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Secretary: John, regarding your flight to the conference in India this weekend, the best fare with the least stopovers is $6,800.

John: That's about $2,000 more expensive than the fare I got last time.

Secretary: Do you mind if I increase the number of stopovers?

John: Go ahead. Try to keep the total travel time below 15 hours. I'd rather not attend if so.

Secretary: OK! Give me a minute.

<After a couple of seconds>

Secretary: I got a ticket to Hydrebadh for May 25 departing at 8 a.m with two stopovers, one in LA and the other in Hong Kong. The fare is $5000. Should I book it now?

John: How much time do I have in LA for connecting flight?

Secretary: 3 hours

John: OK. Book it now. Thanks, Mary.

Please correct any mistakes. Thanks in advance!
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Hi,

Secretary: John, regarding your flight to the conference in India this weekend, the best fare with the least stopovers is $6,800.

John: That's about $2,000 more expensive than the fare I got last time.

Secretary: Do you mind if I increase the number of stopovers?

John: Go ahead. Try to keep the total travel time below 15 hours. If not, I'd rather not go.

Secretary: OK! Give me a minute.

<After a couple of seconds>

Secretary: I got a ticket to Hydrebadh for May 25 departing at 8 a.m with two stopovers, one in LA and the other in Hong Kong. The fare is $5000. Should I book it now?

John: How much time do I have in LA for the connecting flight?

Secretary: 3 hours

John: OK. Book it now. Thanks, Mary.

This is very good.

Clive
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Thanks, Clive!