Cross Ticketing is forbidden by some airlines. Check before using.
Most part of fare structures have minimum and maximum stay rules. These kinds of rules might make short time trips over business days quite expensive. Cross Ticketing is the method of using 2 round trip tickets to get a cheaper fare.
E.g.: Client wishes to travel from Paris – Moscow | 15NOV and Moscow – Paris | 17NOV. A Cross Ticket for this journey might be:
Ticket 1: Paris – Moscow | 15NOV + Moscow – Paris | 22NOV
Ticket 2: Moscow – Paris | 17NOV + Paris – Moscow | 24NOV
Then the passenger will use the first coupons of each ticket.
TTS Consolidator offers this option to improve Best Price search.