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Hemant
Can I say aboard ...? aboard the helicopter aboard the glider aboard the blimp aboard any combat aircrafts
Aug 11, 2018 1:31 AM
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Two other notes: a traditional (cliché) phrase is "All aboard!" A train conductor or sailor might shout this when it's time to board. Also, the plural of aircraft is aircraft. :-)
August 11, 2018
Yes, all of your examples are correct. Aboard the vehicle or vessel means you are on (in) the vehicle as a passenger or crew member. You would not usually use aboard for a smaller vehicle or vessel like a car or rowboat.
August 11, 2018
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