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Our first overseas flight but scared - please help!

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Hi, my sister and me are flying from Toronto to Tokyo for our first time overseas. We're really excited... BUT... the airline just changed our flight a bit.

Originally, we left Toronto at 9:15 and changed in Chicago, with a 2 and a half hour layover before boarding our flight to japan at 12:35pm.

But now they changed it so we don't leave until 11:20am and we have exactly 30 minutes to make our connection.

I'm really worried, because if we are late or get stuck in security (do we have to go through security again at Chicago?) we'll miss our flight to Japan and possibly lose all our money?!?! because the flight is all booked at once, on one ticket, BUT it's American Airlines to Chicago and then Japan Airlines to Tokyo. So one airline might not care that another one was late.

Should I be worried? And is there anything I can do?

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