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  1. Tuan

    My wife and two adult daughters are going to Vancouver and AA offers a flight from AUS-DFW and DFW-YVR. Unfortunately the best price is AUS-DFW at 5:30am and then DFW-YVR at 5pm. if it was me, I would book that flight, miss the 5am flight and take a later one (AUS-DFW flies every hour). Since they do not have status, is this recommended?

    I am not concerned about availability because there are so many flights AUS-DFW. They would take the 12pm or 1pm flight and would arrive plenty of time.

    Any suggestions or is this too risky?

    Thanks,

  2. Gaurav

    I wouldn’t recommend it. Usually if you miss your first segment your ticket including subsequent flights is canceled.

  3. MidSouthSkier

    [USER=385]@Tuan[/USER], did you try pricing it as two separate tickets just to see what comes of that?

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