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Since pilots can and do change routes all the time (based among other things on the weather and instructions from traffic control), it's impossible to know long in advance. Airlines also evaluate risks themselves and make changes accordingly. What you could do is use some tracking system like FlightAware to see what route a given flight has been using in ...


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The closest I have seen to what you are looking for is through Kayak. Based on certain criteria that it determines, tickets with multiple legs can have different booking classes. For instance, the below Delta flight YOW-LHR-YOW has a total of 4 legs each of which can be booked in either Economy or Business. The Details tab You then move to the Fares tab ...


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Y is the universal designator for economy, the other fare classes tend to be discounted fares within economy. Without seeing the full copy it could be that you booked a ticket in H class which is in the economy cabin (Y). Somewhere within your booking record there should be a "fare basis" listed, usually starting with a letter followed by 4 to 7 more ...


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You've basically got three options in terms of ticketing it: Multi-city trip - A single ticket for UK to Washington, Washington to SF, SF back to the UK Open-Jaw + Single - One ticket for UK to Washington, back from SF to the UK (the "open jaw"), plus a single ticket from Washington to SF Two returns - A return ticket from the UK to Washington, then ...


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You could also check Cityjet. They used to be an air france, but changed owners recently. Furthermore, do check all, because depending on dates you want to fly all might be the cheapest. Personally, I avoid Ryanair, just to avoid the hazzle, but if you are strictly abiding to their rules, and buy checked luggage ahead of time, they might be the cheapest


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You're probably overthinking this, as the actual price will depend more on the route, the time, etc. than the airline. It's probably best to just check the price for your specific journey and book the cheapest tickets you can find. If you don't mind a longer travel, you could also use some search engine that will consider many airlines and indirect routes. ...


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This is absolutely doable. Ideally, check the bags through. Even if you have to get your bags, there are left luggage facility in each terminal, where you can leave your bags for the day for a few quid (under $10) each. There are many ways to get from Heathrow into London - depending where in London you need to get to. Search this site - there are plenty ...


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Because you have to claim and recheck bags when transiting through the USA, you could add your second checked bag at that point. Delta has a baggage counter after you clear immigration and customs in Atlanta. Just tell them you are tired of carrying your "carry on" bag and want to check it through. Likewise if you are planning on picking up more stuff in ...


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I flew with Germanwings last year and checked in at the airport on both legs. No extra charge.


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The FAQ has a whole section on regular (non-web) check-in and mentions “check-in desk” without hinting at extra costs so it seems pretty safe to conclude that checking in at the airport is possible (I have not done it myself). Also, Can I choose my seat when I check in? implies that choosing a seat should not cost you anything: You can check in and ...



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