We all know how ridiculous airlines prices are. A flight from “A” to “B” could be more expensive than a flight from “A” to “B” to “C” and back. I have no idea why this is happening. It is what it is I guess.
Question: I am a U.S. citizen. Based on the covid restrictions I’m allowed to visit country “A”, but not allowed to visit country “B”. I need to travel to country “A” (and I don’t care about “B”). I only need a One way flight to A.
- Option 1. Flight “USA to A”. Price: $1,000.
- Option 2. Flight “USA to A to B”. Price: $800. I have no idea why. The final destination is “B”, which I’m not allowed to visit (and I don’t care about B, since I need to go to A).
Is it ok for me to buy Option 2 Ticket, and stay in “A”? Or it is forbidden? Also, is the airline company going to let me board such a flight… after all the final destination of this flight is B. I want buy this flight with an intention to stay in A, and not go to B. Is this ok?