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Looking for multicity flights in Europe. I saw a fare on Kayak site recently for flight between Dublin and Copenhagen, a non stop on Ryanair (airline I try to avoid) , but its the only nonstop I have found. and I would be traveling only one way ticket. I would travel R/T on Aer Lingus between New York JFK and Dublin and then book flights for onward journeys. The Ryanair fare is shown as Hacker Fare. Anyone know what Hacker means, if its a guaranteed ticket on this flight. I know Ryanair has restrictions on carry on but I would pay to check my luggage if this is reliable.

Any suggestions. Thank you to members for help.

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