what airlines can do more destinations?

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what airlines can do more destinations?

Post by cupcake_love » Fri Jan 15, 2010 11:38

the subject as too short for me to type in the whole thing, but anyway, what i'm wondering is what airlines we're you can choose several destinations for the same trip?

(for instance flying from london-new york, new york-chicago, chicago-miami and then back to london)
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Re: what airlines can do more destinations?

Post by plath » Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:07

This question doesn't make a lot of sense to me. Do you mean what airlines let you buy a ticket with several stop-overs? Or what airlines go to more places? or...? It also depends on where you want to go. Hmm...all airlines (except low-cost because they don't allow any stopover or connection) would let you buy something like London-NY-Miami-etc. As long as they fly there, and even if they don't, they usually have code-shared flights anyway so you could buy it all together.
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Re: what airlines can do more destinations?

Post by cupcake_love » Fri Jan 15, 2010 12:54

yes, it was not the best description. sorry about that. several stop-overs is what i mean anyway.

i only actually found three that does that, which is british airways, us airways and air france, but they don't have all my destinations. problem is i'm not entirely sure what these are yet. hmm...
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Re: what airlines can do more destinations?

Post by mkgleeds » Fri Jan 15, 2010 20:06

cupcake_love wrote:yes, it was not the best description. sorry about that. several stop-overs is what i mean anyway.

i only actually found three that does that, which is british airways, us airways and air france, but they don't have all my destinations. problem is i'm not entirely sure what these are yet. hmm...
Try the multi-trip option on http://www.opodo.co.uk/ then you dont necessarily have to stick with the same airline.

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