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Adam Explains…Layover Programs

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Tourism is a huge industry throughout the world and countries across the world want people to come into their country to experience their culture and of course, spend their money. With this being said, there are airlines that are being used to entice travelers to choose their country as a possible country to visit by offering great layover programs. A layover program is essentially giving you the ability to pick an ultimate destination but mid travel you will have a layover in a different country for 24 hours or longer. This idea is to give you the opportunity to tour the country and then fly to your destination.

In order to setup such a flight ticket, you have to go the airlines directly to purchase the tickets. Below are just some layover programs and how you setup the tickets properly.


1. Go to https://www.turkishairlines.com/en-int/

2. Click Multi-City and put in the airport you’re leaving from and make sure you put in the Turkish airport you want to stop in, then setup the second line to leave from the same city to your ultimate destination (example below) and click search flights. It will ask the times and you just choose accordingly.

ICELANDAIR – Up to 7 nights extended layover

1. Go to https://www.icelandair.com/flights/stopover/

2. Type departing city and the final destination (example below)

3. A larger window will show up clarifying that it will add Iceland as a stopover for your journey. You choose the dates and click search to find the flight times that suits you.

TAP PORTUGAL – Up to 5 nights to Lisbon or Porto

1. Go to https://portugalstopover.flytap.com/USA/enus/stopover

2. Type in your departing airport and your ultimate destination. Then you will choose how many nights and what city you wan to Stopover in (example below)

KLM – Free stopover in Amsterdam

Detailed instructions are provided by KLM Airlines

These are just some of the airlines that offer extended layovers for discounted prices. So if you’re looking for a great way to see 2 destinations for the price of one, look at layover programs from different airlines around the world.

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