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The airlines will not care. The officials in the country of arrival, however, may. I have done this twice going to Europe. When you enter, the officials want to know how long you will be "in [their country]". Answer truthfully, which in your case must be a few weeks or so. The only time I had trouble was when, cycling to Canada, I said "I don't know how ...
When entering the Schengen area as a non-EEA citizen, you do not need proof of onward travel, but proof of "means of subsistence ... for the return to your country of origin or transit to a third country into which you are certain to be admitted" (Schengen Borders Code, Article 5). An onward or return ticket would of course also fulfill this requirement, but ...
Arriving in a country for a "visit" without a return (or ongoing) ticket usually raises the suspicion of the immigration officers. They may think that you are not actually intending to leave. The airlines are responsible for your return transport if you are refused entry into a country, so the airline has interest in avoiding you getting refused entry at the ...
Just to report - American Connection/Chautauqua Airlines does indeed allow personal electronic device usage from gate-to-gate. Thanks to everyone else for chiming in!
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