airmail letter

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Noun1.airmail letter - a letter sent by air mailairmail letter - a letter sent by air mail    
letter, missive - a written message addressed to a person or organization; "mailed an indignant letter to the editor"
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I wrote back - airmail letter in those days - eager to discover Ray's reaction to my conspiracy theory.
Goldberg finds a "thin packet of letters from [Gassner's] wife and an airmail letter of recent date from his mother-in-law." The mother-in-law writes that her daughter, after Oskar Gassner "abandons her," was "converted to Judaism by a fervent rabbi." Gassner's wife was subsequently taken "together with the other Jews" and driven in a truck to a border town in recently occupied Poland.
That was the day the first airmail letter was sent to Australia by Imperial Airways - one of the forerunners of British Airways - as it started a weekly mail service from the old Croydon airport in South London to Brisbane.
I received an airmail letter from my grandson in Sydney, Australia, four days after he posted it.
POSTED AT 4.53pm 6 FEB 2010 GREAT excitement today - an airmail letter with a postmark from Worthing in Barbados.
An airmail letter will cost an extra 6 cents - to 69 cents for Canada or Mexico and 90 cents for most anywhere else in the world.
Her first images of Palestine as a little girl were the blue airmail letter sheets he would send to relatives back home or receive in return.
ONE morning Russian-born Leopold Cheshire was looking through his post when he came across an airmail letter from St Petersburg.
It is part of a chain that over the past 150 years reaches from the Pony Express, Telegraph and airmail letter to the telephone and email."
ON going through some old memorabilia, we have found an airmail letter written to my late aunty Edna Woodford in 1955.