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Flight connection in Brussels: Help!!

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I am flying this summer with connections in Brussels two ways: First, flying Brussels Airlines from Tel Aviv to Brussels, then Brussels to Dublin on Aer Lingus with a 2:05 layover in Brussels. Second, flying Aer Lingus from Dublin to Brussels, then a 1:35 layover in Brussels, followed by a flight on Brussels Airlines (operated by United) from Brussels to Chicago.

Are those long enough layovers in Brussels to totally change airlines with all the hassle that comes with that (security, passport control, baggage, etc.)? The airlines say they are legal in terms of time, but do you think I will be able to make the connections? Any advice is super helpful! Thanks!

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