In Imeachtaí By Oksana

Air travel. Taisteal d’aer i mBéarla

Má tá tú ag dul chun taisteal ar eitleán, tá sé tábhachtach a bheith ar an eolas:


  • An próiseas clárúcháin checking in
  • Srianta ar líon na bagáiste a sheiceáil a limit to the amount of luggage you can check
  • Rialacha maidir leis an mbagáiste a sheoladh-ar “ carry-on ” luggage
  • Tom, cad a tharlaíonn má tá do bhagáiste caillte what happens if the airline loses your luggage
  • Ciallaíonn sin «ró-áirithint» “ overbooking ”
  • Ciallaíonn «staid ullmhacht» “ standby ”
  • Tom, cén fáth a bhfuil gá duit chun teacht ar an aerfort chomh luath sin “ why you have to arrive to the airport so early ”
  • Cad a tharlaíonn má tá tú déanach le haghaidh eitilte nascadh “ connecting flight ”
  • Cad atá le déanamh má tá do eitilte curtha ar ceal “ flight is cancelled ”
  • Is é sin «dúnta» dáta “ blackout ” dates

Beidh Ar an agus go leor eile a insint duit speisialtóir i aerthaistil Jen Leo Tairiscint a fheiceáil ar an físeán seo a leanas:

    1. What is the process for checking in at the airport? (Cén chaoi a bhfuil an clárú ?) If you’ve never been to an airport before and this is your first flight ) there are a number of steps you need to take. You will be required gá a ghlacadh. ) there are a number of steps you need to take. You will be required to check in (clárú ), get your boarding pass (dul ar bord ), check your luggage ) and then proceed to the security gate ) and eventually to your designated departure gate (rochtain ar thalamh). Airport check-in (aerfort ) is when you let the airline know that you are there. The airline will have someone check your go bhfuil tú ann. ) is when you let the airline know that you are there. The airline will have someone check your ID (aitheantais ), usually your driver’s license or your passport, they will check to see if you have any luggage with you and, if you’re going to be checking that luggage, they will then give you your do phas, beidh siad seiceáil a fheiceáil má tá aon bhagáiste leat agus, má tá tú ag dul a bheith ag seiceáil go bagáiste, beidh siad ), usually your driver’s license or your passport, they will check to see if you have any luggage with you and, if you’re going to be checking that luggage, they will then give you your boarding pass with your gate number (uimhir an ) on it so you may proceed to the gate through security.
    2. What other types of check-in are available at the airport? (Cad eile cineálacha clárúcháin atá ar fáil ag an aerfort?) Curbside check-in (paisinéirí seiceáil ar an mbealach isteach chuig an ) is that little desk right on the sidewalk where the skycap (leann ag an aerfort ) is there ready to check you in, take your baggage ), and give you your boarding pass . Sometimes, the line is a little shorter than inside at the baggage . Sometimes, the line is a little shorter than inside at the baggage check-in desk (chun tosaigh ), but it comes with a price. You’re required to at least ), but it comes with a price. You’re required to at least tip ) the skycap or sometimes there’s a mandatory fee (éigeantach ) of two dollars per bag right there on a sign as you check in at the line. A self-service check-in ( ) is a know-it-all computer that knows who you are as soon as you put in your ID or your credit card. What you do is you verify who you are, and that you’re on the next flight and what seat you want, and then it prints out your ) is a know-it-all computer that knows who you are as soon as you put in your ID or your credit card. What you do is you verify who you are, and that you’re on the next flight and what seat you want, and then it prints out your boarding pass for you, right then and there; nobody needs to help you. for you, right then and there; nobody needs to help you.
    3. Is there a limit to the amount of luggage I can check? (An bhfuil teorainn ar líon na n-sheiceáil ?) There is absolutely a limit to the number of bags you can check on a plane. You can’t just move in your whole apartment with boxes and an líon na málaí is féidir leat a sheiceáil ar eitleán. ?) There is absolutely a limit to the number of bags you can check on a plane. You can’t just move in your whole apartment with boxes and gigantic suitcases (mór ). Usually the limit to the number of bags is two, but it varies from airline to airline. Check each airline for their own personal ). Usually the limit to the number of bags is two, but it varies from airline to airline. Check each airline for their own personal is dhá, ach athraíonn sé ó aerlíne go aerlíne. ). Usually the limit to the number of bags is two, but it varies from airline to airline. Check each airline for their own personal ). Usually the limit to the number of bags is two, but it varies from airline to airline. Check each airline for their own personal requirements ) before you book (leabhar, ) your ticket. If your bags ) your ticket. If your bags are over the weight limit (níos mó ná an teorainn meáchain), you will be charged (le tú a chur ar an ). Please do note that the ). Please do note that the weight allowances (bagáiste saor in aisce ) can vary (éagsúla) domestically ) versus international. If you’re going on an international trip, and traveling through several different airlines throughout the course of your vacation, make sure you know what the bag ) versus international. If you’re going on an international trip, and traveling through several different airlines throughout the course of your vacation, make sure you know what the bag restrictions ) are with each airline, because they do vary as you cross overseas. a dhéanamh a athrú mar a dtrasnaíonn tú thar lear.
