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book a flight

This page is about the collocation book a flight

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to buy a ticket for a flight on a plane

For example

  • We always book our flights online.

  • Which flight would you like me to book for you?

Note:
Related collocations include "book a ticket", "book a holiday", "book a trip", "book a tour", etc.

Quick Quiz

If you "book a flight", you

a. take a book on a flight

b. reserve a seat on a plane

c. read about taking a flight

Contributor: Matt Errey