Thanks Romelle I also got some direction from Priceline by email. Following their directions : Go to "Search Flights" then under the "help" menu at the top right of the page, click on FAQ. Halfway down that page it has a box "search by topic". When I entered "layover" it took me to "connections, stops, and layovers", where I got this : If you choose to Name Your Own Price® , or choose any reservation where the full itinerary is not disclosed prior to purchase, we will always search first for non-stop flights; however, you must agree to make at least one connection each way. By agreeing to make "up to at least one connection," you could be placed on a flight with either one stop OR one connection, but never one connection plus one or more stops. Similarly, if you agree to make up to two connections, you could receive a reservation with one stop AND one connection, or two stops, or two connections. Connection time is determined in conjunction with the best available routing. You will see your complete itinerary, including total stops and/or connections and connection times after your purchase is completed. Additional information on Name Your Own Price® or other undisclosed itinerary connections: Domestic travel: Connection times for domestic travel can be up to 3 hours, depending on the best available routing. Keep in mind that 80% of domestic connections are 2 hours or less. International travel: When flying internationally, connection times vary according to the destination. Please review our guide to average and longest international connection times. Following along to the guide I got this information : Average and Maximum International Connection Times Destination region Africa 3.9 8 Asia 3.0 8 Australia 2.5 8 Canada 1.5 4 Caribbean 1.5 4 Central/South America 2.3 5 Europe 2.3 6 Mexico 2.3 5 Middle East 3.4 7 South Africa 4.5 12 *Data updated 7/1/2005 The first set of numbers is the average, the second set is the maximum. It does say Data updated in 2005 do I hope that is still valid.