One-Way, Multi-Airline and Multi-City Itineraries

Have you been in a position where you need to travel back-to-back to several different cities? Maybe you have a meeting in Chicago and then another meeting in Denver the next day. You're going to want to fly from home to Chicago and then straight to Denver before flying home again.  Instead of purchasing a series of one-way tickets, check out the multi-city itinerary option when you book your trip. Choose this option rather than “round trip” or “one way” when booking. Often, the price is similar to one round-trip ticket (if there is just one additional leg to the journey), and booking is simple.

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Tina Kinsey
Asheville Regional Airport
Dir. of Marketing, PR & Air Service Development