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If no show for the first leg of a return ticket, is my return leg affected?

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I am wanting to book a one way ticket from Madrid to Paris on Air France. The one way fare is showing as 539 Euros.

The return fare from Paris to Madrid is showing as 144 Euros -- 81 for the outward leg and 63 for the return leg.

If I book a return ticket and simply do not show up for the outward flight, is the return portion of that ticket affected? Obviously, it would be a lot cheaper if I absorb the cost of the outward leg in order to get a one way flight from Madrid for 144 Euros.

This, of course, will be a ploy that many people will have used before, so there may be a few snags that I am not aware of.

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