is it possible to abandon a 2 stop flight half way through?

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is it possible to abandon a 2 stop flight half way through?

Postby ferrencebeeb » Wed 02 Aug 2006 09:32


I'm trying to go from hanoi to shanghai on the 20th of August. I'm using and I've found that Hanoi to Nanning is 90 quid then Nanning to Shanghai is 134 quid.

The hanoi - nanning flight stops in guanzhou, so I checjed guanzhou to shangahi and it's 100 quid. So then I tried hanoi to guanzhou and it's 172 quid! even when the hanoi - nanning flight is 90 quid and stops in guanzhou.

Is it possible to get the hanoi to nanning flight and just abandon it in guanzhou?


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Postby Luckycat » Tue 15 Aug 2006 15:06

I think it's possible. Why don't you contact the travel agency? Or the flight company?

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Postby tonyspencer » Sat 19 Aug 2006 00:43

Depends if they let people off, or it's just a refuel.

And of course, you have to make sure your baggage is unloaded too...
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Postby ruggie » Fri 29 Sep 2006 20:12

Tony's right. The only kind of flight which, in principle, you could jump off part-way through is one with a stopover or a change to an internal feeder flight.
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is it possible to abandon a 2 stop flight half way through

Postby ShirleySpace » Fri 21 Apr 2017 15:15

Have they given a reason and more importantly, have they given you an alternative or do you have to find that yourself?

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Re: is it possible to abandon a 2 stop flight half way throu

Postby FOXGLOVE » Sun 30 Apr 2017 10:51

The post you are referring to is from 2006!
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