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Airline Vocabulary
part of speech | Meaning | Example sentence |
noun | cost of a plane ticket | The cost of your meal is covered in your airfare. |
noun | the long empty space that you walk down | Please keep your bags out of theaisle so that nobody trips. |
aisle seat
noun | the seat that is next to the aisle | I'll give you an aisle seat in case you need to walkaround with the baby. |
verb | help | Please wait until everyone is off the plane so that we can assist you. |
noun | the bags and suitcases that travellers put their belongings in | I'm afraid your baggage got on the wrong airplane. |
baggage, luggage claim
noun | place where you pick up your baggage after arrival | The announcement will direct you to the correct baggageclaim. |
noun | warm covering | If you feel cold I can get you ablanket. |
boarding pass
noun | part of the ticket that you give to the crew as you step onto the plane | Your must present your boarding pass at the gate. |
bumpy, rough
adj | up and down movement of the aircraft | It might be a bumpy ride because we are flying through a storm. |
noun | interior of theaircraft | There is no smoking allowed inside the cabin. |
call light
noun | a button passengers can press to get a crew member's attention | If you need anything, just press thecall light. |
noun | the person who is in charge of the plane | Would the kids like to go and meet the captain? |
noun | discount airline | If you take a charter it will cost you half as much. |cockpit
noun | the part of the plane where the captain and his co-pilots sit | We aren't doing any more tours of the cockpit because it's almost time to land. |
adjective | feel good physically, able to relax | Because you have long legs you might be more comfortable in an aisle seat. |
adjective | free of charge | We offer complimentary coffee or tea, but you have topay for alcohol. |
noun | person who helps the captain fly the plane | If the captain gets sick the co-pilotcan take over. |
adjective | within the same country | You should be at the airport two hours ahead of time for domesticflights. |
emergency exit
noun | section of the plane that opens in the case of an accident | Are you comfortable sitting next to the emergencyexit? |
noun | airfare purchased on the internet | You will need to present your identification along with your e-ticket. |
excess baggage
noun | heavier/more bags than you are allowed | You can either pay for your excess baggage or leave one of your bags behind. |
noun/adj | more expensive seating, with better services | When you sit in first-class you get a better mealto eat. |
noun | place where passengers go to wait to board a plane | Gate 3B is down this hall and to your right. |
headset, earphones
noun | device that allows passengers to listen to music or a movie | We will be coming around to sellheadsets for five dollars. |
adj | worldwide | For international departures, go up one level. |
jet lag
noun | tiredness due totravelling through different time zones | I'm used to travelling now. My body doesn't suffer from jet lag anymore. |
verb | returning to the ground after being in the air | We will be landing in Tokyo in approximately ten minutes. |
life vest, life jacket
noun | a blow-up device that you put on in an emergency over water | Please take a moment to locate thelife vest under your seat. |motion sickness
noun | a bad feeling in the stomach that passengers get during a rough ride | There is a paper bag in front of you in case you experience motion sickness. |
adj | more passengers than available seats | The flight is overbooked. Four of our passengers will have to wait for the next flight. |
overhead bin/compartment
noun | place above the seats for storing luggage...
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