Hi Thomas, thanks for the comment. I’ve simplified the issue a little in my description. When it comes to choosing flights, then even when there is only one flight available, you still need to decide whether you want to take it or not. I’ve been on that 6:30am flight to Barcelona and I need to take a moment to myself before putting myself through it again :-D

But the actual problem I witness with this specific design comes when the user has already chosen the flight on Skyscanner and they then land at this page. So yes you’re right, they shouldn’t need to choose it again in this instance because they already did that. I left this bit out for simplicity’s sake.

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