odoherty said:If you take a stopover illegally, what are the ramifications (if any)?
For example, you can pass through Asia twice provided one is without stopover... but what if you do actually take a stopover?
odoherty said:I'm thinking more about what happens if it's issued "ok", but a "time and date" change is subsequently made.
Who? Me?simongr said:... I do however recall that serfty scammed something like this on a trip once...
QF009 said:If you've successfully ticketed such an itinerary with an airline, you'll be fine so long as you don't need to reissue your ticket. The error may well be caught during reissuing.
I book these tickets ex-NRT and I do not know any Japanese TAs. Unlike the RWSTARs which can be booked with a Canadian TA I know at the price of the cheaper departure point due to the Canadian exception which no longer exists for xONExs.Travel Guru said:If it was me, i'd book it through an agent and ask them to issue as paper tkt, that way it only needs the date changed in the GDS and a reval sticker whereas on e-tkt it generally needs to be revalidated by a consolidator who would be likely to check the rules prior to doing so.