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Skipping the last leg of my flight home??

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I've seen a few similar questions on other threads, but usually regarding an flights at the beginning of a trip. Here's mine...I'm flying with my kids back to the US from Europe later this summer. Our flights are Frankfurt - Toronto - Newark. As I live right between Toronto and Newark, and the arrival into Newark is quite late, I'd love to ditch that last leg and have my husband pick us up in Toronto rather than Newark. I know it's against airline rules, and I know it means I'll have to carry-on our luggage rather than checking it (which I'm prepared to do...), but ethics aside....will the airline fine me? Or would I have any problems driving thru US customs since they have no record of me going thru Canada before?

Thanks!

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