**estar en viaje

Does this sentence exist? Someone said it means 'i'm on a business trip'

  • It means to be "on a trip". Not necessarily a business trip It's best to say de viaje but en is ok. it is like in English saying "on a trip" or saying "traveling". – DGaleano Jun 25 '20 at 19:32

This is the fact to "be on travel" = "estar en viaje" (literally).

Makes sense if you try to say e.g. "At 12:00 I will be on travel".

In english, instead of "...on travel", we use to say "...on the way".
In spanish it's fine, "A las 12:00 voy a estar en viaje" or "...en camino".

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