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British Airways: If I book a return journey with British Airways and miss the first flight, can I still use the return flight?

WizzAir: If I book a return journey with Wizz Air and miss the first flight, can I still take the return flight?

RyanAir: If I book a return journey with Ryanair and miss the first flight, can I still take the return flight?

I'm flying with EasyJet and they didn't answer on Twitter yet: https://twitter.com/stefek99/status/891243760763494403

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  • Have you tried that old fashion method of communicating - calling them? – user13044 Jul 30 '17 at 18:33
  • I did open email, I did proceed to contact page. But that was on mobile and there was no phone number visible... I use telephone too. – Michal Stefanow Jul 30 '17 at 18:56
  • @Tom this is the 21th century, what is this "calling them" you are talking about :P ? Also check twitter.com/littlemxsurly/status/426026660857917440 – chx Jul 31 '17 at 0:10
  • @chx - And that device used to send tweets is called a p h o n e - a device that handles voice calls, voice - a built in human function used for thousands of years to communicate netween two humans. – user13044 Jul 31 '17 at 2:03
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A quick search shows that they have answered to other users on Twitter, and the answer is yes, it's valid:

Question from a user:

Is it still true that if I get to my destination another way (not easyJet) I can still use the return leg of my booking?

Answer from @easyJet:

Yes that's correct, even if you don't use your outbound flight the return is still valid.

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    There had to be one advantage to them pricing every trip in terms of individual segments. – Martin Argerami Jul 30 '17 at 22:40

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