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can anyone explain it in detail

 
James Wang
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Hi All,

It could also contain city,flight number, date, time and seat number for each leg of the flight if a lay over is necessary.


can anyone explain it in detail? what is a lay over?
 
Parag Doshi
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Originally posted by James Wang:
Hi All,



can anyone explain it in detail? what is a lay over?


Two possible definitions :
1. A Layover is a temporary halt or break in a journey.

2. Usually an overnight stop during the flight portion of a trip, involving a change of airplanes or another form of transportation.

example : Flight from NYC to SFO with a layover in Chicago. That means the flight from NYC will halt for a period of time in Chicago (layover) before it resumes for SFO.

Parag
 
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Hi Parag,

Thanks a lot, I am always confused about this question, what you said is very very helpful for me, thanks again.
 
Parag Doshi
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Originally posted by James Wang:
Hi Parag,

Thanks a lot, I am always confused about this question, what you said is very very helpful for me, thanks again.


No problem, James. I am glad it helped.

Parag
 
Patric Steffen
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Parag,

regarding your example:

Is the layover in Chicago a property of a particular flight (e.g. flight no 111 NYC - Chicago - SFO), or is it a property of the customer's itinerary?

Best regards.
Patric
 
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