9 de abril de 2011
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A trip on an airplane is called a ___.
A flight within one country is called a ___ flight.
A flight between different countries is called an ___ flight.
The letters and numbers which identify an airplane making a specific flight are called a ___ ___.
Ordering a seat to be held for you on the day you want to travel is called making a ___.
A printed piece of paper which allows you to travel on an airplane is a ___.
The first thing to do at the airport is ___ ___, which means to register as a passenger for a flight.
A document which identifies you as a citizen of a certain country and which allows you to travel to other countries is called a ___.
A stamp in your passport which allows you to travel to another country is called a ___.
The selection of a specific seat for a trip on an airplane is called ___ ___.
A seat next to the window in an airplane is called a ___ ___.
A seat next to the passage between the rows of seats in an airplane is called an ___ ___.
The suitcases and bags which contain your belongings are called ___.
A bag which you carry with you on the airplane is called a ___ bag.
A small ticket with printed numbers that identify your baggage is called a baggage ___ ___.
A printed card which allows you to get on an airplane is called a___ ___.
A door which leads from the airport building into an airplane is called a ___.
The area where you pick up your baggage after a flight is called ___ ___.
Copyright 1999 by Nevitt Reagan
Prof. Mariano Ignacio
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