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#EngTrivia: Important phrases in an airport

(Source: onemileatatime.boardingarea.com)

This time, we are going to discuss some important phrases you might find in an airport.

You might find these phrases/questions important when you are planning to go abroad. Thus, mark them somewhere in case you need it someday so that you may prepare what to answer when asked.

Phrases when you check-in

  1. ‘Your passport and ticket, please.”
    Meaning: Toling perlihatkan tiket dan paspormu.
  2. “Are you checking-in any bags?”
    Meaning: Ada tas yang mau disimpan di bagasi pesawat?
  3. “Would you like a window or an aisle seat?”
    Meaning: Mau duduk di samping jendela atau di samping lorong?
  4. “There’s an excess baggage charge of $XX.”
    Meaning: Ada biaya kelebihan bagasi sebesar $XX.
  5. “Did you pack your bags yourself?”
    Meaning: Anda mengepak tas Anda sendiri?
  6. “Has anyone had access to your bags in the meantime?”
    Meaning: Ada yang membuka tas kamu beberapa saat lalu?
  7. “Do you have any liquids or sharp objects in your hand baggage?”
    Meaning: Ada cairan atau benda tajam di tas jinjing/backpackmu?

Phrases in security check area.

  1. “Could you put any metallic objects into the tray, please?”
    Meaning: Tolong letakkan semua barang berbahan metal di nampan/baki.
  2. “Please empty your pockets and put the contents in the tray.”
    Meaning: Kosongkan kantong Anda dan letakkan isinya di baki.
  3. Please take your laptop out of its case.”
    Meaning: Keluarkan laptop Anda dari tempat/tas/sarungnya.

That’s all. Hope they help you prepare your travel better. Bon voyage!

Source: https://www.speaklanguages.com/english/phrases/travelling-by-air


Compiled and written by @wisznu at @EnglishTips4u on Thursday, February 18, 2016

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#EngQuiz: My Airplane Trip

It is Saturday afternoon in Indonesia and hope you have a great day so far :) So who’s up for some #EngQuiz today? :)

There are more people travelling using airplanes these days in Indonesia.I want to see if fellas know all these words that I will be mentioning. I will tell a story about my trip then Fellas have to explain the meaning of the words in brackets.

E.g. I have to go to the (1.Departure) gate now

Then you should answer the meaning or explain what Departure is in Indonesian or English :), is it clear?

Okay, I will start the #EngQuiz now :) Let’s test our knowledge!

My Airplane Trip

I was going for a trip with my family several weeks ago so we went to the (1.Airport).

Yet before that my father made sure that we all bring our (2.National ID Card) or (3.Passport).

As we got there we had to go to the (4.Departure) gate to (5.Check-in) at the counter.

In this counter we also checked in our (6. Baggage).

We then went to the (7.Boarding Gate) to wait for our plane.

On the (8. Boarding pass) we get it stated our details an (9. Seat number).

I cannot wait to be in the (10.Arrival) gate of our destination!



@Caesarros: An airport is a location where aircraft such as fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, and blimps take off and land.

@skullhonggg: The airplanes hub and flight activities happen #


@aretti_sari:  KTP, for national use only.


@aretti_sari: International use, an indentity book so that we can go to another country.


@hzuhrah11: Keberangkatan


@lia_neyh: To confirm the flight; get a seat on aircraft.


@AnindiitaPS: Baggage is any bags, suitcase, or personal belonging packed in suitcase of traveller/passenger.


@lia_neyh: Is a place where to show your boarding pass and get on a plane.

@wdryay: boarding gate is a place where you show your boarding pass before flight departure


@AnindiitaPS: Boarding pass: The document about the passanger, flight number, seat number, the date and scheduled time for departure.

@wdryay: Boarding pass is a document issued by the airline that allows you to board legally.


@AnindiitaPS: Seat number: The specific number of seat where passenger able to sit on plane by ticket.


@AnindiitaPS: Arrival: Kedatangan seorang di negara tujuan.

That’s it fellas! Thank you for your participation!

Compiled and written by @daedonghae at @EnglishTips4U on August 31, 2013