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I am someone who books a flight at very short notice because every flight I book is seldom booked more than 1 weeks in advanced. I book it so many hours just a few before the flight. So, if I knew what date I wanted to go, I would book it if the rate was low.
I almost always use orbit to book a flight, for example. So, if I book it, I could always politely call it off until next overnight and there's no fee at all. So if the next morning the fares are similar and I am sure that I will go that way, I will keep my flight tickets and then go.
However, most of the times I usually modify it etc etc and this is within a weeks of flying because I don't usually have an accurate date I need to go on flight, its usually between anything this weekend or so. Do I want to know if it is permitted to book 2 different departures on the same flight date, provided I am not sure which one I want to travel on by noon?
This is because both those flights are low priced and either of those 2 flights both would be nice, but I would like to book it now as the fare for both is low. iPhoto is a bookmark. I am reading about this in a thread on line and folks say this is not good because it is greedy because you are quite exactly stopping others from making a reservation if you do this.
But if you book it now, then you want that flight the next morning, it could be 600 or 700 and so on. Are there any problems to book 2 different flight types? I' m also assuming you can't book 2 of the same flight on the same carrier on the same day, right?
I' ve been told that someone is listed in a threads, the system will note it and void both flight. However, if you book 2 different planes on the same flight on the same date, let's say a flight of the US carriers in the mornings and a flight of Deltas in the afternoons, would there be a problem with that? Not since his two different businesses, I suppose?
Guess if someone wants to do this, they can't book both tickets on Orbit, can they? So either both through US and delta or one through orbit and one through deltas booking? For example a tickets to your venue for Monday with united and one with delta on Dienstag.
However, if they say with, unite in one place for Mondays and Tuesdays booking, that would certainly be a problem, right? All the point is that someone sees that the rate is low so he wants to book it now and then needs one tag to determine which of the precise days he would like to be flying etc.