Open-jaw itinerary  is a Travel routing design that departs from one location and
returns to another. For example, travelers may fly into one city and depart from
another one. Or a traveler may purchase round-trip transportation from the point of
origin to one destination, at which another form of transportation is used to reach a
second destination, where the traveler resumes the initial form of transportation to return to the point of origin.

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