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    To fly a plane / in a plane

    Hello

    I have two questions

    1. Have you ever flown a plane?
    2. Have you ever flown in a plane?

    MEANING
    A: Do they mean the same?
    B: Or the first means 'I was steering the plane' and the second means 'I was a passenger, I travelled by plane'?

    Which is correct A or B?

    Thank you for your help

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    Re: To fly a plane / in a plane

    B.

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