I have a question for those are familair with airtravel on the other side of the pond.
In the USA most one-way tickets are subject to the "SSSS-check" at security. I understand that this is changing though, and soon it won't be criteria for heightened scrutiny at the security checkpoint.
Is it the same for flights in Europe? I'll be traveling throughout the continenet in November, and rather than booking a bunch of roundtrips, I thought it would be much easier to just book one-ways. However, as I'm on a tight schedule I don't want to have to be concerned about potential lengthy delays because of a more intense security check each time a have to board a plane.
Routing would be FRA-MUC-NCE-MAD-LIS-FRA