    4. What are rules for “ carry-on ” luggage? (Cad iad na rialacha maidir le lámh ?) Usually, you’re only allotted two carry-on bags – one to go under your seat or the overhead compartment (bagáiste barr ), and the other to be a personal item (pearsanta ), such as a purse or a laptop computer. If you are one of the last people ríomhaire glúine. ), such as a purse or a laptop computer. If you are one of the last people to board a plane (chun suí ar ), sometimes you’re asked to check one of your larger pieces of luggage at the gate if the plane is already full. ar cheann de do píosaí níos mó de bagáiste ag an ngeata má tá an eitleán iomlán cheana féin.
    5. What happens if the airline loses my luggage? (Cad a tharlaíonn má chaill an aerlíne mo ?) If you can’t find your bag once you get off the plane (a fhágáil ar an ), know that you are not alone. This happens to a lot of passengers. What you do is go directly to the airline desk and start ), know that you are not alone. This happens to a lot of passengers. What you do is go directly to the airline desk and start ), know that you are not alone. This happens to a lot of passengers. What you do is go directly to the airline desk and start filling out the paperwork (líonadh ), letting them know that your baggage has been lost. Sometimes it’s just on the flight behind you and they will deliver it to you later. Otherwise, you might have to bhfuil a cailleadh. ), letting them know that your baggage has been lost. Sometimes it’s just on the flight behind you and they will deliver it to you later. Otherwise, you might have to tú, agus beidh siad é a sheachadadh a thabhairt duit níos déanaí. ), letting them know that your baggage has been lost. Sometimes it’s just on the flight behind you and they will deliver it to you later. Otherwise, you might have to ), letting them know that your baggage has been lost. Sometimes it’s just on the flight behind you and they will deliver it to you later. Otherwise, you might have to file a claim (a thabhairt ) and wait for reimbursement ) from the airline.
    6. What does «overbooking» mean? (Cad é «ró-áirithint»?) Overbooking ) has been in the news a lot lately. All it means is that they’ve sold more tickets than there are seats for that flight, which is a scandal. Airlines often ) has been in the news a lot lately. All it means is that they’ve sold more tickets than there are seats for that flight, which is a scandal. Airlines often ticéid níos mó ná go bhfuil suíocháin do eitilt, a bhfuil scannal. ) has been in the news a lot lately. All it means is that they’ve sold more tickets than there are seats for that flight, which is a scandal. Airlines often ) has been in the news a lot lately. All it means is that they’ve sold more tickets than there are seats for that flight, which is a scandal. Airlines often overbook (a dhíol ticéid níos mó ná go bhfuil ) because they like to fly full flights, so they will sell more tickets than there are seats because a few people just might not show up ). This is overbooking. If your flight is overbooked, they might ask you ). This is overbooking. If your flight is overbooked, they might ask you ). This is overbooking. If your flight is overbooked, they might ask you to give up your seat (a thréigean a gcuid ), and if they don’t ask you to give up your seat, they might do it for you. The tú a thabhairt suas do suíochán, d’fhéadfadh siad a dhéanamh leat. ), and if they don’t ask you to give up your seat, they might do it for you. The incentive (dreasachta ) is they might offer you travel credit, a meal voucher (dearbhán ) or a free ticket in exchange for (mar mhalairt ) taking a different flight and relieving ) the overbooking.
    7. What is “ standby ” ? (Cad é an «staid ullmhacht»?) Standby («staid ) is when you have a ticket for one flight, but you want to go on an earlier flight and get to your destination (scríbe ) a little sooner. You check in, see if there are any other seats available on an earlier flight and wait for it. If the seats are empty, you can go standby. One tip for flying standby is to use the ) a little sooner. You check in, see if there are any other seats available on an earlier flight and wait for it. If the seats are empty, you can go standby. One tip for flying standby is to use the aon suíocháin eile ar fáil ar eitilt níos luaithe agus fanacht as é. ) a little sooner. You check in, see if there are any other seats available on an earlier flight and wait for it. If the seats are empty, you can go standby. One tip for flying standby is to use the