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Going through Customs

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I have a friend who is traveling on Lufthansa from the US, landing in Frankfurt with a one hour layover and an ultimate destination in Salzburg. I thought she would have to go through Customs in Frankfort and therefore, one hour is not sufficient. However, a Lufthansa rep told her she would go through Customs at her ultimate destination and if the server allowed her to book the ticket, it was fine. His info showed you only needed 45 minutes in Frankfurt. The ticket is booked now, so no turning back. Any thoughts?

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