Examples of airmail in a Sentence
The package was sent by airmail.
Recent Examples of airmail from the Web
Anyone who plays pickup ball knows the guy whose full-court, behind-the-back heave airmails you at least once per game.
But that didn’t stop an ambitious thief from crating himself up and shipping himself airmail.
Qantas Freight won a contract with China Post to fly airmail between China and the U.S. (Air Cargo News) Air carriers are tacking on fuel surcharges, raising concerns with forwarders.
Early that morning, a young airmail pilot, Charles Lindbergh, took off from Roosevelt Field on Long Island and flew his single-seat, single-engine Spirit of St. Louis in a nonstop arc to Paris.
For those looking to go the airmail route, many airports around the world have post offices in the terminal buildings—
Airmail: Nextel subscribers can now locate their Federal Express packages on their wireless phones.
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First Known Use of airmail
AIRMAIL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of airmail for English Language Learners
: the system used for sending mail by aircraft; also : mail sent by using this system
AIRMAIL Defined for Kids
Definition of airmail for Students
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