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Several J Class Hops For The Price Of 1?

Wed Sep 12, 2012 12:26 pm

I remembered watching a programme a good number of years (maybe 5-10) ago in the UK where they showed a loop hole (or more like a way to exploit) the routing on a business class flight. I was wondering if anyone knows of this, or indeed if it is something you can still do.

From memory (although I've sure the figures quoted may differ), If you book a full fare J class ticket you can book up to *7* legs within a certain mileage tolerance to get to where you're going.

I remember this as clear as day, but haven't a clue how it would work? - maybe if you keep all within the same alliance, or perhaps it's only something poeple on the 'inside' of the booking systems can do.

Anyone have even the remotest idea what I'm talking about?!?!


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