fly to

fly to someone or something

to go to someone or something quickly and eagerly; to flee to someone or something. She flew to his arms as he got off the boat. Harry flew to Gloria and hugged her tight.
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fly to something

to go to something or some place by air. After Miami, we fly to Chicago. Let's fly to Paris for lunch.
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References in classic literature ?
So, if we had the wings, and could escape the Gargoyles, we might fly to that rock and be saved.
Take this end of the rope, fly to the shore and tie it on to a palm- tree; and we'll hold the other end on the ship here.
Reindeer Bay, Alaska - Fly to Anchorage, Alaska, starting from $340 round trip
The key to his success is knowing the water, the trout, the bugs that the trout eat, and how to present a fly to the trout that behaves like the real thing and stays on the water for the maximum amount of time.
Nashville air travelers just got a new way to fly to Atlanta.
From there the planes will fly to the heart of the stratospheric ozone hole, collecting air samples in an area previously explored only by balloons and satellites.
She has to fly to Nashville soon to be formally inducted into the Women in Aviation, International Pioneer Hall of Fame.
Allow the fly to drag unnaturally on the water or choose the wrong color bug, and the fish act like a kid asked to eat broccoli for the first time.
For example, L-dopa and Cognex(R) (Tacrine) are two drugs that work in our neurodegenerative fly to a similar extent as they do in humans.
Mike Itskovich, a 29-year-old plumber from Brooklyn, casts his fly to the marlin streaking through the water.
The usual way is to fly to Loreto and rent a car (with reservations) for the two- to three-hour drive west.
Reynolds asked me to fly to give the sonic booms more historic significance,'' Yeager, 77, said Wednesday after climbing from an F-15 Eagle fighter jet after a practice flight.
The idea behind dead-drift nymphing is to allow the fly to drift in a natural manner - a dead motion, if you will - through the current to a spot where a fish is waiting for food to come to it.
Another common technique is to attach an extra fly to the leader so that the eye of its hook slides freely between two knots.