||Another word for airplane.
||The place where you go to fly on a plane
||The designing, making, and flying of aircraft
||To get on the plane.
||When a flight doesn't have
enough seats for the passengers who have tickets for it. 'Bumped'
passengers are given flights at another time and sometimes extra money
or tickets because of it.
||A tote bag or small piece of luggage that you bring on the plane
and keep in an overhead compartment above your seat.
||Where you get your ticket and leave luggage that is too
big to bring as carry on luggage.
||Where the pilot sits and flies the plane
||Where Air Traffic Controllers guide aircraft for safe
landings and take offs.
||The place where you leave the building and go on the plane
||The place where you are going
||A flight that stays in the country
|Estimated Time of Arrival
||The estimated time when you will get to where you
are going, usually called E.T.A.
||A piece of paper that says you have paid for a seat on the plane.
Not a regular hard ticket.
|Federal Aviation Administration
||The government agency in charge of aviation
||The person who serves food and helps the passengers
||A place to wait where any
person--ticketed or not ticketed-- can be.
||A garage for the plane
||A revolving conveyor where your luggage is put at the end
of your trip.
||Where you meet your airline and take your
||The person who flies the plane
||A place to wait where only
people with tickets can be. These people have gone through
||The roadway where the plane lands and takes off
||The section of the
Passenger Terminal in which passengers go through a metal detector and
carry on luggage is x-rayed.
||Person who helps keep you and the airport safe
||When an airplane drives to
or from the runway, over the side 'streets' to and from the terminal.
||Where you sit and wait for your plane