Tukanja wrote:Is it right word order if it's been said this way
..who couldn't afford air fares in the past now can travel.
The third way for me is ..can travel now.
Tukanja wrote:What low-cost airlines means?
In my poor opinion, which has grown up from what I've seeing in some both dictionaries and grammar books, it doesn't mean low-cost airline companies.
It means low-cost airline business.
Tukanja wrote:And an airliner means an aircraft which transport the passengers by going at the air.
Also I am interested in knowing what does airline is, in the phrase airline company.
airline company ~ (it means airline business company) I wonder is airline here noun or adjective.
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