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  • elwhite73 1 post

    Hi there,

    I am looking to fly my mother over from the US for a visit. She is nearing 80 and would have trouble navigating O’Hare, etc. I am looking to pay for myself to fly to O’Hare one way and then use a Companion Voucher to book return flights to and from London. Question is – if I use a companion voucher and check in to the flight back to the O’Hare but don’t actually board the plane (as I live in London), will my mom still be allowed to fly back on that flight? I would think so but I see that the person who books the Companion Voucher must be on each flight – not sure if that means physically for the second leg. Any thoughts? Thanks.

    NorthernLass 6,704 posts

    From everything I’ve read here it’s ok for one person not to take the *return* leg of the 241.

    A one-way cash flight is probably going to be very expensive though, or did you mean use avios to fly one-way to ORD?

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