1.For travel within the continental U.S., Canada and Alaska, a stopover is defined as a stay of more than 4 hours between connections (if there is a connecting flight available within 4 hours). If you’re traveling outside the continental U.S. and Alaska, a stopover is defined as a stay of more than 24 hours between connections. 2.Stopovers are not permitted when travel is within one award region or for multi-city travel.
3.For travel outside the continental U.S., Canada and Alaska, you’re allowed one stopover per US Airways itinerary at a US Airways gateway or international destination (or in a partner hub city if you’re traveling on an award partner). US Airways hub/international gateway cities include Charlotte, Philadelphia and Phoenix. Please call Reservations for additional US Airways international gateways and partner hub cities.
4.Stopovers are allowed only for the most direct route of travel.
5.Stopovers must be included in the reservation when you book. You may not add a stopover once an award has been ticketed.
6.With Star Alliance Round-the-World awards, you’re allowed five stopovers in a forward direction toward the original departure city.