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jet off

v.
To depart and travel by airplane: They jetted off to Los Angeles for the weekend.
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As the pound reaches a four year high against the Euro, coupled with the fact that there are plenty of bargain holidays still available; regional airports are swarming with holidaymakers' eager to jet off to hot spots around Europe.
GALAXY AT HER FEET Felicity Corke, from Wark village, is hoping to jet off to the US
GLASGOW ROCKS rookie Mike Copeland can't wait to jet off for a family reunion in North Carolina as the Kelvin Hall outfit grab a fiveday festive break.
and one of the replies was somewhat negative, saying there is no need to jet off because Britain is beautiful.
JET off to Memphis for four nights at Elvis Presley's Heartbreak Hotel from pounds 745, pounds 70 off brochure prices, if you book by Friday with United Vacations (0870 606 6358, www.
A TEAM of Liverpool travel consultants are packing their own bags to jet off to the Caribbean in a dream competition.
He has told her to stay at home or to jet off to be with him.
No, he says, Bush almost surely did not jet off to Paris, but the idea of Bush "reviewing plans over dinner with [Reagan Campaign Manager Bill] Casey at Washington's elite Alfalfa Club--the two did in fact meet and dine right after Casey came back from Europe in mid-summer 1980--has a great ring of plausibility.
TOP MARKS: These North Wales school children will jet off to Kuala Lumpar in September after becoming Math Magic national champions.
From there, we jet off to England, looking for giant cats who terrorize farm animals (a recurring beleaguered victim in these studies).
Environment Minister Mr Michael Meacher delivered the tough message to holidaymakers as millions of people prepared to jet off for their holidays.
My son will never ride on the back of an ant or get left behind while I jet off to Paris, and he knows it.
Jet off to Kos in Greece and stay on an all-inclusive basis at the five-star Holiday Village.
A GROUP of young men from Northern Ireland are ready to jet off to compete in the Homeless World Cup in Poland.
But those who are more ambitious and want to jet off to America or "faraway" places featured in glossy holiday brochures will be unable to fly directly from Cardiff Airport.