Pronto per le vacanze estive? Oggi imparerai alcune frasi, espressioni e parole molto comuni e usatissime in aeroporto. Gli aeroporti sono luoghi molto stressanti… rendi il tuo volo/viaggio più semplice e leggero, praticando i seguenti vocaboli!
Vocabolario essenziale per sopravvivere in aeroporto
- Takeoff (verbo) – When the plane leaves the ground
- Land (verbo) – Return to the ground after being in air.
Our flight takes off from Pisa at 6:30 and we land in Paris at 8:30.
- Window seat (nome) – Seat next to the window
- Aisle seat (nome) – Seat next to the aisle *pronounced I’ll*
I like a window seat so I can look out at the sky.
I prefer an aisle seat because I don’t like to disturb other passengers when I need to use the toilet.
- On time – When a flight leaves at it’s scheduled time
- Delayed (aggettivo) – When a flight leaves later then its scheduled time.
I hope our flight is on time.
My flight was delayed so i have to stay at the airport for 2 more hours.
- Arrivals – Area for people flying in
- Departure gates – Location for outgoing passengers
I will meet you at the arrivals area when you land.
I always like to go shopping when I ‘m waiting at the departure gates.
To know: baggage/luggage/suitcase
Agent: Would you prefer a window or aisle seat?
Passenger: Window please.
Agent: How many pieces of baggage are you checking in?
Passenger: I have one suitcase to check-in
Passenger: Is the flight on time? I need to land in Miami before 11:00.
Agent: I’m sorry sir the flight is delayed and it won’t take off for another 3 hours.
1. Check-in at the check-in counter
2. Go through security and passport control
3. Wait for your plane at your departure gate
4. Board your plane
Adesso tocca a te: metti in pratica ciò che hai appena imparato.
How many pieces of do you have?
Sorry sir, we don’t have any seats available.
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