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TAR 23 Speculation and Discussion **of Spoilers**

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Jimmer:
Flying from Santiago or other locations to Lisbon shouldn't take that long to get in to. They would need to leave the morning of June 14th to get in June 15th. Assuming the second Chile leg is on June 12th they could possibly sandwich a 3rd leg on June 13th and make it the 4th leg, but it's still also possible that it's only the 3rd leg as well.

Brannockdevice:

--- Quote from: Jimmer25 on June 15, 2013, 11:42:49 PM ---Flying from Santiago or other locations to Lisbon shouldn't take that long to get in to. They would need to leave the morning of June 14th to get in June 15th. Assuming the second Chile leg is on June 12th they could possibly sandwich a 3rd leg on June 13th and make it the 4th leg, but it's still also possible that it's only the 3rd leg as well.

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Thanks :)

theschnauzers:
We may have had an extended pit stop to get Phil out of Chile first, whereever the teams went to. The more connecting legs, then more time that will be needed to get from gate to gate in each connecting airport. My guess is that getting from Chile (other than Santiago) to Lisbon would take at least a full day (24 hours disregarding time zones) and possibly more.
They haven't been to Lisbon in a long time. Maybe they'll get to drive diesel again. :)

Air:
Dieselgate the second please <3333333333333

DrRox:
I am not doubting the possibilities of London, Madrid or Paris, but there are multiple connections to Lisbon via Sao Paulo or Rio. Brasil was a colony of Portugal.

The majority of the Brasil to Lisbon flights would be of the overnight, red eye type of flights.

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