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How to book YYZ-ZRH-NBO-YYZ ?

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I have trip planned for late September flying from Toronto to Nairobi. The matrix.iatasoftware site shows an attractive return fare through Zurich of 1,126 CAD, which inspired me to consider a stopover in Zurich on the outbound journey . The iata site quotes the same price with a stopover .

First leg is AC/Swissair code share but the ZRH-NBO segments are Swiss only and don’t appear on the AC website. I can get the full itinerary on the Swiss site, but it is priced at 1477 CAD, and Expedia is just a few dollars difference. I tried pricing the YYZ-ZHR rtn separately on Expedia and it was very nearly the same as it would be with NBO included.

Does the lower fare actually exist, and can I get it without going to a travel agent/? Not adverse to paying a bit extra for TA services but as is so often noted here, it is so much simpler if there is no 3rd party involved. Since a stop in Zurich would be an add-on to an already costly trip I won’t do it if it becomes too pricey.

Also, I’m curious as to why Toronto shows up on the Swissair website as YTO.

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