Translation of airmail in Spanish:


correo aéreo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɛrˌmeɪl/ /ˈɛːmeɪl/


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    correo aéreo masculine
    (paper/envelope) (before noun) de avión
    to send sth (by) airmail mandar / enviar algo por avión / por vía aérea
    • the airmail edition of The Times la edición aérea del Times
    • Delivery takes 3-4 weeks by airmail, or 5-7 weeks by boat; there is a no-time-limit, 100% money-back guarantee.
    • Sussmann has passed on my documents by airmail to Georg.
    • Their March edition, I've just received it by airmail, it has some excellent and thought-provoking and theologically astute articles about the issue.
    • The charge for international postal packages sent by land or by airmail is raised by an average of 30 per cent.
    • Price: $8 USD for overseas orders, 20 shekels in Israel, including airmail postage.
    • In keeping with the idea that the students were to produce a book, 1 told them that their third drafts would be sent by airmail to an environmental historian who did not know them.
    • The act shifted responsibility for overseeing airmail from the U.S. Army to the Post Office Department after several pilots were killed in accidents due to inexperience and faulty equipment.
    • I know the price includes postage, but normal airmail to and from the US usually takes anywhere between one and three weeks.
    • The following year, on 25 September, Earle Ovington flew the first Post Office sanctioned airmail as part of an aerial meet at Garden City, New York.
    • There is an unrestricted ‘full letter rate’, for which you can send anything at all, but there are two other special airmail postal rates (which both cost around half as much).
    • International orders will be sent using Expresspost (to participating countries) or by registered airmail.
    • Under legal system, the remitter can send a bank draft via airmail to his/her relatives.
    • It was one of the few that sold letter pads of onionskin paper, lightweight and therefore used primarily for airmail so one could save on postage.
    • I finished the order - now paranoid that the face of the parcel doesn't meet the standards required for airmail.
    • On 20 April, TWA inaugurated America's first 24-hour coast-to-coast airmail and express service.
    • A subscription costs $116.00 a year and $12.00 extra for airmail to the U.S.
    • The leaves arrived the next week via airmail in a bubble-wrap envelope marked at customs by the U.S. Postal Service as ‘incense.’
    • Then came the internet, credit cards and cheap international airmail.
    • It's true that you do have to be patient with the orders - even if you pay for expedited delivery or airmail, it can still sometimes take months to receive an order, so you must order far in advance of when you need the product.
    • They're sending our things via airmail tomorrow.

transitive verb

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    mandar por avión
    mandar por vía aérea
    enviar por avión
    enviar por vía aérea