AirportThe following page has learning games and example sentences using the following 22 words from the "airport" category:
Pairs: getting ready...
- Your mission is to pair pictures with their correct titles in as few a clicks as possible.
- Click on a card to turn it. Next, try to find its partner by clicking on a second card. (If you fail to find a match with your second click, both cards will turn again.)
- This is a memory game as well as a vocabulary-learning game.
- Click on your first card to start. Good luck!
to take off
the action of an aircraft becoming airborne and leaving the ground at the beginning of a flight
- Planes go up in the sky.
- Taking off is how flights start.
- Planes need a lot of space to take off.
- The airplane taxied to the runway and prepared to take off.
- Passengers are required to fasten their seatbelts when the plane is about to take off.
- The moment of takeoff is always exhilarating.
a seat on an airplane or other form of transportation located next to a window
- The window seat is by the window.
- People like to look out of window seats.
- Window seats let you see outside.
- She prefers to book a window seat to enjoy the view during the flight.
- Window seats are popular among passengers who like to gaze outside.
- He watched the clouds go by from his comfortable window seat.
a powered flying vehicle with fixed wings and a weight greater than that of the air it displaces
- An airplane flies in the sky.
- Airplanes take people to faraway places.
- Airplanes have wings and engines.
- The airplane taxied down the runway before taking off into the sky.
- Airplanes have revolutionized long-distance travel and transportation.
- He's fascinated by the mechanics of how an airplane stays in the air.
a seat on an airplane or other form of transportation located along the aisle, typically providing easier access to the restroom and cabin crew
- The aisle seat is by the aisle.
- Aisle seats have more space to move.
- Aisle seats are next to the walkway.
- Passengers who prefer to stretch their legs often choose the aisle seat.
- The flight attendant walked down the aisle, offering drinks to passengers.
- She requested an aisle seat to have more room to move around.
the area in an airport where passengers retrieve their checked luggage after a flight
- Baggage claim is where you get your bags.
- People wait for their luggage at baggage claim.
- Baggage claim is after the flight.
- After the long flight, they headed to the baggage claim area to collect their suitcases.
- Baggage claim can sometimes be a chaotic place with passengers searching for their bags.
- He realized he had left his laptop in the overhead locker when he reached baggage claim.
a document issued to a passenger, typically in the form of a paper ticket or electronic barcode, that grants access to a flight
- A boarding pass is your ticket.
- You need a boarding pass to get on the plane.
- Boarding passes have your name.
- He printed out his boarding pass at home to save time at the airport.
- Passengers must present their boarding passes and identification during the security check.
- She scanned her mobile boarding pass at the gate to board the plane.
the process of arriving at an airport or hotel and registering as a guest or passenger
- Check-in is where you start your flight.
- You check in at the airport counter.
- Check-in is before security.
- They arrived at the airport early to complete the check-in process.
- Online check-in is a convenient option that allows passengers to skip the line at the airport.
- The check-in counter was bustling with travelers.
the compartment in an aircraft where the pilot and co-pilot operate the controls and instruments
- The cockpit is where the pilot sits.
- The cockpit has all the controls.
- Only pilots go in the cockpit.
- Only authorized personnel are allowed to enter the cockpit during a flight.
- The pilot announced over the intercom from the cockpit.
- The cockpit is equipped with advanced navigation and communication systems.
a tall structure at an airport from which air traffic controllers manage the movement of aircraft on the runways and in the airspace
- The control tower is tall and has windows.
- People in the control tower talk to pilots.
- The control tower helps planes land safely.
- The air traffic controller in the control tower guided the plane to its designated runway.
- The control tower plays a crucial role in ensuring safe takeoffs and landings.
- He had a great view of the airport from the control tower.
a member of the cabin crew on an airplane responsible for ensuring the safety and comfort of passengers during a flight
- Flight attendants help on the plane.
- Flight attendants give you food and drinks.
- Flight attendants wear uniforms.
- The flight attendant demonstrated how to fasten the seatbelt and use the oxygen mask.
- Flight attendants serve meals and beverages to passengers during the flight.
- She aspired to become a flight attendant from a young age.
the designated area in an airport where passengers wait to board their flights
- The gate is where you wait for your flight.
- The gate has a number on it.
- People line up at the gate before boarding.