dul fuireachas. ) a little sooner. You check in, see if there are any other seats available on an earlier flight and wait for it. If the seats are empty, you can go standby. One tip for flying standby is to use the ) a little sooner. You check in, see if there are any other seats available on an earlier flight and wait for it. If the seats are empty, you can go standby. One tip for flying standby is to use the check-in desk (seiceáil-i ) instead of the kiosk. What you want to do is ask a live person if there is any availability on an earlier flight. They’ll be able to let you know and send you to the appropriate gate where you can get your name on a ) instead of the kiosk. What you want to do is ask a live person if there is any availability on an earlier flight. They’ll be able to let you know and send you to the appropriate gate where you can get your name on a dhuine beo má tá aon fáil ar eitilt níos luaithe. ) instead of the kiosk. What you want to do is ask a live person if there is any availability on an earlier flight. They’ll be able to let you know and send you to the appropriate gate where you can get your name on a ) instead of the kiosk. What you want to do is ask a live person if there is any availability on an earlier flight. They’ll be able to let you know and send you to the appropriate gate where you can get your name on a waiting list (liosta ). Go early, because the sooner you get there the higher up your name will be on the standby waiting list. ). Go early, because the sooner you get there the higher up your name will be on the standby waiting list. ansin beidh an níos airde suas d’ainm a bheith ar an liosta feithimh fuireachas. ). Go early, because the sooner you get there the higher up your name will be on the standby waiting list.
    8. Why do I have to be at the airport so early? (Cén fáth a bhfuil gá duit a bheith ag an aerfort sin ?) These days it is best to arrive at least two hours early, if you are flying domestically. If you are on an teacht ar a laghad dhá uair an chloig go luath, má tá tú ag eitilt sa bhaile. ?) These days it is best to arrive at least two hours early, if you are flying domestically. If you are on an International Flight (idirnáisiúnta ) you want to arrive three hours early; this ) you want to arrive three hours early; this alleviates stress (laghdaíonn ) and it also gives you plenty of time to go through the security gate . You want to make sure you get to the airport early, at least two hours ahead of time, because . You want to make sure you get to the airport early, at least two hours ahead of time, because security clearance (seiceálacha ) has been ramped up and it can take a long time to get through the security gate. With the procedures that they have today, you may need to take off your shoes, jacket and belt. You need to take your laptop out of its bag and you may have to make sure your change is in its special compartment, so you can use up to four or five trays sometimes to get through the a ghlacadh le fada a fháil tríd an geata slándála. ) has been ramped up and it can take a long time to get through the security gate. With the procedures that they have today, you may need to take off your shoes, jacket and belt. You need to take your laptop out of its bag and you may have to make sure your change is in its special compartment, so you can use up to four or five trays sometimes to get through the b’fhéidir go mbeadh ort éirí de thalamh do bhróga, seaicéad agus crios. ) has been ramped up and it can take a long time to get through the security gate. With the procedures that they have today, you may need to take off your shoes, jacket and belt. You need to take your laptop out of its bag and you may have to make sure your change is in its special compartment, so you can use up to four or five trays sometimes to get through the ) has been ramped up and it can take a long time to get through the security gate. With the procedures that they have today, you may need to take off your shoes, jacket and belt. You need to take your laptop out of its bag and you may have to make sure your change is in its special compartment, so you can use up to four or five trays sometimes to get through the security gate . With everybody lined up to get on their flight, this can take quite a while. This is why it is good to be at the airport early. . With everybody lined up to get on their flight, this can take quite a while. This is why it is good to be at the airport early. is féidir é seo a chur go leor ar feadh tamaill. . With everybody lined up to get on their flight, this can take quite a while. This is why it is good to be at the airport early. ag an aerfort go luath. . With everybody lined up to get on their flight, this can take quite a while. This is why it is good to be at the airport early.
