English version

in-flight in Air topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin-flightˈin-flight adjective [only before noun] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š TTAprovided during a plane journey πŸ”Š in-flight entertainment
Examples from the Corpus
in-flightβ€’ There was the provision of food, drink, in-flight entertainment and duty-free goods, and the printing of tickets.β€’ Mr Needleman had spent his life as an airline dietitian, planning in-flight meals.β€’ We sat in our seats like airline passengers watching the in-flight movie without headsets.β€’ in-flight moviesβ€’ We all know about in-flight movies.β€’ The guy flies on planes with a lap top computer plugged into a in-flight phone.β€’ First, the in-flight schedule is sometimes arranged in accord with time in your departure zone.β€’ For there is an unspoken rule that to swoop too eagerly on the in-flight sweet is uncool.β€’ One enterprising airway promotes this idea by showing an in-flight video that leads passengers through such a work-out.