- They arrived at the gate early to ensure they wouldn't miss their flight.
- The gate was crowded with travelers waiting for their boarding call.
- The gate agent announced the final boarding call for the flight.
a personal flotation device worn by passengers on airplanes and boats to aid in buoyancy and water survival in case of an emergency
- A life jacket keeps you safe in water.
- Life jackets are on planes and boats.
- Life jackets float in water.
- Before takeoff, the flight attendant demonstrated how to use a life jacket in case of a water landing.
- Life jackets are stored under the seats for easy access during emergencies.
- Passengers were instructed to put on their life jackets during the water evacuation drill.
bags, suitcases, and other containers used for carrying personal belongings when traveling
- Luggage is bags and suitcases.
- People put clothes in their luggage.
- Luggage goes in the plane's hold.
- They checked their luggage at the counter before heading to security.
- Overhead lockers are used to store carry-on luggage during the flight.
- She packed her luggage with care, making sure not to forget anything.
a storage compartment above passenger seats in an airplane cabin used for stowing carry-on luggage
- The overhead locker is above your seat.
- People put bags in the overhead locker.
- The overhead locker is for carry-on items.
- Passengers are advised to place their smaller bags in the overhead lockers during the flight.
- He struggled to fit his oversized backpack into the overhead locker.
- The flight attendant assisted a passenger in retrieving a bag from the overhead locker.
a person who is traveling in a vehicle, such as an airplane, ship, train, or car, but is not the driver or operator
- A passenger is someone on the plane.
- Passengers sit in seats.
- There are many passengers on a flight.
- Passengers should remain seated with their seatbelts fastened during turbulence.
- The airplane was filled with passengers of various ages and backgrounds.
- She struck up a conversation with her seatmate, a fellow passenger.
an official document issued by a government that identifies a person as a citizen and allows them to travel internationally
- A passport is an important travel document.
- You need a passport to go to other countries.
- A passport has your picture and information.
- He presented his passport and boarding pass to the immigration officer.
- A valid passport is required to enter many foreign countries.
- She carefully placed her passport in a secure travel wallet.
a person who is trained and qualified to operate an aircraft and is responsible for its navigation and control during flight
- The pilot flies the plane.
- Pilots have special training.
- Pilots wear uniforms.
- The pilot announced the estimated arrival time and weather conditions for the destination.
- Pilots undergo extensive training and must pass rigorous exams to obtain their licenses.
- She admired the skills and expertise of the experienced pilot.
a long, straight strip of paved surface at an airport, used for takeoffs and landings of airplanes
- The runway is where planes take off and land.
- Runways are long and flat.
- Planes go really fast on the runway.
- The airplane taxied toward the runway in preparation for takeoff.
- The control tower cleared the runway for the approaching aircraft.
- She watched as the airplane touched down smoothly on the runway.
a safety belt or harness designed to secure passengers in their seats to prevent injury during sudden stops or turbulence
- A seatbelt keeps you safe in the seat.
- People must wear seatbelts during takeoff and landing.
- Seatbelts click and hold you in place.
- The flight attendant reminded passengers to fasten their seatbelts when the seatbelt sign was illuminated.
- Wearing a seatbelt is a crucial safety measure during flights and car journeys.
- He reached for the seatbelt and clicked it securely in place.
measures and procedures put in place to protect individuals and property from harm or threats, especially at airports
- Security checks your bags at the airport.
- Security keeps the airport safe.
- You go through security before your flight.
- Passengers must go through security screening before entering the departure area.
- Airport security is essential to ensure the safety of all travelers.
- The security personnel conducted thorough checks of carry-on bags.
the building at an airport where passengers arrive, depart, check in, and wait for flights
- The terminal is the airport building.
- Terminals have shops and restaurants.
- People wait for their flights in the terminal.
- They arrived at the terminal well in advance of their flight's departure time.
- The airport terminal is equipped with various amenities for travelers.
- She met her friend at the arrivals terminal after a long journey.
the action of an aircraft descending and coming in contact with the ground or a runway at the end of a flight
- Planes come down from the sky to land.
- Landing is how flights end.
- Landing is smoother than takeoff.
- The airplane began its descent as it prepared to land at the destination airport.
- Passengers applauded the pilot's smooth landing.
- He felt a sense of relief as the plane touched down safely.
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