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IST plane transfer - cutting it too close?

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I can use advice about the Ataturk airport:

I am flying to CDG from Izmir at the end of April. I currently have a Turkish Airlines ticket for a flight that arrives into IST at 1:05 pm. I also have a ticket on Air France for a flight the next day to CDG.

Due to small change in plans, I need to change that Air France ticket to the day I depart from Izmir. The options on AF are only 3:30pm and 6:45pm departures. I prefer the 3:30 one, but am wondering if the connection time is too tight (different airlines, terminals, etc.)

Do you think the 3:30 pm Air France flight is too risky? Should I go with the 5.5 hour layover and take the 6:45 pm flight? I will only have a carry-on bag - nothing checked. (I can not move my TA flight to earlier in the day due to huge price difference.)

Thank you for your help.
Margie

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