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What matters most is the UK custom. If you have what you need to comply with what they require, then there is no reason why the airline will not let you on board. What you typically need is a proof of leaving the country. It does not mean that you go back where you came from. What it means is that you have booked a plane, train, boat or bus ticket to get ...
In my experience, airlines typically do not require a return flight for any long-term visa (where "long term" is a year or more). I recently found it impossible to book (on Air New Zealand) a round-trip flight for somebody with a return date more than one year after departure. The airline will expect you to purchase a separate return flight.
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