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Is this okay: My flight is tomorrow to Europe.

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I would probably put a comma:

My flight is tomorrow, to Europe.

This presents the time of the flight as the most important information, and the destination as secondary information.

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I would like to ask one question here. Kindly tell me whether the following sentence is correct.

1) My flight is on tomorrow to Europe.


Thank you.

cat navy 425I would like to ask one question here. Kindly tell me whether the following sentence is correct.
1) My flight is on tomorrow to Europe.

We do not say "on tomorrow". We use "on" with named days of the week, e.g. "on Monday", and named dates, e.g. "on October 15th".

However, your sentence has another possible interpretation, where "on" means something like "happening as planned". I think probably you didn't intend this interpretation.

Yes sir, you are right. Thanks a lot.
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