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Flying out with one airline and back with another

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falsemessageoflethargy Tue 04-Jan-11 14:26:57

Is this as easy as it seems for cost purposes - the difference between a return with one airline and splitting it is 500quid.

I am a bit worried that the return leg is quoted in euros - will they still sell it to us even though we are in the UK?

Sorry for very dim questions - am aware this is probably completely normal.

falsemessageoflethargy Tue 04-Jan-11 15:28:30

bump

gregssausageroll Tue 04-Jan-11 15:44:09

Yes, they should do. I've flown in and out on different airlines before with no problems.

falsemessageoflethargy Tue 04-Jan-11 16:30:42

Thanks - I know it seems daft but was worried you would need a european address etc.

LIZS Tue 04-Jan-11 16:32:57

Be aware though that if the outward leg is delayed or cancelled you may not have the same rights to cancel the second as easily as you would if they were part of the same booking.

falsemessageoflethargy Tue 04-Jan-11 16:46:23

Yes I see what you mean LIZS

Nefret Wed 05-Jan-11 11:19:14

I have travelled with two different airlines before and have never had a problem.

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