DC -> STO -> AMS -> DC... Open jaw?

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  1. nonstopski

    nonstopski Silver Member

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    A bit of a rookie here on this:

    I have this flight right now... but that's because I was planning on staying in Amsterdam for a few days. Is it possible for me to make the connection I have on the WAY BACK through Amsterdam a stopover instead of a layover? If so, do I just need to call Delta or KLM? It would be the same price too? I'd like to save the $80 intra-Europe flight I was going to book. [​IMG]
     
  2. nonstopski

    nonstopski Silver Member

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    I originally wrote this and then removed it. But now I realize my question still stands... so just updating the thread!
     
  3. HyacintheR

    HyacintheR New Member

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    You can call the airline or agency where you booked your ticket and ask for the change. They will let you know if it's possible and how much it would cost.
     
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    anileze Gold Member

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    KLM is very prickly about changes into discounted itn. I did DL/KL to Copenhagen couple of years ago. Wanted to do the same - They first said no, then on being told that I was on a DL coded ticket, they asked $200 change fee.
     

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