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    Anonymous
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    Janbeegee
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    I remember reading a Forum debate some time ago but since then I’ve failed to find it. We want 2 business class single fares to Vancouver next year and the fares are just criminal – remind me, what is the justification for charging us for the return seats we will not use and is there anything at all we can do to avoid/circumvent the ‘rules’. All advice gratefully received.
    Janbeegee

    #467911

    craigwatson
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    not really any way around it, airlines HATE one ways. in some cases a one way is more expensive than a return (at least on long haul international flights). i work around would be to cruise from UK to New York on Cunard and the fly NYC to YVR

    #467912

    Bucksnet
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    This was the topic you were looking for: –

    http://www.businesstraveller.com/discussion/topic/Pricing-of-single-air-tickets

    If the return is cheaper than the one way, then simply buy it to save money, and don’t use the return.

    #467913

    LuganoPirate
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    Miles and more allow one way flights for 50% of the miles. They also allow companion ticket for 50% though not sure if this is allowed for single tickets. So if you have the miles and the status, maybe this is the solution.

    #467914

    LondonCity
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    Janbeegee – are you departing London ?

    If so you might find a better value one-way price by opting for an indirect routing rather than a non-stop service with BA/AC.

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