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Example Sentences for "charter"

We got a really good deal on a charter flight to Spain last fallThe Tacoma team chartered a bus to take them to the tournament in Seattle.

We got a really good deal on a charter flight to Spain last fall.

The Red Cross has chartered a number of planes to carry food and medical supplies to the region.

According to the United Nations Charter, everyone has the right to a fair trial.

My friends and I got together, and chartered a bus to take us to Mount Washington for a weekend of skiing.

If you get in on a charter, the cost of your flight will be much lower.

They took a charter boat up the Ganges River for three days while they were travelling in India.

Most countries have signed the International Charter of Rights, but not all of those countries actually follow what it says.

My brother and his wife went on a wonderful chartered cruise down the Nile River last year.

Instead of everyone taking their own car, we have decided to charter a bus for the parents and players to go up island for the hockey tournament.

In 1945, representatives of 50 countries met in San Francisco at the United Nations Conference on International Organization to draw up the United Nations' Charter.

A destination for charter flights from the Continent is Luton, the smallest of London's airports.

In 1681, the King of England signed a charter giving the region of Pennsylvania to William Penn as payment for a debt.

Discussion question: Would you rather travel by yourself or as part of a charter?

Find someone who has gone on a charter tour.


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