redeye

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redeye

An overnight flight that arrives at its destination very early in the morning. Primarily heard in US. My original flight was cancelled, so I caught the redeye back to Philadelphia and got in at 4 in the morning.
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In an unusual ad campaign for the musical Jersey Boys, when customers opened a RedEye newsrack, they heard Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons singing their oldie hit Sherry.
When a RedEye lands in their lap, they're happy enough to read it, even downright enthusiastic about it, but if they have to cross the street to find an honor box and then fumble for a quarter--well, that's too much trouble, they tell us.
Ascher flew into Los Angeles over the weekend and met with most members of the 13-person board by the time he was to catch a redeye flight back to New York on Monday night, sources said.
A RedEye announcement quoted the frequent "Five on Five" contributor, Bag Boy, who wears a shopping bag over his head: "Facebook is for delusional people with too much time on their hands.
The second Seattle to Newark flight operates as a redeye, complementing the existing morning flight.
Moore doesn't expect the move to impact the average age of a RedEye reader, which is 35.