Interline Connection

Updated: 2017-03-27.

An interline connection, in airline parlance, is a connection between two different carriers participating in an interline agreement; Change of planes that also requires a change of carriers. An interline connection is one usually made when a passenger buys a ticket from one airline, differing from an offline connection, which would be a change of carriers resulting either from tickets purchased separately or tickets purchased at one time for airlines that do not share an interline agreement.

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