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Is that possible to interline baggage for 3 separate tickets?

Is that possible to interline baggage for 3 separate tickets?

  1. Anonymous

    I am looking London-HK flight via S7 airline.
    S7 does not have single ticket option but can be separated into 3 parts.

    LHR-MUC-DME
    DME-OVB-IKT
    IKT-VVO-HKG

    All flight are operated by S7 except LHR-MUC (Codeshared with BA)
    If all 3 tickets are purchased from S7 official website, is that possible interline baggage to HK directly?

  2. Gaurav

    Should technically be possible but YMMV depending on the agent at the counter. Is there a reason you’d like to fly this particular routing?

  3. David W

    That is a really creative routing..any particular reason why?

    If most segments are all on S7, I dont see why bags cant be checked thru. However, If I was in your shoes, I’d [I]want[/I] to recheck my bag for each separate ticket so I know it’s not getting lost. That many segments might make it real easy.

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