|11-10-2012, 11:53 PM||#1|
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Can airlines really offer such itineraries?
Often times, while searching for an airline ticket from TLV to the U.S., you will get an offer from British Airways built like this: fly from TLV to LHR in the evening, landing at 9 pm or so, then take off to the U.S. the next morning, say at 10 or 11 am.
Such an itinerary means a full night of waiting between flights, most of the times more than 12 hours.
I'm interested to know: can an airline offer such a ticket? And if so, is it obliged to put the passenger in a hotel for the night?
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