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Old 11-11-2012, 05:42 AM   #2
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It's not that unusual for an airline to offer schedules with forced overnights, especially between international flights from more far flung origins/destinations. Sometimes that's the only way to schedule yourself from a particular point A to point B.

Of course in the market in question, you have plenty of other schedule options to make choosing such an itinerary unnecessary. The airline is not inclined nor obligated to provide any accommodations at the layover point, any more than you are obligated to choose that particular schedule.
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