I live in Chicago and have found an amazing rate from Milwaukee ( 1 hour from me) to Phoenix. The flight goes from Milwaukee with a stopover in Chicago before it heads off to Phoenix. I would like to get on the fight in Chicago and forgo the trip to MKE. United says that I can't do this, but I figure that is their "official" response. Has anyone tried this? I don't want to be denied the Chicago portion of the flight, but I would love not to have to drive to MKE to take a flight back to chicago and then wait 2 hours for the remaining portion of the trip. Thanks.
Using part of a ticket
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