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Two passengers on one PNR with three flights, only one taking last flight

Jusrus

Junior Member
Joined
Aug 9, 2018
Messages
21
Hi team,

My wife and I have a booking later this year - Madrid, Spain -> Phoenix, USA -> Nashville, USA -> Madrid, Spain.

Booked via BudgetAir.Com - I have booked similar flight with them previously because it was over 50% cheaper than next OTA/option - so I’m aware their customer service is complete rubbish.

PNR is with American Airlines, all apart from final Chicago -> Madrid operated by AA also (last flight operated by Iberia if relevant). We do have separate e-ticket numbers via BudgetAir.

Situation has now changed, and I need to fly on to Canada for work after Nashville.

So - will my wife have any issue travelling without me for the last leg? Obviously no issue losing the cost of the last flight, just don’t want her to have any issues, or to have to book the whole lot again.

Wary of asking AA or BudgetAir via socials/other means, as the easy option is to say re-book.

Any thoughts??
JR
 

opusman

Senior Member
Joined
Jun 27, 2006
Messages
5,812
I don't think there would be any issue. Missing earlier legs in a booking can cause problems but I can't see how missing the last leg would.
 

wholesaler

Suspended
Joined
Feb 20, 2020
Messages
17
Hi team,

My wife and I have a booking later this year - Madrid, Spain -> Phoenix, USA -> Nashville, USA -> Madrid, Spain.

Booked via BudgetAir.Com - I have booked similar flight with them previously because it was over 50% cheaper than next OTA/option - so I’m aware their customer service is complete rubbish.

PNR is with American Airlines, all apart from final Chicago -> Madrid operated by AA also (last flight operated by Iberia if relevant). We do have separate e-ticket numbers via BudgetAir.

Situation has now changed, and I need to fly on to Canada for work after Nashville.

So - will my wife have any issue travelling without me for the last leg? Obviously no issue losing the cost of the last flight, just don’t want her to have any issues, or to have to book the whole lot again.

Wary of asking AA or BudgetAir via socials/other means, as the easy option is to say re-book.

Any thoughts??
JR
stop worrying. You can't be held responsible for what another passenger does or doesn't do, or vice versa. So you probably have the same surname, so what.
 

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