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Layover information

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I am looking into a flight from lax to bwi on united airlines with a layover in Phoenix sky harbor international. The layover is only 30 mins
My question is, is a 30 min time frame reasonable?

I've only ever flown direct with 1 exception and I thought I was staying on the same plane but found out I not only was on a different plane but my gate was at the complete opposite side of the airport. I thought my legs were going to fall off by the time I got to my gate. I can not recall if the airline changerd on that second flight though.

So basically I'm wondering if with such a small window for the layover and staying on the same air carrier, would that mean my gate would likely be near by? It seems a silly question to ask but Id rather prefer to avoid dashing across an airport again

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