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Old 11-10-2012, 10:53 PM   #1
I. Mizrahi
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Question 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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