The prospect of buying a one-way ticket to anywhere is slightly frightening. What's even scarier is how much they cost these days! For some reason, a one way ticket to Norway is double the price of a round trip ticket. It makes absolutely no sense. Stian can fly from Norway and back again for $1800 (umm..yikes?), but booking the same flight for me one way to Norway costs $3450. All I have to say is "WHAT THE #*^@!!!!" How does that even make sense? And why must this be one more annoyance on our overly long list of hoops to jump through in order to convince the universe that we should be together?? All we want to do is fly to our new home together after the wedding without draining our bank accounts entirely. Is that so much to ask?
I'm prioritizing and creating a plan to convince airlines that this is unacceptable. Plan #1: Threaten to go to the papers about how a certain airline, which will certainly be named, is tragically keeping two newlywed lovebirds (who are also quite poor at the moment) apart despite all their best efforts to be together after 2 years and 5,200 miles of time and distance between them. Note: I will be as dramatic as possible, and I think this is a good start.
I'm also open to suggestions.