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Leg skip affecting return trip?

Leg skip affecting return trip?

Old Mar 21, 22, 11:02 am
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Leg skip affecting return trip?

I'm planning a trip from SFO to Stockholm ARN via Copenhagen. I realized that on the way in it may be simpler just to take train directly from Copenhagen to my destination in southern Sweden versus flying up to Stockholm first. But I still want to return from Stockholm.

If I just skip the Copenhagen-Stockholm flight would this cause any issues for my return trip? Any other thoughts?
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Old Mar 21, 22, 11:27 am
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Simple answer is yes. Do not risk it.
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Old Mar 21, 22, 11:32 am
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Assuming this is a SAS roundtrip ticket, you cannot skip any legs and use the flights out of sequence as a general rule of thumb. If you skip a leg the rest of the itinerary will be canceled.
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Old Mar 21, 22, 11:58 am
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Yes SAS. Thanks for quick replies.
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Old Mar 23, 22, 5:55 pm
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You can do anything you want. As long as you get the airlines approval in advance. (You wil probably have to give them a plausible reason though)
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Old Mar 23, 22, 7:59 pm
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You can do anything you want. As long as you get the airlines approval in advance. (You wil probably have to give them a plausible reason though)
.....and money to change the ticket.
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