Direct flight is a very common form of flight, exhibited by many familiar birds like American Crows. In direct flight, a bird's motion is straight and constant, and the bird changes little in altitude between wingbeats. A contrasting flight pattern is undulation.
A flight from one destination to another with stops between but no change of aircraft.
A flight with one or more intermediate stops, but no change of aircraft.
A flight that does not require the passenger to change planes, although the plane may make stops.
A trip between two locations with intermediate stops that does not require passengers to change planes. This differs from a nonstop flight that does not land between the origin and destination.
A flight where passengers do not change planes, although a direct flight may include one or more stops en route.
a flight that makes a stop between the origin and destination but does not change aircraft
a flight where there is no change of aircraft en route, but stops are possible, as the aircraft may need to refuel or allow other passengers to join or leave the aircraft
a trip with multiple stops and a single flight number
Flight not requiring a passenger to change planes, though it may make stops.
A Flight between two predetermined points that does not require a passenger to change aircraft even though there may be an intermediate stop.
A flight which may make an intermediate stop or stops before reaching its final destination but requires no change of aircraft.
The plane is going to stop up to eight times, and you are not allowed to get off at any of the stops.
A flight that does not require a passenger to change planes although there may be intermediate stops. Also known as a through flight.
An airline flight that goes from one city to another, but may stop at another airport along the way to drop off or pick up passengers.
A flight that does not require a passenger to change planes; there may be one or more intermediate stops, however.
Air transportation on which the passenger does not have to change planes. Not necessarily nonstop.
When a traveler arrives at their destination without having to change planes.
A flight between two places with a single flight number. Unlike a non-stop flight, a direct flight can make one or more stops between two places.
A direct flight in the aviation industry traditionally refers to any flight between two destinations by an airline involving at least one intermediate stop, but with no change in flight numbers. With the advent of code sharing in particular, however, contemporary definitions of the term may include flights which also involve a change in aircraft and/or airline.