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    #1

    about flight tickets

    Please, how do native name the pair of tickets people use to buy when making a trip by plane, bus or train?
    The "going out" and the "coming back" tickets?
    I saw many entries of that on the Internet and I wonder if it's a natural and correct way to speak.
    Thanks.


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    #2

    Re: about flight tickets

    A ticket to a destination is a single ticket, whether it is going to a place or coming back from a place.

    A ticket that includes both journeys is a return ticket.

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