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Trouble booking Star Alliance partner flights

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We are in Canada. We need to be in France for a conference the end of June and then Australia for a conference in early July. It looks more convenient to fly from Paris to Sydney making this an around the world flight path than to fly back home via Canada to get to Australia.

But, the round the world tickets seem expensive for what we are doing and we really don't want more than 2 stopovers and it requires 3 as far as I can tell. Booking one-way tickets from Canada to Europe seems to require a higher fare class than we want (Latitude). The most cost effective routing we can find is coming back via Canada to Australia (around 3700 CAD, but all in Tango).

If I call Air Canada will they be able to link my two one way AC tickets with a partner airline in the middle? Or is there some online tool I am not aware of? An expedia search gave a high price.

Thanks for any insight.

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