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What you need to do is book a MAN-BOS return ticket for your partner and a BOS-MAN return ticket for yourself. The price should be similar. Yes you won't fly the MAN-BOS part but oh well. Unlike hidden city ticketing which someone else suggested and is doable only without checked in luggage, there's not much problems with this. I see the flight you mention ...


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You may actually have to consult a travel agent for this. They have access to stuff "behind the scenes" that non-travel agents do not. While I've not been in this particular situation before, I've had other situations where I could see the flights, see the schedules, see the fares, but could not actually book it myself because they were all part of ...


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There is no way to guarantee absolute success, but many people find an alternative using the "skipped lag" strategy. This means you can try to book a flight to some random destination VIA Manchester. When the flight arrives in Manchester, you get off and forfeit the remainder of your journey whilst simultaneously enjoying a cheaper fare. These bargains ...


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No, there's no "universal" policy restricting border crossings through Canada. U-Haul will rent you a truck to drive from Anchorage to Seattle, you can book a truck online at uhaul.com, thought it might be very expensive ($1700 US). And according to these guys (at least a few years ago) Avis would "occasionally do one-ways south at the end of the season, ...



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