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    #1

    "to go with the plane" instead of "to go by plane"

    Hello everybody,

    I'm new to this forum.

    My question is : is it correct to say "to go with the plane" instead of saying "to go by plane"?

    Thanks a lot.

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    #2

    Re: "to go with the plane" instead of "to go by plane"

    Hello David,

    By plane.

    Rgds

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