What is a 2 in 1 trip?
A 2 in 1 trip is a multi-city flight, where the traveller can visit two destinations in their itinerary before returning back home.
These types of trips often involve a stay in one of the airline’s hub cities. For example, flying a 2 in 1 trip with TAP Portugal will usually involve a stop in Lisbon or Porto.
How do I search for a 2 in 1 trip?
Whether you’re searching on Google Flights, Skyscanner, or the airline’s website, select the multi-city option to insert your preferred itinerary.
You can increase the amount of legs in your trip by adding a new row to the multi-city section, making it a 3 in 1 trip or even a 4 in 1 trip.
Is a 2 in 1 trip expensive?
It depends. Some airlines allow stopovers in their hub city so creating a 2 in 1 trip will cost the same as a regular roundtrip ticket. However, most airlines typically charge a hefty fee to create a stop in the itinerary.
Does adding more than 2 stops get really expensive?
Yes. Very expensive.
3 in 1 and 4 in 1 trips will usually consist of more than one airline in the booking. Having a stopover with multiple airlines will typically cause the price to skyrocket.