Is It OK to Cheat Airlines if It Saves You Money?

United Airlines and Orbitz are going after Skiplagged.com, which helps travelers save money by booking (then ditching) connecting flights

Travelers wait in a security line at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport in November 2010.

Photographer: Tim Boyle/Bloomberg

Would you “scam” an airline’s ticketing policy if it saved $25? $70? $400?

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