My flights not until February, so this could very well end up changing between now and then, especially as it's already changed once since I've booked it. I had longer layovers originally, but then the flight schedule changed, and my layovers got shorter as a result.
Albany to Dulles - 1 hour and 36 minute layover. I've never been to Dulles Airport, so I'm slightly nervous about this one. It seems like a really short layover. Flying United for this one.
Dulles to Vienna - 1 hour and 15 minute layover. Also very nervous about this one, but I've been told that it's easily doable. We'll see. This flight will be with Austrian Airlines.
From Vienna, I'm going to Prague, which is my final destination.
For the flight home, I fly from Prague to Brussels, for an hour and 45 minute layover, before heading back to the US.
I'm one of those people who like to have long layovers just so I don't have to rush, so I'm panicky about all of these short ones. Obviously, no one here can tell me "it'll be fine, don't worry," because flight delays happen, especially when flying in the wintertime, but maybe someone can offer some thoughts or some tips?
Thanks in advance!Edited: 19 November 2017, 14:07