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Proof of return travel?

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I was searching for flights to/from Colombia on the Jetblue site. When a request for a return trip didn't work, I tried for a one-way in order to figure out which days they flew the route I wanted. That got me a pop-up with this message:

'You have selected to fly one way internationally. Because you're traveling to another country, proof of return travel will be required at the airport. "

Never seen anything like this before. I often fly into one country and travel overland to others, even returning on a different airline. Is this something new? Do they expect me to be refused entry at my destination if I don't have a return ticket?

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