We’ve seen it on airplanes, at home, on billboards, in movies, on the Internet, and in books and other media.
But how did the word “airplane” become so popular?
It began with an old ad from the 1930s, which featured a small plane carrying a couple to their destination.
“It was pretty much just about the same thing,” says David Sorensen, a linguist at the University of Texas, Austin.
“But people were really interested in seeing this new airplane, so it got picked up by the media.
In fact, the phrase “airplanes are awesome” is now widely used in the media as shorthand for the airplane. “
The whole thing just kind of snowballed,” he adds.
In fact, the phrase “airplanes are awesome” is now widely used in the media as shorthand for the airplane.
And the airline industry has responded to the viral trend with a range of advertising campaigns to promote the brand and the plane.
The new ad, for example, includes the line, “Flying is awesome.
It’s an adventure.
And that’s why we fly.”
The ad shows a pilot flying a small, single-engine airplane with an orange, green, or white wing, with an “A” at the front of the fuselage.
At the top of the screen, the pilot sits on the controls, looking out over the plane and saying, “Take off!”
In the middle of the pilot’s seat is a photo of the plane with the words “Aviation” at its center.
It is accompanied by a picture of the person sitting behind the pilot.
“You know, it’s pretty obvious that the airplane is the centerpiece of the ad,” Sorenesen says.
“In the ’30s, there was an aviation magazine called Aviation Week.
And you see the plane on the screen. “
And they’re flying the plane that they’re on.
And you see the plane on the screen.
The pilot is a man named Fred, and he is sitting at the controls. “
The fact that it’s a plane makes it seem like a lot of fun,” he says.
The pilot is a man named Fred, and he is sitting at the controls.
In the picture, Fred is sitting right behind the other man, sitting with his arms crossed over his stomach.
And in the ad, Fred has the “A,” the word airplane, in his eyes.
“That was a very subtle way of putting it, but it was very obvious,” Sockney says.
In some ways, it was a clever marketing strategy.
“There’s an assumption that a person’s flying the airplane, but that’s not always the case,” Sorenson says.
And it’s also a way to sell a product.
“If you think of an airline as a service, and a person has to do it in order to get the product, that’s a very easy way of marketing,” he explains.
And, he says, “It works very well because people buy the product that they want, and then they’re in their seats and the airplane comes in.”
But the phrase is also an odd one for some reasons.
“Some people think of the airplane as a thing that only the rich get,” Sowdersen says, pointing to the logo for his company, Sorener Marketing.
“I don’t think that’s the case.”
He says he thinks the term was coined because, in addition to the plane, the two men are sitting on an airplane that is bigger than the average airplane.
The idea that someone can afford a plane and the people sitting behind him are wealthy is an odd idea to most people, Sorensey says.
But Soreney is quick to say that the word is more commonly used in everyday conversations and among a small circle of people.
And Sorensey thinks it might also be the product of the times.
“People were really looking for the next big thing, so if you’re flying a plane you can go to a big restaurant and they can get you dinner,” he points out.
But the new term “airport” doesn’t make it any less catchy, Sognsen says — and it’s still a term that’s being used in a way that people will probably be confused about for a long time to come.
And some people aren’t quite ready to jump on board the bandwagon.
“For me personally, the airport is still a pretty new concept to me,” says Michael T. Raskin, who teaches language and culture at the Indiana University in Bloomington.
“Even though there’s this new marketing effort to try and create this brand, and to try to make it appealing to a lot more people, the fact that you can get the plane there is still kind of cool. “So I can