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Customs/Immigration from Oslo to Chicago via Stockholm

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I'm traveling from Oslo Gardermoen to Chicago O'Hare in early September, with a connection through Stockholm Arlanda, all on a single SAS itinerary. Unfortunately, the only available connections are pretty tight - about 1 hour, 40 minutes between my arrival at Arlanda and my departure for O'Hare.

What should I expect for the connection in Stockholm? Will I be able to check luggage and clear outbound customs and immigration in Oslo, and simply connect in Stockholm as I would any normal flight? Or will I need to retrieve luggage at Arlanda, and re-clear security to begin the "international" leg of my trip? I'm afraid my connection might be pushing it if I need to re-clear security, depending on how busy the airport is that day. I'm hoping given that these are major airports and a single airline itinerary, that I'll be able to "connect normally", especially given that there are no direct Chicago flights from Gardermoen...but it never hurts to ask, as maybe I should modify my itinerary so I don't "plan to miss a connection."

Thanks in advance!
Andrew

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