airplane /ˈɛːpleɪn/ a flying vehicle with wings and one or more engines Example:
airport /ˈeəpɔːt/ (n) a place where planes land and take off and that has buildings for passengers to wait in Example: I went to the airport to catch a flight to San Francisco.
call button /kɔːl ˈbʌt(ə)n/ Example:
duty free shop /ˈdjuːti friː ʃɒp/ a shop in an airport or on a ship, etc. that sells goods such as cigarettes, alcohol, perfume , etc. without tax on them Example:
information desk / /ɪnfəˈmeɪʃ(ə)n dɛsk/ / a place in a public building, store, etc. where you can go to get information, for example about where to find things in the building Example: I asked at the station information desk where the taxi rank was.
life vest /lʌɪf vɛst/ a jacket without arms that can be filled with air, designed to help you float if you fall in water Example:
passport /ˈpɑːspɔːt/ (n) an official document that identifies you as a citizen of a particular country, and that you may have to show when you enter or leave a country Example: I was stopped as I went through passport control (= where passports are checked).
seat belt /siːt bɛlt/ a belt that is attached to the seat in a car or plane and that you fasten around yourself so that you are not thrown out of the seat if there is an accident Example:
sick bag /sɪk baɡ/ a paper bag on a boat or plane into which you can vomit Example:
visa /ˈviːzə/ a stamp or mark put in your passport by officials of a foreign country that gives you permission to enter, pass through or leave their country Example: