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Person a starts in A and is going to meet person b in C. Person b starts in B, meeting up with person a in C.

Is there a service that can find such two flights without too wait time in C?

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    This Telegram bot does what you're looking for. Full disclosure: I am one of the developers and would appreciate feedback. – 0x60 May 7 '18 at 20:13
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Google Flights allow one to specify several departure and/or arrival airports, separated by commas. E.g., if I enter "CDG, JFK" in the departure field and "NRT" in the destination field, the results will show both CDG-NRT and JFK-NRT itineraries. From there it should not be too difficult to find two trips whose arrival times are close.

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I don't believe that there is such a service, but there is an indirect way of accomplishing the same thing.

You can search for flights on various websites (Google, Expedia, etc.) and then search by arrival time. Run the two searches in separate browser windows or tabs, so that you can display them simultaneously or easily switch between them. Simply search through the arrival times by starting with a convenient time of day and then seeing if there are flights in both windows with similar arrival times.

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    I agree. You may want to use separate browsers altogether because otherwise your search cookies may get mangled up – David Brossard May 7 '18 at 20:05
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    My boyfriend and I manage from different computers, different search engines and browsers, in different countries. You know the location you want to fly to, you know the date you want to fly, just check out the flights on the companies you like. We usually manage to arrive within a few hours from each other and the best was 5 minutes between arrivals and same time planned departure. – Willeke May 8 '18 at 14:59

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