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airline

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈeəlaɪn/
TRANSPORT a business that operates regular services for carrying passengers or goods by plane: The airline operates between London and top destinations of North America and the Caribbean. This airline operates flights to Mumbai, Jaipur, and Chennai. Australia's national airline Qantas a budget/low-cost/no-frills airline a charter/ commercial airline a domestic/international airline an airline passenger/pilot/ticket the airline business/industry/market
Translations of “airline”
in Korean 항공사…
in Arabic خُطوط جَوّية…
in Portuguese companhia de aviação, linha aérea…
in Catalan línia aèria…
in Japanese 航空会社…
in Italian linea/compagnia aerea…
in Chinese (Traditional) 航空公司…
in Russian авиакомпания…
in Turkish hava yolu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 航空公司…
in Polish linia lotnicza…
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