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Booking a multi-leg trip with some business, some economy

Booking a multi-leg trip with some business, some economy

  1. pstm91

    Flying JFK-SVO-KJA (Krasnoyarsk), roundtrip. I would really like to book the JFK-SVO in business, while the rest can be in economy, including both of the legs back to NY. I have booked multi-city trips many times before, but never with the intention of having one segment in a different class and it seems that everywhere only lets you book in one class.

    Is it possible to book it like that in one go, or do I have to book JFK-SVO separately and then book SVO-KJA, KJA-SVO-JFK? The issue with booking that one leg separately is we will have bags that need to be moved to our next flight to KJA automatically. (sorry if this is a bit confusing…)

  2. David W

    Is there a reason you’d want to book this way?

    Also, if you were on separate tickets but the same airline, they can check your bag all the way thru.

  3. Anonymous

    For a revenue ticket, a travel agent (or online travel agency) should be able to book this for you. For award tickets, this is easy!

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