Old Aug 6, 04, 10:47 am
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hillrider
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Originally Posted by Napa
Hmm. Maybe so. I guess it's too iffy since I don't know the details of the interactions between the two airlines.
Theoretically when the second airline cancels the segment for no show it will send the cancellation message to the originating GDS, Sabre, who will then apply its own logic to the rest of the itinerary (i.e. cancel it).

Having said that, JL has its own reservation system called AXXIS, but Sabre is really tightly integrated with it as it's the only shareholder besides JL (with a 25% investment) and provides services such as fare pricing, and all the hotel and car reservation functions to it.

Basically what you're asking is if you'd get caught in violating the fare rules. Most likely you will. Try to see how much it will take you to change the ticket within the rules.
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