airplane ticket

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Noun1.airplane ticket - a ticket good for a trip on an airplaneairplane 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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"I was skeptical about it, and airplane ticket prices began to go up," he said.
The month after, our children are treating us for our 36th anniversary with an airplane ticket and a hotel accommodation in a very dreamy place seen in several movies!
"In addition, some itinerants were allowed to reimburse their airplane ticket without the price quotation and abstract of quotations attached to the claim," the COA report read.
At the time, an airplane ticket cost four times more than a train ticket, with the latter being a more reliable and comfortable option (p.
Police have also found that they bought a one-way airplane ticket to the island.
More often than not, they are fairly simple: a wheel chair ramp so they can enjoy the park during their last days, a comfortable mattress, an airplane ticket home to spend what little time they have left with loved ones, or gathering family together for a final reunion.
In the survey, the travel site found that almost half of American adults prefer nabbing a cheap airplane ticket to sex, the New York Post reported.
Pastor Saeed Abedini has complained bitterly that the Obama Administration abandoned him in Germany after his release by Iran and forced him to pay for his own airplane ticket back to the United States.
Many industries have changed massively over the last 20 years: booking an airplane ticket happens online and no longer in a travel agency.
Now, I'm able to give my mom her sunny day: an airplane ticket to New York City and a first-row ticket to the ballet.
Last week I decided to come visit Israel, and I simply had to book my airplane ticket. Last year I decided to do Masters in a university in Europe, and I simply had to apply.