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Connecting Flights in Heathrow

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Hi- It's been over 20 years since I've been to Europe... I am travelling to Heathrow on US Air with a connecting flight to Edinburgh. This flight is also coded as US Air, "operated by British Airways". I am only travelling with carry on, no luggage to pick up. I have an exact 90 minute lay over. My travel agent said this is the minimum legal layover. I have read Heathrow's website, and I will be landing in T 3, flying back out of T 5. does anyone have any tips on how to make this as smooth as possible? Thank you!

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