Open-Jaw Flights On United Airlines

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Greedyfly | 11:24 Mon 04th May 2015 | Travel
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Hello AB'ers

I am hoping one of you will be able to advise me on Open Jaw flight rules. I have found a bargain flight which goes from Oslo to London then onto New York all in the same day. Now I live in the UK so could I buy this ticket and just board in London and miss out the Oslo stop altogether therefore cutting down travel time?

I am unsure of the rules for Open Jaw tickets so need some clarification

Thanks all



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I think the reservation will be cancelled if you don't board in Oslo. We had a look at something similar a couple of years ago and was advised against doing it your way. I'll see if I can find something.
If you have one booking reference and you don`t turn up for the first sector, you will be put as a no-show for the whole flight.
Norwegian (the ariline) do reasonably cheap flights from Gatwick to NYC
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Thanks all I suspected as much, just a faff going from London to Oslo and Oslo the London to then go to New York.

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