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Throwing away a ticket leg - will there be a penalty?

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Hi there, I want to fly San Antonio to Guatemala to Houston. However, it's cheaper to fly round trip San Antonio-Guatemala (which stops in Houston), and then on the return just hop off the plane in Houston and throw away the last leg (Houston-San Antonio). The same day, I need to fly from Houston to Phoenix, likely on the same airline (Continental).

So in essence, I will be booked on two flights simultaneously. I will not board the flight from Houston to San Antonio, and at the same time I'll be flying Houston to Phonenix.

Can I do that?

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