Flight Reservation Question?
Going to Vegas for spring break. I can book a flight from Philadelphia which stops in Newark then goes to Vegas. Same trip on the way back - only $274 If I book a direct flight from Newark which is about 25 minutes from my house it's $360. Can I just buy the tickets for the non-direct flight but hop on at Newark? I don't see how the pricing makes sense and I'm not trying to wait 45 minutes on hold with Continental to find out.
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No you can't get on in Newark. If you miss any leg of a connecting flight the airline will cancel all remaining flights including your return flight.
No, if you purchase an itinerary and fail to show for the first or any subsequent legs of travel then the remainder will automatically be canceled by the airline.
No. If you book the connection, as soon as the originating flight departs without you your whole itinerary will be canceled. The pricing makes sense to them, I assure you.