I've been told by a travel agent that I cannot buy a one way tix to fly to Paris, France if I don't own a French Passport / French citizen. And I'm not.
My plan is to pre-booked and buy all the tix from different airlines before my departure in San Francisco. But mostly I need the help to get a cheap one- way tix from a travel agent is the first segment SF to Paris. (the price on the airline website is way too expansive, USD 2500 something just for 1 one-way economy tix)
Here's the trip:
1) a one way tix from SF, USA to Paris, France on Air France or Lufthansa. Stay in Pairs for 2 weeks here. then
2) a one way tix that I can buy directly on Singpore Airline Depart from PAris to Bangkok. Stay for 2 weeks here, then
3) I use my mileages from United airline to get a free one way tix from Bangkok to San Francisco (of course I will get this done before my departure in SF)
Is it ok to do this by flying different airlines with one way ticket? I have heard that immigration offocers or when u check in, the airline people may deline your boardng because you have a one way ticket and not the citizen of the arrival countries. But as you can see, I can prove and show my onward tix and also my return tix back to SF. Will this be ok? Or should I buy the round trip tix and abandoned the return flight, will this be ok to do so? (the one way tix is almost the same price as the round trip tix sometimes...do I have the right to use only one way on a round trip tix or I will be fined on my credit card by the airlines if I don't show up at the return flight???)
Please let me know.