airmail

  1. letters and packages that are transported by aircraft
  2. a system of conveying mail by aircraft

airmail

[n] - letters and packages that are transported by aircraft 2. [n] - a system of conveying mail by aircraft 3. [v] - send or transport by airmail
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Airmail

Papers made in the lightest grammages (usually below 40 gsm) for reasons of postage costs, but with strength and a good surface.
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airmail

airpost noun a system of conveying mail by aircraft
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airmail

letters and parcels transported by airplanes. Airmail service was initiated in 1911 in England between Hendon (northwest of London) and Windsor, to ... [2 related articles]
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airmail

airmail, transport of mail by airplanes. Demonstration flights that showed the feasibility of carrying mail by air were made in Great Britain and in the United States in 1911. In the United States, after money for experimentation was appropriated by Congress in 1918, the first regular airmail servic...
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Airmail

Airmail (or air mail) is a mail transport service branded and sold on the basis of being airborne. Airmail items typically arrive more quickly than surface mail, and usually cost more to send. Airmail may be the only option for sending mail to some destinations, such as overseas, if the mail cannot wait the time it would take to arrive by ship, so...
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Airmail

A shot that carries completely over and beyond something in the air
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