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jet off

To fly somewhere. Those celebrities can just jet off to Europe whenever they want. Must be nice.
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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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Many customers are jetting off for some late summer sunshine in popular beach destinations such as Croatia, Egypt, Greece and Spain, for some relaxation before the kids go back to school.
Before jetting off to Africa, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are planning to visit Scotland with their newborn son.
Jetting off Dunblane's Fiona Brown (front row, third right) with the Scotland squad
The 32-year-old was jetting off with their four kids - and 10 cases - after being rocked by claims of the footie ace's boozy antics with a barmaid.
Research from ATOL, the holiday financial protection scheme managed by the UK Civil Aviation Authority, has found 200,000 holidaymakers are expected to commit to jetting off today.
Jetting off Aidan O'Hagan will study in the Caribbean
On July 3, 19-year-old Rebecca Ridsdale will be jetting off to represent England at the event, held this year in the El Gouna, Red Sea Resort in Egypt.
THE Red Arrows are pictured on the runway at Hawarden Airport before jetting off to perform a display in Blackpool.
"Now I've found I can get travel insurance at a sensible price I'm looking forward to jetting off on more trips this year.
People will be jetting off to old favourites such as the Canary Islands and Dubai, and just anywhere you're guaranteed a bit of sun.
FANCY jetting off to the Caribbean or South America for free?
A LIVERPOOL student jetting off to represent England in a modelling competition is hoping it's second time lucky after her local Chinese takeaway had to come to the rescue last time.
NORTH East football legends visited Newcastle International Airport ahead of the region's clubs jetting off on their summer tours of North America.
According to a release by the company, September 13 was the busiest day of the 'Dinky Getaway' with thousands of couples jetting off for the last of the summer sun.
ICE is urging those jetting off abroad this summer to double-check the legal tender of their destination and not to assume that any European country will accept euros.