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    by Emily_D Fodor's Editor | Posted on Apr 27, 15 at 11:33 AM
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same flt for 2 itineraries??

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I've finalized lots of plans but still have to get plane tickets.
There are 5 of us flying to Munich and but 2 are leaving early from Amsterdam while the rest of us continue on to Rome for another week.
I don't really know how to go about getting the same outbound flight other than opening 2 kayak screens and comparing, flight for flight. I did that today for the first time and it didn't look great.
This is a time I'd love to put it into the hands of a travel agent and just say "make it happen."
Does anyone have any advice on marrying up our outbound flights from Memphis to Munich?
Thanks!
Sandy

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