plane ticket


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Noun1.plane ticket - a ticket good for a trip on an airplaneplane ticket - a ticket good for a trip on an airplane
ticket - a commercial document showing that the holder is entitled to something (as to ride on public transportation or to enter a public entertainment)
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They couldn't fund a plane ticket for Louise but well-wishers rallied round to pay for her seat.
The Hague: Police have arrested 118 people in an unprecedented globally-coordinated swoop on plane ticket credit card fraud, a billion-dollar organised crime industry, officials said on Friday.
He was also accused of spending BD7,772 on plane tickets for himself and his wife, while he also owes the university BD130 that he stole after refunding a plane ticket.
The top court announced on Friday that several irregularities were found, including a plane ticket purchased for the son of one of the party's deputy chairmen as well as plane tickets for reporters embedded with party delegations on the campaign trail.
She said that she had already provided a plane ticket for Mag-atas but that the airport authorities required a medical certificate to show that he is indeed fit to travel, considering his weakened spinal column.
After that, payment can be made via Airtel Money on a mobile phone and the electronic plane ticket will be sent to the customers e-mail address (and simultaneously to the mobile's number with a SMS) confirming the ticket purchase and reservation.
March 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Anyone who's ever shopped for a plane ticket knows the stress of deciding when to buy.
Draft legislation approved by the Bulgarian Cabinet on Wednesday is going to allow the Sofia International Airport to determine its own airport fees, a measure that could lead to increase of plane ticket prices.
PLANE TICKET TO TURKISH COMPANIES WILLING TO ATTEND FAIRS OVERSEAS
David said: "I know how amazing it would have felt if someone had said to me, 'don't worry we'll look after your brother's plane ticket from Australia, so he can come and see you'.
A CABARET owner accused of pimping allegedly bribed a state witness with e1/41,000 and a plane ticket to leave the country and not testify, the Nicosia district court heard yesterday.