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Britishtourism points that you collect when you fly or when you buy something, and can exchange for free plane tickets. The American word is frequent flyer miles.
tourisminformal to tell someone who has bought a ticket for a plane seat that they cannot fly because the airline has sold too many tickets
part of a plane that is more comfortable and has better service than the part where most people sit. Business class travel is more expensive than economy class travel but less expensive than first class travel
the Civil Aviation Authority: a British organization responsible for the safety of air travel and for controlling air traffic. A similar organization in the US is called the Federal Aviation Administration.
bags that you carry with you on a plane, rather than those that go in the plane’s hold
British the part of a plane in which the seats cost more than economy class or tourist class but less than first class
an arrangement between two airlines in which they both sell seats on a flight using their own flight numbers
an airline that takes passengers fairly short distances to airports where they can catch long-distance flights
the main national airline of a country
relating to a system in which people who often travel by air can get airline tickets free or at a reduced price
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employmentBuzzWord Article
a sensational piece of news which does not map to reality, created to attract attention or damage somebody's reputationadd a word
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