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Kayak multi City flights

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I am trying to book a flight from Atlantic Canada to Paris. I would like to go the most direct route, which would be through London then Paris. When I use the Kayak multi City function, I can get a flight to London on Air Canada which arrives early morning. I can get a flight later that morning on British Airways from London to Paris.

I have two questions. Is this considered to be two different itineraries and will I have to look after the baggage transfer myself in London. Is there any protection if there is any delay or cancellation in either of the flights.

Similarly on the return, I will be returning out of Marseilles and using the same multi city function, I get flights from Marseilles to Munich and Munich to Canada. I have the same questions there.

Any help would be appreciated.

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