At the airport.- C1 Vocabulary

Va acercándose Junio y con él, el verano, las vacaciones y la suerte de viajar para los que la tengan.

Para celebrarlo, os traemos el post de vocabulario de nivel C1, en el que veréis el tema ‘At the airport‘, con términos relacionados con el aeropuerto y además os traemos 2 ejercicios para completar.

Esperamos os sea útil si vais a viajar, y si no, no os preocupéis que nosotras estaremos a vuestra disposición.

airport
(landing) flap
(passenger) cabin
(un) registered:checked luggage
a check-in counter
a stopover
air disturbance
air gust
air hostess; flight attendant
air pocket
air-traffic controller
airfield
airline
airport taxes
airsickness
aisle
aisle seat
altitude
an aircraft
an airport terminal
an emergency landing
an engine
arrival
bag
baggage belt
baggage compartment
baggage delivery hall
baggage in transit
baggage reclaim
black box
boarding
boarding hall
boarding pass – card
boarding time
breakdown
business class
cabin
cabin pressure
cancellation
car hire
carousel
check-in
check-in desk
check-in time
claim
cockpit
control tower
controls
conveyor belt
corridor – aisle
crew
customs  – customs officer
customs checking area
customs duty
customs entry
dans
delay
delayed
departure
departure gate
departure gate
departure lounge
destination
domestic flight
drawback

saving time)
duties
duty
e-ticket
elevator
emergency exit
emergency landing
empennage
engine failure
entrance
entrance hall
escalator
eta : estimated time of arrival
excess baggage
excess baggage
exit
fare
first aid kit
first class
flight
flight duration
flight number
footbridge
fuel tank
fuselage
gate
gmt (greenwich mean time)
hand luggage
helicopter
high-speed flight
id card
information desk; information
insurance
jet lag
jet plane
jet plane/engine
label / tag
landing
landing gear
landing strip (area)
latest check-in time (lct)  – latest boarding time
length; duration
long distance flight  – long haul
luggage
luggage  – hand luggage – hold luggage
map
medium-distance flight  – medium haul
metal detector
monitor
nonstop flight
nose
number
on board
parachute
passenger
passenger ticket
passport
passport control
peak hour

pilot

plane
plane crash
plane disaster
propeller
radar
ramp
reservation / booking
rudder
runway
runway
safety lighting
satellite terminal
schedule – timetable
scheduled flight
seat
seat belt
security check
security checks
slot
sound barrier
speed
stabilizer
steward
steward; flight attendant
stopover
subway
suitcase
tail
tarmac
terminal
termination
the crew
the customs
the landing
the shuttle
the shuttle
ticket
time zone
timetable
to announce
to book
to check in
to fly over
to label  (labelled)
to land  – landing
to stop over at
to take off
to tighten up security
to unpack
toilets
tourist
transit hall
travel agent
traveller
tray table
trip/journey
trolley
turbulence
unaccompanied minor
unattended luggage
unclaimed luggage
underpass
vertical stabilizer
vibration
wide body aircraft
window
window
window seat
wing

EXERCISES C1 VOCABULARY

1. Use a word or words below to complete each sentence. The word may be in a different form.

buffet        cancelled        station        seat belt            departure lounge 
delayed       harbour        quay        cabin           check up        took up        surrendered
deck           destination         passengers           platform           runway           deviated
crew           grounded          landed              flight           flying        diverted        luggage
check in        declared        took off       single         suitcase        life belt        flight attendant

a) I had to __________ my tickets, because I was ill and couldn’t travel.

b) The train for London is now arriving at __________ three.

c) The plane ____________ on time but arrived half an hour late.

d) We finally reached our _______________ after travelling all day.

e) It was hard to find a seat on the train as there were so many ____________.

f) While we were waiting at the station we had a bite to eat in the __________.

g) I felt seasick so I went to my _________ and tried to sleep.

h) Do you want a return ticket, or a ___________?

i) The customs officer asked Bill if he had anything to _____________.

j) There is a small _______________ here for fishing boats and yachts.

k) How much ______________ can I take with me on the plane?

l) The 8.55 ___________ from Hull will be 30 minutes late. We apologise for the .

2. Match the definition with the correct word. 

expedition        flight        tour        voyage           itinerary

package tour    trip         travel                cruise           crossing

a) A journey by ship for pleasure is a ____________

b) A journey by plane is a ______________

c) The plan of a journey is an _____________

d) An informal word for journey. Sometimes meaning a short journey is a _______________

e) A journey for a scientific or special purpose is an ______________

f) A holiday which includes organised travel and accommodation is a ______________

g) Taking journeys, as a general idea is to _____________

h) A journey by sea is a ______________

i) An organised journey to see the sights of a place is a _________________

j) A journey from one side of the sea to the other is a _______________

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