Complex (multi city) route search

Complex or multi city route consists of several segments — the first flight, the second one, and so on. Affiliate links to search for complex routes are formed in the same way. The first segment is denoted segments[0]. This parameter is added before each standard parameter in the link. The second segment is segments[1] and the third segment is segments[2], etc.

The resulting link looks like this:[0][origin_iata]=BKK&segments[0][destination_iata]=MOW&segments[0][depart_date]=2018-12-04&segments[1][origin_iata]=LED&segments[1][destination_iata]=BKK&segments[1][depart_date]=2018-12-24&adults=1&children=0&infants=0&trip_class=0&with_request=true

Please note that the segment number must be specified only at the directions of the flight and dates. The number of passengers and the flight class are set common for the whole set of segments.

  • origin_iata/destination_iata — departure/arrival points — line.
    Recommended values: IATA city code.
  • depart_date/return_date — departure/return dates — line
    Recommended format: Y-m-d (yy-mm-dd — JQuery)
  • adults/children/infants — the number of adults, children and infants — numeric

In total, the request can not consist of more than nine passengers with seats (adults + children). In this case, infants travel without a seat on the laps of adults. There cannot be more infants than adults. If there are more infants additional seats are requested as children (with a seat).

  • trip_class — Flight class (Economy — 0, Business — 1, First — 2)
  • with_request — Initiate search automatically (true: the search is loaded, false: the form is filled out but search does not start

After you get a link to the search result page you should use Link Generator.

If you need to give a link to the multi-search, then you need to send them to this website:

For this link types you should use Link Generator too.