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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #62628: Travelling by plane
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    Travelling by plane

    Airport  - Air-terminal - freight terminal

    Boarding hall

    Entrance hall

    Transit hall

    Emergency exit

    Check-in desk

    Baggage delivery hall

    Customs checking area

    Conveyor belt


    Departure gate


    Landing strip (area)






    Luggage  - Hand luggage - Hold luggage

    Baggage in transit

    (Un) registered:checked luggage

    Unclaimed luggage

    Unattended luggage

    To label  - labelled

    Baggage identification labels/tags  - Label sticker

    Baggage belt

    Excess baggage

    To unpack


    Passenger ticket

    To book - Booking




    Passport  - passport control

    Boarding pass - card


    Boarding time

    Check-in time

    Latest check-in time (LCT)  - latest boarding time

    Customs  - Customs officer


    Customs entry


    Airport taxes




    Flight number

    Scheduled flight

    Domestic flight

    High-speed flight

    Flight duration

    Non-stop flight

    To stop over

    To take off

    To land  - Landing

    To fly over

    Long distance flight  - long haul

    Medium-distance flight  - medium haul

    Jet plane

    Wide body aircraft



    On board

    Corridor – aisle




    Air hostess



    Unaccompanied minor


    Notice board for the public


    To announce

    Time zone

    Jet lag

    DST : Daylight saving time

    GMT : Greenwich mean time

    Schedule - timetable

    ETD : Estimated time of departure

    ETA : Estimated time of arrival


    Peak hour



    Delay   - To be delayed

    Air disturbance



    Air gust


    Engine failure

    To tighten up security

    Safety lighting

    Plane disaster

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    At Air Line Travel office :

    - Good morning sir , how may I help you?
    - I'd like to make a for a to Paris on the 1st of July please.
    - Yes, do you want a one-way or a return?
    - A one-way please, but I was wondering whether I could get a really low fare.
    - I have got a discount ticket for Paris, but, is June 30 at six in the morning, in Paris at eight-thirty.
    - Well, that's ok, but I was wondering whether I could change the departure date if necessary.
    - I'm afraid that's impossible sir and the rate will be 280 €.
    - Never mind, I'll take it.
    - Here is your ticket, will be at five-thirty, the latest at five o'clock. Enjoy your stay over there sir.

    At the check-in desk

    - Good morning sir, will you give me your ticket and your please.
    - Here you are.
    - Put your suitcases on the please.
    - Can I keep this with me?
    - Of course, but you have it. The are in front of you.
    - Is on time? I didn't see the on the .
    - I'm afraid not, sir, your didn't yet. The boarding time is by an hour. Here is your , West, up the escalator, nine. Enjoy your trip sir.
    - Thank you. Bye.

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