book a flight on/for [date] (preposition)

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karlschilv

Member
Spanish
Hi everyone,

Not sure the correct prepositions for the following sentence:

- I have booked a flight back to Germany (on/for) 9/17.

Thank you!
 
  • Rainrover

    Senior Member
    English - US
    También, se puede usar "on 9/17" cuando "on" indica la fecha del vuelo. La oración "There is a flight back to X on [fecha del vuelo]" es lo que suelo oír. Nunca he oído "There is a flight back to X for [fecha del vuelo]" pero puede que lo hayan oído otros.
     

    BLUEGLAZE

    Senior Member
    English - USA
    There is a flight back to X on [fecha del vuelo]
    Rainrover is correct here.

    Ex.
    I'm going to make my reservation on a flight to Germany on the 17th.
    I plan on booking my flight for the 1st of next month.
    I see they have flights available to Germany leaving at the same time on the 2nd and 3rd also.
     
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