From my understanding:
- Take off is in timezone of airport of departure.
- Landing is in timezone of airport of arrival.
I fly from Munich at 21:50, and I arrive in Athens at 01:10.
So, I will land in Athens at 01:10. Correct?
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Flight time between the two cities is approximately 2 hours 25 minutes. If the landing timezone was the same as Munich, it would land at around 00:10.
Since the ETA is 01:10 and we know that the time difference between these 2 places is 1 hour (Munich = UTC+1, Athens = UTC+2), it is safe to say that Yes you will land at 01:10 local time in Athens.
This is generally the practice everywhere. Take-off and landing times are almost always displayed in local timezones at the respective airports. I can't seem to find a counter-example so far.
Yes. The time displayed is always the airport local time.