Multi Leg Flights

Mulitlegged flights

A multi-haul flight is a flight that flies to several destinations with the same flight number. It' a strange trip - two separate routes - but it's totally allowed. Where is the distinction between multi-segment and multi-segment flights?

Multi-haul flights are flights to several different destination with the same number. Sample flying 123 with MUMBAI - DUBAI - NEW YORK- WASHINGTON. Every one of its goals, e.g. Mumbai Dubai - Dubai New York - New York Washington, is regarded as a stage. Mumbai New York / Mumbai Washington become segment when it comes to the above example segment.

Supposing you want to go from London to Sydney. The BA has a one-way ticket which you embark in London and disembark in Sydney - a 2-stage "transit" itinerary. Normally you have to get off the aircraft while they are filling up and cleaning the aircraft, then you get back on the same aircraft.

Your tickets only show London/Sydney - 1egment. On the other side, if you are flying with Singapore Airlines, you are flying from London to Singapore on an aircraft (one flight segments, one leg - one flight segments on your ticket1); then you get on another aircraft and flying Singapore to Sydney (one flight segments, one leg but two flight segments on your ticket).

Tariff base - Why should a multi-haul trip be less expensive than one of its stages?

Multi-strand flight back price: is significantly lower than: KLM reservations could not exactly tell me why, except to say that it was because of the way the tariff system worked. It is my assumption that there are good commercial grounds for this for the airline companies, although I cannot even begin to believe what they are. I also believe that the tariff system and its provisions have been meticulously worked out in order not to make a lower tariff available for each route for whatever purpose.


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