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Missing Connection w/Separate, Non-Refundable Tickets

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So we already purchased 2 separate, non-refundable tickets, one with Czech Airline flying Prague to Frankfurt, the other is KLM flying FRA to Nice (via Amsterdam). The layover time is almost 2.5 hours. Both flights land or take off at same terminal 2.

Before checking into purchasing travel insurance, my question is, what happens if our 1st flight land too late for us to make the connection? Since these are 2 separate tickets and 2 separate airlines, how would KLM treat us? Do we totally lose our ticket? Does KLM have any obligation to put us on the next flight? What's the routine? What is your experience in a situation like this?

Thanks.....

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