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The Minimum Connection Time between flights landing in Terminal 2 (Lufthansa) and flights departing from Terminal 1 (Vueling) is 45 minutes. Thus technically this is a valid connection. However valid connection does not mean that you will make your flight - it just means that the airlines will let you book such a connection when booked on the same ticket. ...


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If you only have one short layover in the Schengen area per journey, you can generally transit without visa. In your case, it will be possible both in Paris and Munich. Filipino citizens don't need visas for airside transit in most Schengen countries, even without US green card. For some reason, the only Schengen country applying restrictions for airside ...


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We already have questions about transfers in Munich, e.g. Is 1½ hours enough for a transit at Munich airport? Your situation is different because you have separate tickets but the answers seem encouraging. It's always risky especially if you have a long-haul flight in the mix and can't count on the airline's assistance. 2 hours is very short in any case ...


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Munchen airport is relatively small and it has no common transfer zone between two terminals. For you it means that you must pass the border during arrival. It will takes a time (it depends of amount of passangers). Say at least 20 minutes on arriving. Don't forget about queues on departure - 10 minutes (it's always full of people). Also since you fly by ...



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