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fly someone or something (into some place) (from some place)

 and fly someone or something in
to transport someone or something to some place from some place. We flew the documents into Adamsville from Springfield. We flew in the documents to Chicago from Springfield.

fly

1. mod. knowledgeable; alert and in the know. This dude is fly; there’s no question about it.
2. mod. nice-looking; stylish. I like your fly shoes, Sam.

fly

/blow the coop
To make a getaway; escape.
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Without the donation of materials from suppliers like Cannon, the 'Flying Wing' would not be flyable.
Stits' son Donald in turn built the smallest monoplane, named the Baby Bird, which has been recognized as the smallest flyable monoplane.
Tellingly, he notes that most of CONSTANT PEG's maintainers refused his requests for interviews or failed to show up, depriving him--and the reader--of fascinating tales of reverse engineering and back-shop wizardry employed to keep the secret aircraft flyable.
She added that the technology cycle would also include computers that are 'drivable, flyable and scannable'.
Guests at the ceremony were able to see the A350 XWB coming to life, with the first two aircraft (the static aircraft and the first flyable aircraft, MSN1) at different stages of final assembly.
Release date- 22102012 - The vertical tail plane of the first flyable A350 XWB (MSN1) has just come out of the paint hall in Toulouse sporting the well-known Airbus blue and white livery.
Mark added: "If anyone does actually find it and it is still flyable, I will even give them a free flight in it.
AIRBUS has delivered the front fuselage for the first flyable A350 XWB (MSN1) to the Final Assembly Line (FAL) at its HQ in Toulouse.
Airbus announced the first flyable A350 XWB wing upper cover manufactured at AirbusO Stade (Germany) site is en route to AirbusO Wing Assembly site in Broughton (UK).
You will have to navigate from the departure point, so if you can't do GPS direct, you'll want your pickup point on some airway or other flyable route to your destination.
Keeping an aircraft flyable that your dad (or granddad) could have flown is a challenge on the best of days.
The algorithms, they have developed, they say, can be used to plan paths that are not only flyable and safe, but can actually be implemented in the real world.
The ruggedized TAGAT tags are tested to SAE AS5678 standards for flyable parts, are compatible with ATA Spec 2000 for RFID tagging, and are interoperable with all standard UHF Gen2 readers.
After they determined the aircraft was still flyable, Woolley made the decision to conduct a second casualty evacuation of several wounded and dead Afghan National Army soldiers.