I was told a story recently of how in the US there was a website set up. It was like Raileasy's link to split ticketing but for domestic air journeys in the US. It led to weird things like passengers boarding a plane in say Atlanta, that was routed to say LA with an intermediate stop in Dallas perhaps, where the passenger would have to briefly disembark and re-board to a different seat. Because, they had used this website to find a split ticketing option to make the journey cheaper overall. How familiar does this sound? Last I heard the airlines were clubbing together to get this website closed down on the basis it was illegal competition. Much closer to home, am I right in thinking the Scottish Assembley have acted to close ticket splitting options on rail journeys wholly in Scotland? How safe is the future for ticket splitting savings here do you all think?