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    Default Open ticket or open-ended tiket?

    Hi,
    Which one is correct? Open air ticket or open ended ticket? Should i say i want to make an open ticket for the flight to London?
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    Default Re: Open ticket or open-ended tiket?

    If you mean a ticket that flies you out on a set date but has no set date for the return journey, I would normally call this an open-ended, or open-return ticket.

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    Default Re: Open ticket or open-ended tiket?

    Hi,

    Actually, I bought a round ticket, but haven't used it yet. I haven't decided to change the date. So, I want to make it an 'open ticket'. However, I do not know the term.

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    Default Re: Open ticket or open-ended tiket?

    Quote Originally Posted by sebayanpendam View Post
    Hi,

    Actually, I bought a round-trip ticket, but haven't used it yet. I haven't decided to change the date - I want to make it an 'open ticket'. However, I do not know the term.

    Thanks​.
    You have been given the term in the last couple of posts.
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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    Default Re: Open ticket or open-ended tiket?

    Quote Originally Posted by sebayanpendam View Post
    Hi,
    Which one is correct? Open air ticket or open ended ticket? Should I say I want to make buy an open ticket for the flight to London?
    Thanks
    Bhai.

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