Definition of layover
Examples of layover in a Sentence
our flight from New York to San Francisco made a layover in Chicago
Recent Examples of layover from the Web
If you're done spending layovers trying to awkwardly nap in places all around the airport (chair, floor, next to a Cinnabon), this glamorous lodge located above an airport should be your next stop.
After your eight-hour layover, there's another eight-hour flight to Johannesburg.
Retired Red Sox slugger David Ortiz defended a woman after a man berated her for dancing to loud music during a three-hour layover on an airplane.
The team originally booked a noon flight from Orlando to Seattle with a layover in Dallas on Monday, but when the second leg was canceled, the team was left scrambling to find another way to its Major League Soccer match against the Sounders.
The layover is barely-there, switching planes takes only a few minutes, and there is no navigating through an airport to make your next flight.
Officials billed the five-day layover as a chance to build maritime cooperation through pleasantries such as ship tours and a cooking exchange.
A flight with a layover or very long travel times might be too hard on it.
Offer exercise machines and showers for layover travelers, and quiet places to nap.
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First Known Use of layover
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Definition of layover for English Language Learners
: a period of time when you are not traveling in the middle of a journey
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