15 Responses

  1. Hans
    Hans at |

    “Look”? Your images are too little and there is no enlargement if clicked, think about it

  2. Matt
    Matt at |

    What other airlines permit this, Delta for ex. does not allow you to break published routes into multi-city itineraries?

  3. Gardner
    Gardner at |

    Agree with @Hans – I tried to look too!

  4. Gardner
    Gardner at |

    Also, do you have a link to another page where you describe how to “force” a different fare? I’m interested in that.

  5. Becky
    Becky at |

    Have you tried cleverlayover.com? It sorta looks at things creatively for you by breaking trips up into segments.

  6. Robert F
    Robert F at |

    On United.com, did you search for “Multiple Destinations” and then enter Line 1: SAN -> IAH, and Line 2: IAH-> MIA?

  7. SAN Greg
    SAN Greg at |

    Nice tip. Thanks for posting!

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