    9. What happens if I miss my connecting flight because my first flight was late? (Cad a tharlaíonn má tá mé déanach le haghaidh eitilte nascadh ó mo chéad eitilt ?) If you need to be re-booked ) on a flight because you’ve missed a connection (a bheith déanach le haghaidh ), you want to check with your airline provider to see if there’s another flight that you can get on for free (saor in ). Sometimes, if there are none available and all the flights are full you might have to change airlines, and in this case ). Sometimes, if there are none available and all the flights are full you might have to change airlines, and in this case you might be charged a fee (táille is féidir leat ) or even another price of a ticket. The airline is responsible if it was ) or even another price of a ticket. The airline is responsible if it was due to mechanical failure (mar gheall ar meicniúil ), but if it was weather and you were caught in some snowstorm for example, they are not responsible for booking you on another flight. bhí gafa tú i roinnt snowstorm, mar shampla, nach bhfuil siad freagrach as a chur in áirithe duit ar eitilt eile.
    10. If my flight is cancelled or I’m bumped, what is airline’s obligation? (Cad iad na aerlíne oibleagáidí má tá mo eitilt ar ceal nó nach raibh mé ag ?) If the flight that you want to be re-booked on is full and you have to wait until the next day, sometimes the airline will put you up in a hotel. But if they don’t and you need to pay for it yourself, try asking the hotel (nearby an airport) for the é a ath-chur in áirithe ar iomlán agus a bhfuil tú ?) If the flight that you want to be re-booked on is full and you have to wait until the next day, sometimes the airline will put you up in a hotel. But if they don’t and you need to pay for it yourself, try asking the hotel (nearby an airport) for the beidh an aerlíne a chur ar tú suas in óstán. ?) If the flight that you want to be re-booked on is full and you have to wait until the next day, sometimes the airline will put you up in a hotel. But if they don’t and you need to pay for it yourself, try asking the hotel (nearby an airport) for the distressed passenger discount (lascaine le haghaidh an «íospartaigh» na ). Then you can maybe get a better deal on the overnight stay. ). Then you can maybe get a better deal on the overnight stay. If you’re bumped (mura bhfuil go leor ) and the airline is going to offer you some compensation, try and get a cheque rather than a flight voucher (cead le haghaidh eitiltí ). Cash in hand is always better than a flight voucher because the vouchers could have ). Cash in hand is always better than a flight voucher because the vouchers could have blackout dates («dúnta» ), restricting you from travelling anytime you want. Whereas, with the cash, you can use it for whatever you want, or you can re-book a brand new ticket. iarraidh. ), restricting you from travelling anytime you want. Whereas, with the cash, you can use it for whatever you want, or you can re-book a brand new ticket. é a úsáid ar bith is mian leat, nó is féidir leat a ath-leabhar ticéad branda nua. ), restricting you from travelling anytime you want. Whereas, with the cash, you can use it for whatever you want, or you can re-book a brand new ticket.
    11. What are “ blackout ” dates? (Cad is «dúnta» dáta?) Blackout dates are restricted days of travel. So, if you are on a are restricted days of travel. So, if you are on a discounted flight (lascaine ), then the blackout dates are dates you cannot travel on, such as holidays or special high peak season vacation times. But these blackout dates vary from airline to airline so you want to make sure you check with your provider before you book your ticket. ní féidir leat taisteal ar, cosúil le laethanta saoire nó buaic ard amanna laethanta saoire séasúr speisialta. ), then the blackout dates are dates you cannot travel on, such as holidays or special high peak season vacation times. But these blackout dates vary from airline to airline so you want to make sure you check with your provider before you book your ticket. aerlíne mar sin ba mhaith leat a dhéanamh cinnte duit seiceáil le do sholáthraí sula tú leabhar do thicéad. ), then the blackout dates are dates you cannot travel on, such as holidays or special high peak season vacation times. But these blackout dates vary from airline to airline so you want to make sure you check with your provider before you book your ticket.
    12. What is the standard “ connection time ” between flights? (Cad é an caighdeán «am ceangal» idir ?) The standard “ connection time ” between flights is usually about 45 minutes to an hour and a half, but if you’re traveling overseas, the “ connection time ” can be upwards of two, four, even five or six hours, between flights. idir eitiltí de ghnáth thart ar ?) The standard “ connection time ” between flights is usually about 45 minutes to an hour and a half, but if you’re traveling overseas, the “ connection time ” can be upwards of two, four, even five or six hours, between flights. ach má tá tú ag taisteal thar lear ?) The standard “ connection time ” between flights is usually about 45 minutes to an hour and a half, but if you’re traveling overseas, the “ connection time ” can be upwards of two, four, even five or six hours, between flights. suas le dhá, ceithre, fiú cúig nó sé huaire an chloig, idir eitiltí.

