Definition of Airmail letter
1. Noun. A letter sent by air mail.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Airmail Letter
airmail letter (current term)
Literary usage of Airmail letter
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1. Florida: The Keysby Don Philpott by Don Philpott (2002)
"A first class airmail letter to anywhere in the US costs 32c, a postcard 20c. A postcard to be sent airmail to the UK or mainland Europe needs a 40c stamp, ..."
2. U. S. Postal Service: Unresolved Issues in the International Mail Market by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"For example, through 1985, the basic international airmail letter rate had bee set at twice the basic domestic letter rate.24 In 1988, however, ..."
3. Florida: Gulf Coast by Don Philpott (2003)
"A first-class airmail letter to anywhere in the US costs 32C and a postcard 20C. A postcard sent airmail to the UK or mainland Europe needs a 40C stamp, ..."
4. Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei by Karl-Heinz Reger (1997)
"A postcard to Europe costs 50 sen. and an airmail letter (up to 90 g) costs 90 sen. Rates are more expensive in Brunei: there, an airmail letter to Europe ..."
5. International Marketing Resource Guide by William A. Delphos, DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... rates lower than the single piece airmail letter rates. Available for all types of mail except parcel post. See page 219. AIRMAIL service is for fast ..."
6. The Voyage of Sabra: An Ecological Cruise Through the Caribbean, with Extras by Michael L. Frankel (1990)
"By contrast, a complete pizza dinner and drink ashore costs $2.50, an airmail letter to the US costs nine cents, and the bus to anywhere in the area costs ..."