Some people ride airplanes, while other people ride aeroplanes. In some cases, one person might be riding an airplane, while the person in the adjacent seat is riding an aeroplane.
How is this possible?
It seems hard to believe, but due to spelling differences in regional English, two people sitting next to each other in the same vehicle might use a different word to describe that vehicle.
But which version should you use? If both words can describe the same aircraft at the same time, it might not seem to matter. Continue reading to learn more.