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I'd like to fly from Israel to Australia and to have the possibility of returning more than a year after the outgoing flight. So far the flight conditions I have checked only allow up to a year difference between the outgoing and the return flight, and even if I change the date of the return flight, I can only do this to a date which is up to a year after the outgoing flight.

Is there a way to do this without paying for two one-way flights?

The reason is that one-way flights tend to be around the same price as two-way flights and I will end up paying much more if I book two one-way flights.

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  • I think it's not possible. – Nean Der Thal Dec 19 '15 at 15:30
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    Have you actually looked at prices? Maybe it's just me, but I find more and more cheap one-ways recently. – fkraiem Dec 19 '15 at 15:31
  • It does not seem like a duplicate to me. I am asking about returning after more than a year abroad. I am also open here to the possibility of rebooking the return flight at some point. – fiftyeight Dec 19 '15 at 16:56
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