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Eurowings & Cologne Airpot

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There are 2 of us and our goal is to get from Berlin to Barcelona on the 17th of October. Found a flight on Eurowings that has a 1 hour layover in Cologne. I've read the good, the bad, and the ugly on Eurowings. I'm not anticipating much and it is merely a means of getting from one place to the other. However, I'm concerned about the 1 hour layover and with checked luggage. Safe to book or pay the extra $50 usd for a direct flight? Cologne airport doesn't seem that large, but...

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