Old Jun 1, 18, 10:59 am
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Originally Posted by potm View Post
Sometimes it can be an advantage to have it in one booking such as only paying one fee to make changes or cancel both outbound and inbound journeys.

I agree with you though and would be separately in most cases.
In this particular case, booking 2 one-ways also enables 2 one-shot changes versus only one shot if booked as R/T.

Note the alleged travel time frame is many months away, pretty speculative bookings the way I see it.

Bottom line, people should not make speculative bookings because of the 60 days rule. Enough abuse of such is probably part of the reasons AS takes it away and only preserve this for their top elites.
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