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We are hoping to fly via Dublin to Boston & wondered if anyone had experience of doing a connecting flight. We arrive Dublin at 11.40am, flight to Boston departs 2.15pm is 1hr 25mins enough time to clear immigration? Have contacted Aer Lingus who say as our luggage will be going straight through to Boston, we should be ok providing we don't linger.
Have checked flight times for other departure points & nearest flight to ours leaves about 1 hr before so our flight should be the only one clearing immigration after 1pm.
Thanks
Rettie

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