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short-haul

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/ˈʃɔːthɔːl/ TRANSPORT
travelling or transporting people or goods over a short distance: Airlines have dropped meals altogether on many short-haul flights. He predicted that some short-haul carriers would shut down. The more crowded the skies, the less attractive flying becomes, particularly in valuable short-haul markets such as Europe. a short-haul destination/route/service →  Compare long-haul
Translations of “short-haul”
in Chinese (Traditional) 短途的…
in Russian перевозящий на короткие дистанции…
in Turkish kısa mesafe seyahat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 短途的…
in Polish krótkodystansowy…
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