A ‘Double Rotation’ is when the flight itinerary sees an aircraft fly to a destination, drop off its passengers then return to its home base. The aircraft then returns to the same original destination to collect the passengers and return them to where their journey began. This occurs when it is more expensive to keep an aircraft away from its home base than it is to return home and go back to pick up the passengers. See also ‘Double Round Trip’.
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