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one way flight on Royal's air to sea program

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On 1/13/2020 at 9:49 PM, dandylion said:

We are taking a transatlantic that lands in our home part of ny/nj and thus do not require a return flight. Pricing one way is exorbitant so the air/sea people booked us with  RT flights and even these seem high. Isn't this an illegal practice since we are not going to use the second flight?

It’s not illegal, but against some airline policies. You may get banned from a particular airline but very unlikely. Check fine print if you want to be sure.

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