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We are looking at flights for an October trip to the Czech Republic,Austria and Germany. We are thinking of flying out of Newark instead of JFK to Prague (Lufthansa), but the connection in Dusseldorf is only an hour. I am thinking that there is no way we can clear German customs and make that connection, even though flights from the NY airports always have an extra hour built into the flight time for ground delays. Our other option is out of JFK with a 3 hour connection in FRA, which I have heard is a nightmare airport.
Any insight on either airport would be helpful. Thanks.

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