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Book inter-Europe as part of open-jaw?

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I've never taken an inter-Europe (intra-Europe?) flight but will need to next year.

Do I book it as a stop on my USA>Europe open jaw, or make entirely separate arrangements?
Also, is Skyscanner still the preferred site for booking?

Any advice is much appreciated ~ thank you.

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