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Munich airport-- guidance on short flight connection Luftansa

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I'm planning an itinerary whereby one of the parties is flying from within Europe on Luftansa from Luxembourg with only 40 minutes connection time to the next flight to Split, Croatia. As I have never traveled through the Munich airport, it just does not seem realistic. This is also for an older person who is fit, but this could cause stress. I don't know how large the Munich airport is, and also how Luftansa operates in terms of delaying departure for one person coming from a tight connection?

Any guidance would be appreciated!

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