How Many Of These Travel Terms Do You Know?

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Question 1/12

traveling9to5.com
An overnight flight, usually between 9PM and 7AM, is called what?
A widowmaker
A red-eye
A snoozefest
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Question 2/12

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The period of time between the busiest seasons and the midpoint is known as the:
Shoulder season
Easy season
Cheap season
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Question 3/12

pnoys.com
A person who remains on a plane at a connecting stop on the way to their final destination is known as:
A full rider
A freeloader
A through passenger
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Question 4/12

tunisiaonline.com
A destination flight and the return trip are known as:
Full flight
Round trip
Whole purchase
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Question 5/12

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When a passenger flies into one city and out of another, this is known as:
An open-jaw flight
A double destination flight
A twofer
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Question 6/12

dwibalitours.com
An additional fee that some companies apply to solo travelers is known as a:
Loner tax
Solo expense
Single supplement
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Question 7/12

nationalpost.com
A period of time spent between connecting flights is known as:
A layover
A sitdown
A legstretcher
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Question 8/12

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Dates when an airline or hotel will not allow certain fares or rates to be sold or honored are known as:
Forbidden days
Blackout dates
Closed dates
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Question 9/12

yucatan-holidays.com
Hotels and resorts that include all meals, as well as drinks and entertainment, in their rate are known as:
Spoilers
Full deals
All-inclusive
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Question 10/12

telegraph.co.uk
When a traveler receives a better class of service or accommodation, this is known as:
A move-up
An uppity-do
An upgrade
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Question 11/12

thenation.com
A city in which an airline has a major presence is known as:
A central airport
A hub
A plane port
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Question 12/12

ilgazzettinodelviaggiatore.it
When a carrier books more reservations than available seats, this is known as:
Overbooking
Lunatic fares
Piling passengers
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So you've still got some blank pages in your passport. You're a pretty seasoned traveler and you know the lingo well.

B+, Travel Pro

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Ready to go on a moment's notice, you are a consummate traveler, and it shows! You know your way around more than a few airports and train stations!

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1
An overnight flight, usually between 9PM and 7AM, is called what?
A widowmaker
A red-eye
A snoozefest
2
The period of time between the busiest seasons and the midpoint is known as the:
Shoulder season
Easy season
Cheap season
3
A person who remains on a plane at a connecting stop on the way to their final destination is known as:
A full rider
A freeloader
A through passenger
4
A destination flight and the return trip are known as:
Full flight
Round trip
Whole purchase
5
When a passenger flies into one city and out of another, this is known as:
An open-jaw flight
A double destination flight
A twofer
6
An additional fee that some companies apply to solo travelers is known as a:
Loner tax
Solo expense
Single supplement
7
A period of time spent between connecting flights is known as:
A layover
A sitdown
A legstretcher
8
Dates when an airline or hotel will not allow certain fares or rates to be sold or honored are known as:
Forbidden days
Blackout dates
Closed dates
9
Hotels and resorts that include all meals, as well as drinks and entertainment, in their rate are known as:
Spoilers
Full deals
All-inclusive
10
When a traveler receives a better class of service or accommodation, this is known as:
A move-up
An uppity-do
An upgrade
11
A city in which an airline has a major presence is known as:
A central airport
A hub
A plane port
12
When a carrier books more reservations than available seats, this is known as:
Overbooking
Lunatic fares
Piling passengers