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Booking flights, but only taking one of them

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Do you think there could be a problem booking flights to and in Europe and one back to U.S. but only flying the one back to the U.S.? In other words, book flights but only take the final flight. Will there be a problem when trying to board the final flight if you haven't taken the others? I am talking about flights that are about a week apart in time.

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