book on

book (one) on (something)

To reserve a spot for oneself or another on a mode of transportation, such as a train or plane. My flight was canceled, but someone at the airline was able to book me on another one that leaves today, thank goodness.
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book someone on something

to reserve a place for someone on some travel conveyance. They booked us on a direct flight to San Juan. He booked himself on a flight to Manaus.
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E.ON used to book on a long-term basis the significant majority of the available transport capacity at entry points into its own gas transmission networks.