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I need creative ways to say "I flew to the US." Is there anything wrong with the followings. And please add more ways. Thank you for your help.

  1. I flew to the US.
  2. I took a flight to the US.
  3. I booked a flight to the US.
  4. I traveled to the US by flying United Airline.
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There are really only two ways to express this: 1) explicitly saying you flew; or 2) by implying flying.

In your examples

I flew to the US. (obviously correct)
I took a flight to the US. (obviously correct)
I booked a flight to the US. (not necessarily correct, you have a ticket but may not have flown)
I traveled to the US by flying United Airlines. (obviously correct)

Other ways of saying it

I went to the US by United Airlines. (flying implied, since using an airlines)
I jetted to NYC. (synonym for flying)
We went via JFK. (implied since JFK is an airport)

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