This page is about the collocation non-stop flight
collocation pattern: adjective + noun
flight that doesn't stop over on its way to a destination
- I wanted a non-stop flight, but they all stop over in Bangkok.
- Are you sure this flight's non-stop? I hate stopping over, so please make sure it's direct.
The related collocation "direct flight" can mean the same as "non-stop flight", but it can also mean a flight that stops over, but passengers aren't required to change planes, or it can mean two or more connecting flights that share the same flight number.
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Contributor: Matt Errey