/flɑɪ/v[I/T](past tenseflew/flu/, past participleflown/floʊn/)(TRAVEL THROUGH AIR)
›(of creatures, objects, or aircraft) to move through the air, or (of people) to travel by aircraft: [I]The building just exploded, and glass flew through the air.[I]We enjoy watching the birds fly over the water.[I]Are you planning to fly or drive to Toronto?[I]Some of our pilots have been flying (= operating an aircraft) for 20 years.[I/T]What airline are you flying (on) (= traveling on as a passenger)?