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CLT connection to LHR

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I've never been to CLT, so I'd like to ask if regular users of CLT think a 65 minutes connection time is doable for flight arriving from MSY (New Orleans) and departing CLT to LHR (London Heathrow) on a Saturday or Sunday evening. Is it correct that I wouldn't have to clear security as there's only one terminal?

I've never booked with that tight of a connection, but this flight on USAirways would save me at least $200 so I'm very tempted. Also all other departure and arrival times on this flight are attractive on top of the price differential.

Is this "Connection Suicide" just waiting to happen? Thanks in advance for replies.

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