As a rule of thumb, on domestic routes, you need a minimum of 45 minutes between flights. That's because you don't have to go through security, customs, and immigration. Give yourself even more time if you've checked a bag that needs to be rechecked post-customs.
In most cases, a 30-minute layover for domestic flights and an hour for international flights is considered a minimum, or short, layover.
Flight delays, air traffic jam, overcrowded terminals and many more are common at airports. It's better to have a slightly longer layover than a tight time, like 1.5 hours or so. The average layover time is between 2 and 3 hours.
Mayers recommends two hours as a standard buffer between flights to be safe. This gives you a cushion in case things go wrong during your journey. You'll definitely want at least a two-hour window if you've booked a “hacker fare,” as opposed to flying with the same airline your entire trip.
Originally Answered: Can Albus dumbledore look through the invisibility cloak? No, he cannot because it is a Hallow and no spell can enable someone to see through it, not even Death can see what the cloak conceals.
In consuming his father, Eren took the abilities Grisha had gained from eating the queen, thus becoming the Founding Titan, able to control all Titans with his scream. Now in the Attack on Titan story, Eren is the Founding Titan, and thanks to his sapience he can command legions of Titans.
No. He lost the ability to speak with snakes just after the horcrux inside him was destroyed. It was because of Voldemort's soul that Harry was able to speak and understand it. And just after Voldemort killed( partially ) Harry in the forbidden forest, he was no longer able to understand it .