To find nonstop flights between two cities, use search engines on individual airline websites, or compare available routes and prices on travel sites such as Expedia or Travelocity. For exclusively nonstop flights, regardless of airfare price, use the filters that are built into the scheduling systems.Continue Reading
For example, the search engine for Alaska Airlines allows users to view flights based on schedule, calendar or price. The system is designed to pull up nonstops and one-stop flights first. After the initial search, uncheck the one-stop box to the left of the listed flights, which causes the screen to reload with only nonstop flights.
Expedia allows users to check nonstop flights for multiple airlines at the same time. From the search screen, choose round-trip or one-way flights, and fill in the departure and arrival information. If this is a hypothetical search, just pick some dates. Click on the Advanced Options tab, and check the Nonstop box.
For example, as of April 2015, choosing the routes from Victoria, British Columbia, to San Francisco, California, brings up two nonstop flights. One is on United, and the other is on Air Canada. If city pairs are chosen that do not have nonstop flights, a warning message comes up. Expedia then suggests that trying different dates or a search without the nonstop. Travelocity works much like Expedia, except their Nonstop button is under Additional Options.Learn more about Geography