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Would you rather connect through Frankfurt or Heathrow?

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Would you rather connect through Frankfurt or Heathrow?

I am planning on buying my tickets to Vienna and Budapest in the next couple of weeks. On the return leg, Budapest to Houston, I can either choose:

1- Budapest to Frankfurt ( 2 hr 15 min connection time) to Houston

2-Budapest to Heathrow ( 2 hr connection time) to Houston

Is one of these airports easier to navigate, etc.? I imagine two hours is doable but the minium amount of time needed. There is a route with a connection at Munich but it is only 1 hr 35 minutes; that seems like I'd be cutting it too close

Thanks in advance for any feedback.

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21. Re: Would you rather connect through Frankfurt or Heathrow?

>>>How did MUC get into this equation?<<<

OP - last paragraph.

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22. Re: Would you rather connect through Frankfurt or Heathrow?

"UA has no MUC to Houston service so selecting MUC adds an additional leg to his long day home."

Do please keep up .... announced Nov 19th 2013 ..... commences April 24th 2014.

https://hub.united.com/en-us/news/company-op…

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