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I'm flying from Croatia to Poland via Stuttgart. Will I need to go through immigration in Stuttgart?

I have a 1-hour layover; is that a sufficient amount of time?

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    Yes, immigration will be in Stuttgart. Regarding the amount of time, it depends on whether this is a single reservation with connecting flights, or two entirely separate flights. Which is it?
    – phoog
    Apr 8, 2019 at 16:52
  • It a single reservation with connecting flights.... Apr 8, 2019 at 17:18

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Yes immigration will be in Stuttgart.

I've never flown through Stuttgart, but I've made connections in larger Schengen-area airports (Munich, Frankfurt, Vienna, Athens) with a similar amount of time, and sometimes even less. I wouldn't worry too much about making the connection.

In any event, if you miss the connection, the airline will accommodate you on another flight.

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