Dec 172013

Travel English: On the Airplane: Most of us have have been on airplanes. There are many reasons why you might want to call the cabin crew, but do you know what to say? In this lesson we will learn the phrases that you can use to talk to the airline staff to get service on an airplane.



Airline : An airline is an organization providing a regular passenger air service.

Staff : Staff is all the people employed by a particular organization.

Blanket : A blanket is a large piece of woolen or similar material used as a bed covering or other covering for warmth.

Schedule : To schedule means to arrange or plan an event to take place at a particular time.

Journey : Journey is an act of travelling from one place to another.

Landing : Landing is an instance of coming or bringing something to land, from the air or water.

Meals : Any of the regular occasions in a day when reasonably a large amount of food is eaten.

Moment : A moment is a very brief period of time.

Hydrated : Hydrated means cause to absorb water.

Flights : It is the action or process of flying through the air.

Flight attendant : A flight attendant is an airline steward or stewardess.

Immigration : The action of coming to live permanently in a foreign country.

Lend : To lend means to grant someone the use of something on the understanding that it shall be returned.

Crew member : A crew member is the member of a flight crew.

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