aerophobe

aerophobe

(ˈɛərəˌfəʊb)
n
a person who suffers from aerophobia
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Sadly, as a lifelong aerophobe, I can't say the same.
According to GQ the best taxfree shopping is to be had at Heathrow airport's Terminal 3 which 'affords the shopaholic aerophobe every reason to linger awhile'.
Whether or not the aerophobe starts, avoiding defeat will be Arsenal's number one priority and their defensive record, especially away from Highbury, is such that they can be quietly confident of earning a replay.
His shortcomings were ruthlessly exposed when he stood in for aerophobe Bergkamp on Holland's North American tour prior to the World Cup.
With Wembley within walking distance for Arsenal aerophobe Dennis Bergkamp, the Gunners are at full strength.
But although Holland's depth gave Hiddink more room for leeway than his Mexico counterpart, Holland did not introduce Marc Overmars and van Hooijdonk until half time and they were without aerophobe Dennis Bergkamp.
g Celebrity aerophobes include Jennifer Aniston, Colin Farrell and Ben Affleck.
Anyone travelling on the Dubai-Paris 'express' would surely have to face regular checks from over-zealous immigration officials in a number of countries - and the visa situation could prove a nightmare.AaAa "Everyone is extremely interested and wants to see it implemented," Haldun said.Sorry, Osman, but I don't think Paris by train would be anything more than a novelty for most - except aerophobes who still travel to the US or even Australia by boat.Granted, the route would provide a high number of interesting stops along the way for the intrepid traveller or railway enthusiast, but as a long-distance mass transport system, it seems, like Paris, a heck of a long way off.
Other "aerophobes", such as Arsenal and Holland footballer Dennis Bergkamp, travel by land and sea - however long it takes.