This page is about the collocation direct flight
collocation pattern: adjective + noun
a flight that doesn't stop on its way to a destination
- Do you want a direct flight, or do you want to stop over in Singapore?
- Flights to Los Angeles used to stop over in Hawaii, but you can get direct flights now.
The meaning above is the most common one. Other meanings include a flight that stops over, but passengers aren't required to change planes, or two or more connecting flights that share the same flight number. When booking, it's best to ask for a "non-stop flight" if you want to fly directly to your destination.
Contributor: Matt Errey