So, next month I am going to Burundi, but I have a conference to attend in Halifax, so I decided to book the conference as a stop on the way. Of course, the website booking engine can't handle quite that level of complexity, so I wound up calling Air Canada to book it. No worries. I had to call them to book the simpler YEG-BJM earlier this year. (Though now, inexplicably, the website can manage that itinerary.) So, a simple multicity trip: YEG-YHZ (stop) YHZ-BJM; BJM-YEG. Of course, I had worked out my itinerary in detail, because I knew what the answer woudl be: "There are no flights on that route." Once I told them the flight numbers, they suddenly discovered that there are flights on that route. There were even seats available. Great. How much? $8000+. Of course, earlier this year I booked three people for that price. Now it was just for one. "Well, sir, it seems the YEG-YHZ leg is showing as Latitude and I can't find a lower fare." OK, how much without that leg? $2000+ In other words, $6000 to fly YEG-YHZ. Right. drop that one, book the rest and I'll see what I can do with a one-way on-line. Full-fare J for the YEG-YHZ leg was showing as $1000 plus taxes. There was even a discounted J at $573 plus taxes. (I eventually booked T+ for $400 all in). Which raises the question: where did that $6000 fare come from?