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  1. Anonymous

    Hi,

    If I want to travel from a small city in USA to another small city in India, how can I book through airlines because separate airlines are involved in local travel of each country and if I book with the airlines separately then I will have to pay baggage fees for local travel to one of the airlines. What should I do to save that and to book directly with airlines so that in case of changes/ cancellation I can deal with airlines directly. Thanks!

  2. David W

    Airlines have partnerships, join alliances or both, which enable you go purchases ticket from one small city to another, sometimes involving travel on multiple airlines on one ticket. In this case, you may not have bag fees as you are part a larger international itinerary though policies can vary.

    Try searching on Google flights. It’ll tell you which airline sells tickets between your two cities

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