Austria's Vienna International Airport reckons it has cracked what many travellers would consider Mission Impossible: a 25 minute transfer time between arriving and connecting flights.
That world-beating figure is the least amount of time the airport and its airlines reckon it should take to get from your inbound plane to your outbound one at the new Skylink terminal extension.
It's less than half some larger hubs' minimum times and five minutes under Munich, the previous recordholder.
It's also pretty scary and potentially hairy stuff. Would you be comfortable with a half-hour transit time? It almost begs to be put to the test, and we'll do so should the chance ever arise.
With Lufthansa Group subsidiary airline (and Star Alliance member) Austrian Airlines headquartered in Vienna, the airport is a very useful secondary hub if you're not a fan of the larger European connecting airports like Frankfurt, Paris or London.
The Skylink terminal is used exclusively by Austrian Airlines and Star Alliance partners.
Austrian no longer flies to Australia but the airline and its Star Alliance pals will connect you via several Asian hubs to Austrian's regional network, which is especially strong within the growing markets of eastern Europe.
All in all, it looks like Vienna could be a serious connection competitor to the bigger airports.
In the new Skylink terminal, you'll find double the terminal space, new vertical connections for short transfers, separate areas for Schengen and non-Schengen connections, more security lanes, a focus on better food options, and a new baggage claim plus central arrivals hall.
If you were used to the old Vienna terminal for your business travel connections, the airport authority has put together a handy primer on what's changed.