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I would like to travel from A-B and B-C. Booking 2 way tickets is too expensive. Is there another option?

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  • Possible duplicate of What exactly is a open-jaw flight? – Gagravarr Nov 19 '15 at 10:36
  • @Tom No, usually it is A to B and C to B. For instance if you were to buy London-New York-Edinburgh, it is more logical from a revenue analyst's perspective that the fare should be constructed as half of (two UK-USA return fares) rather than one (UK-USA return)+(one USA-UK return). – Calchas Nov 19 '15 at 11:29
  • @Tom Oh sorry, did not see that. You're correct of course. – Calchas Nov 19 '15 at 11:32
  • Yes this is called an open jaw ticket. It is usually priced at the average of the two return fares on A-B and C-B – Calchas Nov 19 '15 at 11:32
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Most websites will let you do multi-city (multi-destination) travel planning. As examples, there is the tab "Multi-destinations" on liligo.fr, or "Multicity" on yatra.com.

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