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Splitting Flight Status - First Class (outbound) Economy (inbound)

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Has anyone done this, or if at all, possible? I'd like to travel PDX to TLV and since it's my birthday, thought I'd splurge a bit and fly First Class one way and Economy one way as I cannot afford the full first class fare.

I normally go through Orbitz or Expedia but do not see this option available (on their Advanced Search). I've also visited various airlines website and no option available EXCEPT for Continental which asks you what status you want for each leg of the flight. That's great.

I guess my only option is calling the airlines directly? I was hoping to be able to book my flight online, thereby allowing me to view my itinerary easily.

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