What Are Multi City Flights?
Multi city flights, also known as multi stop flights, are the perfect win-win for travellers who love the freedom of a flexible itinerary that works for them. Booking multi city flights allows you to fly in and out of the places that suit your travel plans, whether it’s adding additional flights on the way to your final holiday destination, or on the journey home. This prevents you from having to backtrack just so you can depart from the same city you flew into.
What Are the Benefits of Multi City Flights?
Booking multi city flights allows you to create the ultimate around the world ticket. It is your itinerary, your way. Plus, it gives you the opportunity to explore destinations that may otherwise be simply used as a stopover city on other plane tickets. You aren’t locked into long layover times, and conversely, you don’t need to sprint through airport terminals to catch a connecting flight. Instead of being stuck waiting at the airport gate, you can head out into the city; choosing to stay for a night, a couple of days, or even longer. You get more out of your trip with multi city flights; seeing more, experiencing more and doing more.
Building your own itinerary for your dream holiday is an easy way to match up cheap flights with other modes of transportation. Choose to fly into Amsterdam and make your own to Paris, then fly back to Australia from the French capital. Or touch down in New York City by way of Honolulu, Los Angeles and Dallas. You could then treat yourself to a beach break in Mexico or Fiji on the return journey to Australia.
Making a multi city flight booking can work particularly well if you are flexible on the destination and airports you fly in and out of. Smaller airports may charge lower passengers taxes and by flying into these hubs you may be able to find cheaper airfares. Or, search for flights that fly on off-peak travel days
How to Book Multi City/Stopover Flights with Webjet
The easiest way to book multi stop flights is with Webjet’s multi city search tool (see above). No matter if you want only one stop on your multi city trip, or if you want to add multiple; this tool helps you do it all. Using it is simple: enter your selected departure and destination cities and the date you wish to fly. Then add as many multi city flights as your itinerary calls for. The legs of these round the world airfares can depart from the city that your prior flight flew into, or you may choose to fly out of a different city altogether. You can then select the around the world ticket from your preferred airline, or filter based on budget and flight time.