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Help with Mix Cabin Fare

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Nimo

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HI does anyone know how & where I can book mix cabin flights business & economy or premium economy etc
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Hi air Canada united or qantas or Virgin I want to travel to calgary canada want mel to calgary in business Calgary to mel in economy
Qantas wouldn’t do it when I tried recently for a trip to Singapore. I wanted to do a PE day flight there and J overnight return.

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Qantas wouldn’t do it when I tried recently for a trip to Singapore. I wanted to do a PE day flight there and J overnight return.

Suspect you would need to use a TA
Any reason not to book them on separate tickets as one way flights? For connecting flights I can understand the need for them to be on the same PNR but not for distinct trips.
 

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Potentially. I'd be interested to know (as someone who has booked in this way several times before and not had much of a frame of reference to determine what the difference in cost would be via a TA) how much could be saved by a TA booking these legs on a customer's behalf.

I'm certainly well aware of the adage that a round trip cost is not the same as 2 x one-way legs on a legacy carrier, but given the reason I've done this is differing cabin classes, I am not sure how true/significant that cost difference actually is. I suspect it is very much true for standard packaged return fares but not sure about these custom affairs.
 
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