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Multi-City Flights

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Combine multiple stops on your flight itinerary

Multi-city flights (also known as multi-stop flights) allow you to stop in different cities within different regions of the world. These tickets will usually include three or more flights to two or more world zones. And they're often cheaper than booking lots of separate one-way flights. 

Combining stopovers with popular airline hubs means you can see more of the world for less on a multi-city flight ticket. And if you're looking for inspiration, check out our range of suggested itineraries to get you started in planning your trip. 

The ISIC card: Better ticket options

The ISIC (International Student Identity Card) allows you to book these itineraries on our youth and student flight tickets. At the same time the ISIC card is an official student ID and you get access to benefits and discounts in close to 120,000 locations in 130 countries. Ask our travel advisors for more info. 

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