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I'm flying westward in the morning. I don't think I'll have enough time to pray shacharit before I take off, and don't wish to do so en route. I should land with enough time to pray shacharit before zman kriat shma: is there any problem with my doing so? What would other issues of tefillah be in this case?

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Why do you think it might be a problem? –  Scimonster 50 mins ago
    
I have no clue. –  Noach mi Frankfurt 43 mins ago
    
Do you think the zman will pass in the east but when you land in the west won't have passed, or do you just not have time in the east because of logistics? –  Scimonster 41 mins ago
    
Both. It turned out that I completely missed the zman because I was under the impression that my flight was two hours earlier than it was. I certainly had no time to daven, at least with tallit and tefillin beforehand though. –  Noach mi Frankfurt 19 mins ago

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