A segment of on ongoing journey that requires passengers to change aircraft, but not necessarily carriers. Under International Air Transportation Association (IATA) regulations, a flight connection becomes a stopover if the passenger is required to wait more than 24 hours for the next flight.
A flight requiring passengers to change aircraft and/or airlines at an intermediate stop.
A segment of a trip that requires passengers to leave one plane and board another.
a flight with an intermediate stop and a change of aircraft (possibly a change of airlines)
Flight on which passenger must change aircraft at some point, referred to as the Connecting Point.
A flight which requires the passenger to change aircraft as part of the itinerary
Air transportation arrangement that requires a passenger to change planes before reaching their final destination.
An airline flight that requires a passenger to get off one plane and get onto another plane to complete the journey.
When a traveler has to change planes on the way to their destination, the flights after the initial flight are called "connecting flights".
An air journey that requires changing planes at an intermediate city along the way.