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Connecting flights - different tickets

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GCS

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If, for example, I purchased a return ticket from SYD to BKK and used points for BKK to Europe with no stopovers, would I be able to book luggage straight through even though the segments are on 2 different tickets. Similarly if both sets of tickets were purchased separately?
 

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It depends on whether the airlines interline. Most major airlines do interline, but some don't (eg bmi & BA in certain circumstances).
 
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