To fly into

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Definition

to fly into: to travel to by plane, to land in, to stop in; to hit with an airplane
verb
We had to fly into Montreal to get more fuel for the plane, before continuing to Iceland.

to fly to travel by air (in a plane, a helicopter); to engage in flight (like a bird)

The bird flew away. The bird left, went away flying.

I'll be flying to (San Francisco tomorrow): I'll be taking a plane (to San Francisco tomorrow)
idiom

Examples

  • "Of course, I had to fly into Liverpool, then take a bus into Manchester, then a train to London and then fly into New York and again over to San Francisco, but I saved almost $200!"
  • "Of course, I had to fly into Liverpool, then take a bus into Manchester, then a train to London and then fly into New York and again over to San Francisco, but I saved almost $200!"
  • "I'll be flying to Dallas on Tuesday."
  • "This is obviously a great honor, and a few of us will be flying to Los Angeles next week for the award ceremony."

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