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1. Posted by grant123 (Full Member 38 posts) 11y

I was just talking to my buddy who flew to London with a one-way ticket about a year or so ago and he said they took him into a room and grilled him because of it. I plan to touch down somewhere in Europe with a one-way ticket. Does anyone know what the deal is with this?

- Grant

2. Posted by laxstud215 (Budding Member 14 posts) 11y

Hey Grant,

I was gonna do that same thing, that way i dont have to travel all the way back to paris from rome. I figured I could get a one way to paris from NY and a one way from rome to NY.

-Joe

3. Posted by Travel100 (Travel Guru 1556 posts) 11y

Quoting laxstud215

Hey Grant,

I was gonna do that same thing, that way i dont have to travel all the way back to paris from rome. I figured I could get a one way to paris from NY and a one way from rome to NY.

-Joe

I you get the NY-Paris and Rome-NY ahead of time, that's not considered a 1-way ticket but an "open-jaw" ticket. It should be cheaper than buying 2 one-way's seperately and you won't have any problems that people sometimes face with the 1-way.

I travel with "open-jaw" tickets more often than not, as I don't like to back track.

4. Posted by grant123 (Full Member 38 posts) 11y

What are the one way problems like?

- Grant