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  • n. Plural form of nonstop.

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Examples

  • Getting There Fly to Johannesburg on South African Airways, which offers the only nonstops from the U.S., and then to Maun, Botswana, to pick up a bush plane.

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  • That's left fewer nonstops, meaning it's taking longer to get from some points to others.

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  • Singapore Air pioneered ultra-long nonstops when it began flying 18 hours from both Newark, N.J., and Los Angeles to Singapore seven years ago.

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  • The nonstops are possible as more commercial airlines add more ultra-long-range jets to their fleets.

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  • Most Singapore Airlines flights stop in Tokyo or Frankfurt to get from the U.S. to the other side of the globe, but the nonstops have found a devoted following among frequent travelers.

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  • This is particularly apparent throughout the Northeast corridor, from Newark to Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. Conclusion: When merger partners 'route maps overlap, certain cities will lose service, with fewer flight frequencies and loss of nonstops.

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  • A total of 12 cities lost nonstop service from St. Louis this year, while 10 cities are no longer served by nonstops from Las Vegas.

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  • I believe United and ANA have nonstops from Dulles, if you're free this weekend.

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  • Airline fares for this route on Orbitz or Travelocity are usually higher, and the trip always takes longer, because there are no nonstops.

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  • ExpressJet just started flying a bunch of nonstops into SAN from small or underserved cities, so this might be a new option if you live in a smaller town.

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