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How long should I allow between flights at Ataturk

We are visiting Turkey and Greece IN September/October.
We fly into Ataturk airport first - due to arrive at 13.15 from Abu Dhabi.
We want to fly on to Athens the same day and the choices are flights at 16.00, 19.25 and 21.20 (the one in the middle being on Turkish Airlines and therefore the most expensive by far).
How long do we need to allow? We wouldn't be getting a Turkish visa at this stage (returning later but can get it then). Is 2 3/4 hours too tight?

We come in on Etihad (Australia to Istanbul) and would fly on with Olympic, Aegean or Turkish airlines. Would we be able to send our bags all the way to Athens or would we have to pick them up in Istanbul?

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