I believe it depends on where you sending it and the distance. If you use some private service , mail travels quite fast. For example US - Europe is about 4 working days. Withing the continent much faster. For other destinations eg. US - Australia it could take 1 week. All these estimates are valid for private services, where the cost is larger. For regular post-offices it could take from 1 till 4 weeks, always depending on distance.
The address is just the address. What makes it airmail is writing "airmail" on the envelope and paying airmail postage.
Airmail is a noun, adjective and verb, not an adverb.
Depends on the company. The US Postal Service does not ship or deliver on Sundays.
How fast does a spaceship travel
Aboard the sailing ship Mayflower.
yes, they travel fast.
Airmail is in the air
The adverb aboard is used to modify a verb, to tell more about a verb; for example:"The travel bag that I carried aboard was too heavy to lift into the bin."* Aboard is an adverb when the vehicle is already known."He reached the ship and went aboard.""We ran to the bus and climbed aboard."It is a preposition when used in the sentence:We came aboard the ship together.
about 2 weeks...a month max hope that answers your question
Cortez traveled with 500 men aboard
Airmail is usually 7-14 days from Hong Kong. There is different mail carriers now in Hong Kong and sometimes the airmail used is SAL (Surface Air Lift) which is somewhere between airmail and surface mail in time and price. It goes air over sea and by train over land. Sometimes if there is extra capacity on airmail it goes via air - during off peak times it is pretty much as fast as airmail. The official time is 11-22 days. Surface mail is 6 weekish.
There was no air travel during George Washington's time.
At least one of the presidential limos goes with the President, but not aboard the same plane.
Yes, they travel some fast!
Earle Ovington was involved in airmail development.
The duration of The Airmail Mystery is 3.75 hours.
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No. It's enough to write "Par Avion - By Airmail"clearly in the top left hand corner of your envelope.
about as fast as light
As fast as they want to.
as fast as they possibly can!
Captain Scott led two expeditions to Antarctica, aboard the Discovery in 1901 and aboard the Terra Nova in 1910.