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one way US stopover from Europe?

one way US stopover from Europe?

  1. Anonymous

    I’m planning a trip for this summer that will likely be in a premium class. Ideally, I would fly FRA – BOS (say, Lufthansa First), have a couple days stopover, and then continue BOS – SFO (United any class) all on the same ticket, charged at the rate of FRA – SFO rather than two trips. As far as I can tell, this isn’t possible. Am I missing something? Any advice?

  2. rickyw

    I don’t believe United allows stopovers on a one-way itinerary. So, that’s probably the hold up.

  3. Cal

    Aeroplan would allow this but the fuel surcharge would probably be outrageous…

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