Air travel

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Submitted by gonzaa on Sat, 30/09/2023 - 21:47


i think that in the fourth part there are an incorrect correction because duty free is in the plane category and not in the airport category and is obvious that a entire shop do not enter in a plane

Hello gonna,

Actually, this term is in the 'Things in both an airport and a plane' category and that is correct. There are duty free shops in the airport but you can also often buy various duty free products on the plane itself. Actually, I find it quite annoying when the flight attendants try to sell me things during my journey. Usually I just want to sleep!



The LearnEnglish Team

Submitted by tommyssein67 on Mon, 25/09/2023 - 18:46


it is so good and a little hard for me

Submitted by monamar on Thu, 21/09/2023 - 12:10


Yes I was travelling by air one time every year and some times its twice , I live in Arabic country and my family in Egypt hence I need to visit them and spend one month yearly with them , as for the longest trip it was to United State when I give birth to my kids it takes around 13 hours from my country, I wish I can visit again .

Submitted by DoraX on Thu, 14/09/2023 - 13:27


Hello LearnEnglish Team,
I would like to ask you what is the difference between a "stopover" and a "pit stop". If you say that "you broke your journey" does it mean that you made a stopover, a pit stop or something else? Thank you in advance.

Hello DoraX,

In the context of air travel, we speak of a 'stopover' or 'layover' when we land in one airport and wait for another later flight there.

A pit stop comes from the world of car racing, but people sometimes use it informally to refer to a stop in a journey. Usually it's a car journey and usually people decide to stop to use the bathroom.

All the best,
LearnEnglish team

I've made a mistake... I had to post my questions under the "car" category for I was interested in that context. Can I repost it there or can I continue here my questions?

Hello DoraX,

Don't worry. Please just ask any new questions on the page that deals with cars.

Best wishes,
LearnEnglish team

Submitted by imlix08 on Tue, 12/09/2023 - 06:13


Yes I have travelled by air 3 years ago. The longest flight I have taken was from Davao to Manila. The travel hours was 1 hour and 30 mins.

Submitted by afnan ay on Wed, 06/09/2023 - 08:31


yes, I travelled twice by air in 2012 and 2019m when I went to Libya and came back from it.