pilot /ˈpaɪlət/
(noun) a person who operates the controls of an aircraft, especially as a job
Example: a fighter pilot

customs /ˈkʌstəmz/
(noun) the government department that collects taxes on goods bought and sold and on goods brought into the country, and that checks what is brought in
Example: a customs officer

Aisle /aɪl/
(noun) a passage between rows of seats in a church, theatre, train, etc., or between rows of shelves in a supermarket
Example: I love sitting between the aisles and reading a novel by Jane Austin.

aviation /ˌeɪviˈeɪʃn/
(noun) the designing, building and flying of aircraft
Example: One of the most exciting and emerging fields of engineering is aviation.

cockpit /ˈkɑːkpɪt/
(noun) the area in a plane, boat or racing car where the pilot or driver sits
Example: In an airplane cockpit, pilots and crew have precise standard check.

copilot /kəʊˈpʌɪlət/
(noun) is the second pilot of an aircraft
Example: I decided to tell my copilot I was having a problem.

first-class section
first-class section /fəːst klɑːs ˈsɛkʃ(ə)n/
Example: I bought a seat in first-class section.

emergency exit
emergency exit /ɪˈməːdʒ(ə)nsi ˈɛksɪt/
is a special exit for emergencies such as a fire
Example: I was extremely fortunate to be seated directly in front of an emergency exit.

control tower
control tower /kənˈtrəʊl taʊər/
(noun) a building at an airport from which the movements of aircraft are controlled
Example: Kurdish workers are busy on the control tower.

carousel /ˌkærəˈsel/
(noun) a round platform with model horses, cars, etc. that turns around and around and that children ride on at a fairground
Example: They were waiting for their luggage to appear on the carousel at Heathrow airport.

ETA /ˈiːtə/
(noun) the 7th letter of the Greek alphabet (H, η)
Example: What's your ETA?