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airfare

[air-fair] /ˈɛərˌfɛər/
noun
1.
the price charged for transportation by airplane.
Also, air fare.
Origin
1915-1920
1915-20; air1 + fare
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  • These spots are scattered around the world, and all are worth the airfare.
  • The conference organizers are covering these costs, including airfare and hotels.
  • Fund raising is under way to raise additional money for clothing, personal spending money, and return airfare.
  • As in corporate hiring situations, finalists should never have to pay in advance for anything, including airfare and meals.
  • In both cases airfare, accommodation, and dinners were provided.
  • It appears that your salary is airfare, room and board on the trip, but that is not clear.
  • Actual value may vary based on airfare fluctuations and distance between departure and destination.
  • Domestic airfare, land transfers, and meals are included.
  • Actual value may vary based on airfare fluctuations and distance between departure and destination.
  • The winning writers will be provided with airfare, hotel and meals for their respective world premiere screenings.

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