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The only potential problem is that you may be asked to show a return ticket (or evidence of an e-ticket, I suppose) in order to enter the US, as evidence of your intention to leave. In practice, I have never seen or heard of anyone being required to show that. If it should happen to you, the border guard would not care whether the return ticket is a ...


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If you contact BA to cancel ths Newcastle leg, they will reprice the ticket out of London at the fare that is avaiable that day, which likely will be higher, plus a change fee. If you skip the first flight without notifying them, then all subsequent flights will be cancelled. If the fare is that much better, why not take the train to Newcastle and fly from ...


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Your first obstacle with a far future return date will be the airline having to make sure your visa/wiaver status allows you to stay that long in the USA. Airlines are mandated to check that aspect and required to deny boarding if you don't qualify. Why not cancel the one way return ticket and apply its value towards your next trip and simply buy the ...


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Yes, there's nothing stopping you. From my understanding of the question, you have a need for: flight to the US (A) flight back (B) - already booked and are considering (C) another flight back to be combined with A to make a return ticket, which you'll use at a later date. All your tickets are just that - tickets for flights on day X, Y or Z. If you ...



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