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Sometimes it’s cheaper to fly.
I flew from London to Amsterdam to meet the other members of the group.
We flew into Heathrow on Monday evening.
The bombers were flying over enemy territory.
They flew her home for urgent medical treatment.
Helicopters are helping to fly out survivors.
He had always wanted to learn to fly.
My grandfather flew bombers during the war.
a pilot who flew over 100 missions
I’m flying British Airways this time.
How long does it take to fly the Atlantic?
Not all insects can fly.
A huge eagle came flying past.
White gulls flew over our heads.
A bullet flew past his head.
Pieces of glass and concrete were flying in all directions.
We flew into each other’s arms.
Sheila flew along the corridor to the control room.
The door flew open and the head teacher marched in.
She stood on the clifftop, her grey hair flying in the wind.
Some of the buildings were flying the French flag.
Every American school has a national flag flying outside it.
perfect weather for flying kites
Six months flew by, and it was time to come home again.
The weekend with her family seemed to fly past.
The fire was so suspicious that rumours started flying almost immediately.
There are a lot of wild theories flying around.
It’s a great idea, but will it fly?
Thousands flew the country when he came to power.