I'm trying to save some money on a flight, and I found one that's cheaper than the original. Since flights are easily tracked, location names will be changed to "A" "B" and "C". So here's what im trying to do:
- I'm starting at "A", and the final stop for the airplane is at "C" with a layover at "B".
- I want to get off at "B" and intentionally miss the flight to "C".
So that's my plan, but my concern is that "C" is in another country, so would I have to provide a passport when going from "A" to "B" or would I have to provide a passport when going from "B" to "C"? My hope is that a passport would be needed to go from "B" to "C", because then I wouldn't have to worry about it. Also, I'm flying American Airlines.
Edit: A and B are in the USA, C is in Canada.