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AIRPORT VOCABULARY
Words and phrases for describing airports and air
travel
PARTS OF THE AIRPORT
Looking around an airport
CONTROL TOWER
RUNWAY
CHECK-IN DESK
DEPARTURE LOUNGE
BOARDING GATE
SECURITY AREA
ARRIVAL HALL
BAGGAGE CLAIM
DUTY FREE SHOP
IMMIGRATION DESK
PEOPLE
On the airplane or in the airport
PILOT
FLIGHT ATTENDANT
GROUND STAFF
PARTS OF AN AIRPLANE
AISLE
AISLE SEAT
WINDOW SEAT
OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT
HAND LUGGAGE
DON’T FORGET!
What you need to bring to the airport
PASSPORT
BOARDING PASS
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Airport ESL Vocabulary

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This presentation gives your students the most important ESL airport vocabulary. It features words and phrases to describe parts of an airport, the people who work there, as well as covering the airplane itself. This should give ESL learners everything they need to successfully navigate an airport in English.

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Airport ESL Vocabulary

  1. 1. AIRPORT VOCABULARY Words and phrases for describing airports and air travel
  2. 2. PARTS OF THE AIRPORT Looking around an airport
  3. 3. CONTROL TOWER
  4. 4. RUNWAY
  5. 5. CHECK-IN DESK
  6. 6. DEPARTURE LOUNGE
  7. 7. BOARDING GATE
  8. 8. SECURITY AREA
  9. 9. ARRIVAL HALL
  10. 10. BAGGAGE CLAIM
  11. 11. DUTY FREE SHOP
  12. 12. IMMIGRATION DESK
  13. 13. PEOPLE On the airplane or in the airport
  14. 14. PILOT
  15. 15. FLIGHT ATTENDANT
  16. 16. GROUND STAFF
  17. 17. PARTS OF AN AIRPLANE
  18. 18. AISLE
  19. 19. AISLE SEAT
  20. 20. WINDOW SEAT
  21. 21. OVERHEAD COMPARTMENT
  22. 22. HAND LUGGAGE
  23. 23. DON’T FORGET! What you need to bring to the airport
  24. 24. PASSPORT
  25. 25. BOARDING PASS
  26. 26. Thanks for enjoying this PPT. Get the full lesson and more teaching resources at my blog. For IELTS lessons based on TED talks, see my other site.

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