Mar sin, athbhreithniú a dhéanamh ar na céimeanna is mó de taistil ar eitleán:

Imeachta (Departure)
Departure board Teacht ar an aerfort arrive at the airport is féidir leat féachaint ar an eolas bord ar imeacht departure board a léiríonn líon na n-eitiltí flight numbers an t-am imeachta departure time agus an ceann scríbe destination
Check-in desk

Luggage / baggage
Ní mór duit clárú to check in Téigh go dtí an bhfáiltiú paisinéirí check-in desk Weigh siad do bhagáiste luggage agus más rud é an liúntas bagáiste saor in aisce weight allowances níos mó ná (de ghnáth thart ar 20 kg), go mbainfidh tú a íoc as bagáiste níos mó ná pay excess baggage
An fáiltiú seiceáil ar do thicéad agus pas dul ar bord a eisiúint boarding card / boarding pass uimhir suíochán aerlíne.

Boarding card / boarding pass

Passport control

The gate
Ansin a théann tú trí rialú pas passport control agus a sheoladh chuig an seomra feithimh departure lounge Anseo, is féidir leat a cheannach rud ar bith i siopa saor ó dhleacht díolacháin duty free Thart ar leath uair an chloig roimh éirí de thalamh take-off a théann tú chuig an geata bordála gate
Departure lounge Duty free shop
Overhead compartment / overhead locker
Ina shuí ar an eitleán to board = to get on a fhaigheann tú ar an áit seat Má tá bagáiste láimhe “ carry-on ” luggage / hand luggage is féidir leat é a chur faoi na suíochán nó sa seilf stórála lastuas overhead compartment / overhead locker os cionn an suíochán.
Eitilte (The Flight)
Captain / pilot, flight attendants

Runway
An píolótach captain / pilot nó fhoireann cábáin cabin crew / flight attendants is féidir a rá an méid seo a leanas:
— Cuir an suíomh ar ais sa suíomh ina seasamh put your seats in the upright position
— Buckle fasten your seat belts
— Múch an fón póca switch off your mobile phones agus mar sin de N..
Éist go cúramach ar fhaisnéis faoi réamhchúraimí sábháilteachta safety instructions faoi deara an suíomh na bealaí amach éigeandála emergency exits
Mura bhfuil an eitilt moill delay fágann an eitleán an rúidbhealach runway agus cuileoga takes off
Seat belts Emergency exit
Teacht (Arrival)
Customs

GREEN = nothing to declare, RED = goods to declare
Nuair a thuirling an eitleán landed a fhágann tú get off the plane agus ceann ar an bhfoirgneamh críochfoirt terminal building go dtí an ceantar teachta arrivals zone agus ansin chun an bagáiste baggage reclaim Next, dul trí rialú custaim customs pointeoir Green — rud ar bith a dhearbhú, dearg — na hearraí atá faoi réir dearbhaithe GREEN = nothing to declare, RED = goods to declare Ag go leor aerfoirt féidir leat cíos carr hire a car
Má rinneadh an eitilt amach trí criosanna ama éagsúla time zones is féidir leat a bhraitheann an siondróm Readonly scaird jetlag
Arrivals Baggage reclaim

Cé chomh maith agus a dhéanann tú dearmad foclóir nua? Seiceáil duit féin, comhlánaigh na tascanna seo a leanas:

Complete each sentence with the appropriate word.

  1. An airport … is a main building at an airport where passengers arrive and depart.
  2. … is the section of an airport where passengers arrive.
  3. Two general words for bags and suitcases are … and ….
  4. When you arrive at the airport, you go to … … to get your boarding pass.
  5. Before you get on the plain you have to show identification at … … and go through security.
  6. Passengers flying to another country are usually entitled to buy cheap alcohol, cigarettes, etc., from the … free shops.
  7. Baggage which is heavier than the weight allowed as free baggage for a certain category of tickets is called … baggage.
  8. The track, or ‘road’ on which an aircraft takes off and lands is called the ….
  9. After you arrived you go to … … to pick up your luggage.
  10. When you go through …, you may be asked “ Do you have anything to declare? ”
  11. The person who looks after you during a flight is the … ….
  12. You can usually ask for a window or aisle ….
  13. When a plane is going up into sky it is … ….
  14. When a plane is coming down from the air it is ….
  15. The feeling of sleepiness that affects you after you have travelled through several time zones is called ….
Key
  1. Terminal
  2. Arrivals
  3. Luggage, baggage
  4. Check-in desk
  5. Passport control
  6. Duty
  7. Excess
  8. Runway
  9. Baggage reclaim
  10. Customs
  11. Flight attendant
  12. Seat
  13. Taking off
  14. Landing
  15. Jetlag

 

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