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35-minute connection in IND?

Old Mar 27, 18, 7:50 am
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35-minute connection in IND?

I've never been to this airport. AA is offering to sell me a connecting flight (AS SEA-IND to AA IND-PHL) with a 35-minute connection--presumably a legal MCT, but is it unwise? The second flight would be leaving at 18:03, which I assume is the last flight of the day from IND-PHL.
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Old Mar 29, 18, 2:41 pm
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Originally Posted by travelmad478 View Post
I've never been to this airport. AA is offering to sell me a connecting flight (AS SEA-IND to AA IND-PHL) with a 35-minute connection--presumably a legal MCT, but is it unwise? The second flight would be leaving at 18:03, which I assume is the last flight of the day from IND-PHL.
That is enough time for a connection, the SEA-IND is usually early, and AA and AS share gates at IND so the walk is short.
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Old Mar 29, 18, 4:00 pm
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So long as you understand that a minor delay on the inbound will almost certainly cause a misconnect and an overnight, the ticket is within MCT. As that last flight out to PHL is often overbooked, make sure that you are boarding by T-15.
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