• WordNet 3.6
    • v airmail send or transport by airmail "Letters to Europe from the U.S. are best airmailed"
    • n airmail a system of conveying mail by aircraft
    • n airmail letters and packages that are transported by aircraft
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In literature:

So why would the airmail to Egypt be jammed?
"The Egyptian Cat Mystery" by Harold Leland Goodwin

In news:

After a delivery of express mail destined for Taiwan hit its facility, officials at the International Cargo Centre Shenzhen (ICCS) are trumpeting the "official start of the international airmail business in Shenzhen".
Three historic mailplanes commemorated the anniversary of US airmail by tracing the original coast-to-coast route.
Greece Suspends Airmail Due to Bombs.
Discounts would be discontinued for mailers who spend $2 million or more combined on International Priority Airmail and International Surface Air Lift in the preceding postal service fiscal year.
Crowds were gathered along the shores of San Francisco Bay to witness an epoch-making event–the first commercial airmail flight across the Pacific to Asia.
During the 1920s, photographer Nathaniel Dewell produced iconic portraits of airmail's finest.
Airmail pilots (from left) Jack Knight, Harvey Lange, Lawrence Garrison, "Wild Bill" Hopson, and Andrew Dunphy pose for photographer Nathaniel Dewell in 1922.
A light beacon tower (used for night flying) on the airmail field in North Platte , Nebraska in the mid-1920s.
A light beacon tower (used for night flying) on the airmail field in North Platte, Nebraska in the mid-1920s.
You (formerly Airmail) and Ted Stryker's Drinking Problem at Jabberwocky September 11, 2003.
1920s Airmail Pilot Suited-Up in Winter Gear.
Cardstock: (white) Papertrey Ink Clear stamps: (for you, holiday postmark, snowflake, postage stamp, cancellation marks, airmail border from Postmarks set.
Your WAZ (5BWAZ) certificate can be AIRMAILED (not overnight ship) for an additional $5.00.
All international subscriptions are sent airmail rate .
Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, had one brief, shining moment when airmail pilots used it as a stopover.