Is it correct to use "in the air" in this sentence?
The example sentence:
-Are you going on a visit to New Zealand next Saturday?
-I haven't decided yet. It is still in the air.
I looked up the phrase in the dictionary. The definition is If something is in the air, you feel that it is happening or about to happen, Does the definition make sense in the example sentence? Or do you have any other definitions? : )