Flying on Separate Tickets? Here’s When You’re Protected if Flights Go Wrong

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    It's usually risky to fly one itinerary on separate tickets. That's because when you're on one ticket, if you face a flight delay or cancellation the airline responsible for the irregularity has to get you to your final destination. But if you're on separate tickets they usually don't -- they just have to get you as far as the end of the ticket you're flying them on. Nonetheless, it's sometimes necessary to book separate tickets: Continue reading Flying on Separate Tickets? Here’s When You’re Protected if Flights Go Wrong...

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