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One way tickets from US to Europe and Europe to US

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I just read another thread - with slightly different circumstances- that got me thinking. I am flying from Boston to Bergen, Norway on a one way ticket (Iceland Air). Five days later I am flying from Bergen to Krakow, Poland on a one way ticket (Norwegian Air). Then five days later from there to London (Easyjet) and three days later from there to Rome on another one way ticket (BA). Then after three weeks I am flying back to Boston from Rome on a one way ticket (AerLingus).

All these flights have etickets which I have printed out and could show anyone. I never thought about the problems with one way tickets to Europe because I frequently fly from place to place within Europe on one way tickets, as do many people, and it's never an issue. But this is the first time I've flown to/from the US on a one way ticket. The reason for all these one way tickets is that I couldn't find flights from Boston to Bergen and back from Rome to Boston on the same airline for anywhere close to the price I'm paying for these one ways.

Just checking to see if anyone thinks this could be a problem.

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