The codeshare.. SAA JNB-ATL.. ATL-RDU on Delta.. but the Delta codeshare of RDU-JNB is onestop..
No it isn't.
Also, there are two types on "one-stop flights": one-stop and direct. Direct is same flight number, different plane. One-stop is same flight number and plane.
One stop flights are still around plenty.
American Airlines flies AUS
, for example. They also fly MIA
-MVD (although starting in December they will also fly MIA
-MVD) and MIA
AeroMexico flies a lot
of one-stop routes to the US, even some two-stops. MIA
...the list goes on.
Air France has a three-stop flight between Cayenne, French Guyana and Miami: CAY-PTP
El Al has one-stops from three US gateways: MIA
, and LAX
A lot of service to Rio de Janeiro from the US is one-stop: UA
, and AA
United offers a one-stop between Tucson and Washington, routed TUS
Avianca flies one-stops on MIA
-PEI and JFK
Then there are also triangle routes, where airlines go in a triangle, stopping at each city only once before going back. These are getting popular for Hawai'i routes. United will soon have ORD
will be starting SJC
; and Northwest has SEA
Southwest is the king of one-stops. Just about all their services are one-stop.
Delta also operates a lot of one-stop service between Florida and the west coast via their Atlanta hub, with same plane service.
American offers a small handful of one-stop, same plane domestic services from Miami, like MIA-LAX-HNL and MIA-DFW-RNO.
There are plenty of one-stop services left, though it is less than years past. It wasn't long ago that Delta offered plenty of one-stop flights throughout their network: SLC
[Edited 2004-10-07 03:49:33]