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We live in a city that doesn't have international routes, so we know we'll have to connect in another US city such as Chicago, Neward, NY, Atlanta, or Boston. The connecting city won't really matter.

It does matter in terms of airline you're flying, possible/likely air traffic control delays (i.e. Newark), and weather (Chicago/Atlanta). The last thing you want to do is book a connection and end up stuck because of delays.

We can get to any of those connecting cities equally as easy, so it doesn't matter in that regard. Of course, though, each connecting city carries its own set of issues, but they equal out, in general.

I'd rather not connect in NY, but if that connection is what fit best with the rest of the itinerary then we'd do it.
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