Air travel

Do the exercises to improve your vocabulary for air travel.

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Submitted by ANMG on Mon, 20/11/2023 - 08:42


I travelled a lot by air. The longest flight I even had was the time that I travelled to Europe. I travelled from Paraguay to Peru and then from Peru to Madrid. I remember I was very tired, because the travel was around of 24 hours, but that won´t stopped me to get out that night that I arrived.

Submitted by Tom Frank on Tue, 17/10/2023 - 08:43


I keen on this test cause it's give me new vocal and knowledge about airport.

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Submitted by monica3889 on Mon, 16/10/2023 - 15:02


I don't fear of flying, on the opposite I love flying. I do all the hostes say, I put hand luggage on the overhead locker, I fasten the safety belt and I relax. I like take some photo to the sky, clouds and cities seen from above. I have only traveled in Europe but my dream is visit lots of country in the world.

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

Duty-free is also used to refer to the goods that are bought in a Duty-free shop and then brought onto the plane.

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 .