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Will it work flying with two different airlines?

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GoodtoBetter Fri 02-Jan-15 16:20:18

I'm looking at European shorthaul flights. Would this work?

Fly out with aerlingus and fly back with ryanair.

Ryanair flies from my local airport to where I want to go, but not on Wednesdays (only Tuesdays and Saturdays). So I was thinking of going to a further away airport on Wednesday to fly out with aerlingus but then fly back again into my local airport with ryanair.

Will that work, to book 2 one ways?

Hope that's not a stupid question.

PossumPoo Fri 02-Jan-15 16:38:51

Yes it's fine to do that. It never used to be financially viable to do it this way but DH does it a lot for short haul these days and has no problem.

GirlsonFilm Fri 02-Jan-15 17:05:35

Yes we've done it flyby one way and easyjet back. It was fine.

Nevercan Fri 02-Jan-15 19:28:01

It works fine just don't park your car at one and come back to another lol.

TheOneWiththeNicestSmile Sun 04-Jan-15 21:27:30

Very good point about the parking grin

ZuleikaJambiere Sun 04-Jan-15 21:29:31

I did it this year, although into and out of the same airport. Check luggage allowance, you don't want to have to pay a fortune to excess baggage on the way back because the allowance is less

Ruthiebabes Sun 04-Jan-15 21:34:55

I've done that this year.. Outbound Monarch, inbound Ryanair

TheOneWiththeNicestSmile Mon 05-Jan-15 00:04:27

We've done it with Monarch & easyjet in the last year or so.

Your return flight will be priced in euros which is a bit confusing.

AvonCallingBarksdale Tue 06-Jan-15 18:16:16

We did it last summer - out with Sleazyjet, back with Moanarch. Both were fine. Makes sense these days.

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