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book (one) through
To reserve a spot on a mode of transportation, such as a train or plane, for someone traveling to a particular destination (perhaps with several connections along the way). Sir, I can book you through to Paris from here.
book someone through (to some place)
to make transportation arrangements for someone that involve a number of changes and transfers. The travel agent booked me through to Basra. I would be happy to book you through if you would like.