funnel flight. 1. A flight on a feeder airline that connects with another flight on a larger aircraft. See also change of gauge. 2. The use of a single flight number for an itinerary that actually involves an online connection with two separate flight numbers, with the presumed intent to make the itinerary appear to be a direct flight with a change of aircraft as opposed to a connection.
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