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See also: airfreight and air freight


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air-freight (third-person singular simple present air-freights, present participle air-freighting, simple past and past participle air-freighted)

  1. To ship cargo by the use of aircraft.
    • 1992, Dana Stabenow, A Cold Day for Murder, →ISBN, page 41:
      It was the river up which the chinook and sockeye and silver and humpy and dog salmon migrated to lay their eggs and dies or to be tangled in set nets and air-freighted to Anchorage, there to be cleaned and frozen and shipped to restaurants and supermarkets half a world away.
    Because of their urgency the agent will air-freight the parts.