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I'll be flying from los angeles to minneapolis, and I'm considering taking Southwest Airline. While I was checking out flight options, some of them stated that there will be 1 stop with plane change. How will that impact me during transit? What will happen to my checked in baggage? If the first leg of my flight got delayed, will there be a possibility that I might miss the second leg of my flight? It all sounds so risky to me, and yet its tempting to book this kind of flight as they are really cheap.

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