Ever confuse the two? It confuses us, and we run a travel blog!
In a normal roundtrip flight, where a traveler is going to one destination and returning to the place they came from, the outbound flight is the flight to the destination and the inbound flight is the flight back to the origin city.
The first flight is outbound, the second flight is inbound.
Let's display this information in a totally dumbed down, kindergarten-level-esque image because most everyone has the focus and attention span of a squirrel these days.
No, we are not insulting anyone's intelligence at all.
Pretty clear, in our opinions.