Some round-trips consist of two single tickets. This allows you as a customer to get the lowest possible price for your trip. If you have two single tickets, your booking will show these trips marked as “One-way combination.”
You can usually travel normally using these tickets. However, if there are any changes to one or both of the tickets, it’s good to keep the following in mind:
- Even if the stages are booked together, they’re treated individually. This means that each stage of your trip is handled separately in the event of cancellations, alterations, traffic disruption such as strikes, and timetable changes. Each airline's own policies will apply.
- If one of your flights is changed or canceled, it won’t affect the other flight. But the regulations and limitations to your options for changing or canceling your reservation still apply to the other flight.
- If you want to cancel the whole trip, you have to cancel both tickets individually.
- There may be different policies for baggage, so check the website of each of the airlines.