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Example sentences for airmail

Once airmail became accepted, the government transferred airmail service to private companies.
Airmail items receive preferential customs treatment and are submitted to customs separately from surface mail.
Early economic regulation of airlines by the government concerned mainly their participation in the airmail system.
As the system of airmail routes expanded, pilots began keeping notebooks they could fit in their pockets or hold in their hand.
These visual landmarks or maps were fine for daytime, but airmail operated around the clock.
If airmail delivery is desired, additional coupons can be purchased.
Perishable articles or edible substances are admitted only by airmail.
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