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NorthernLass 8,274 posts

Yes of course – Austria is a RFS destination as well so you’re not going to lose out cash-wise on separate bookings. You’ll be left with 2 separate PNRs but this can work either way – if you need to cancel both legs you’ll have to pay the cancellation fee each way, but if you need to cancel or change one leg, you can leave the other intact. Obviously not the best use of a 241, but if it’s expiring you may as well get what value you can from it.

*Of course you’re still dependent on being able to get the return leg when it’s released; it can be helpful to have a back up plan if someone swipes the flights before you can.

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