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An airgram (abbr. agam or agram) is a U.S. diplomatic term for a message sent by courier via the diplomatic bag instead of by telegram.

The words "AIR" and "GRAM" separated by a mark which resembles an elongated "V" is a trademarked design used on envelopes and referred to as an AirGram.[1] This product is primarily used in quick turn around direct mail to express a sense of urgency to the mail recipient.[2] It was first used for this purpose in 1992.


  1. ^ "Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS)". Retrieved 2016-07-07. 
  2. ^ "Air Grams : Bulk Mail Postcards : Direct Mailing Postcards :". Retrieved 2016-07-07.