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Oneworld RTW rules question

Oneworld RTW rules question

  1. Anonymous

    hi there

    i’m booking a RTW ticket and have maxed out the number of stopovers I’m allowed in one region. In this example, I’m flying BLR-HKG-SIN but have maxed out my stopovers in Asia.

    I really want to do a stopover in HKG, so what I’m thinking is no-showing for my HKG-SIN flight and simply paying whatever the penalty is for the no show to reschedule the HKG-SIN leg for another day, thereby “buying” an additional stopover. does this make sense?

  2. David W

    Well if youre booking it as a single ticket, after you no-show for the HKG-SIN, every following segment is cancelled….

    Can you extend one of your stopovers and buy a separate round trip ticket to HKG? Or skip a stop and change it it to HKG since you really want to stop there.

  3. David W

    Also, paid oneworld RTW tickets get pretty expensive. Have you checked prices for each segment and comparing?

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