Airplane in Arabic
Traveling around Arabic-speaking countries on vacation or business? Wouldn’t it be easier if you knew what to say on the airplane in Arabic? Pack these useful Arabic words and phrases in your hand luggage before you depart!
How do you say boarding pass and luggage in Arabic? What’s the Arabic expression for connecting flight? You’ll learn these important words and more. We’ll also show you how to ask the flight attendants what you need on a airplane in Arabic, and understand their instructions. We hope you won’t need to explain that something has gone wrong with your travel plans, but just in case, we’ll teach you how to do that too.
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Knowing how to use these essential Arabic travel phrases will give you more confidence next time you’re travelling by plane in an Arabic-speaking country, so let’s get started.
How to pronounce Arabic airplane words
In this lesson all gender specific words are in the feminine form.
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Cabinet el shonat
Over head locker
7ezam el korsy
7'oroog el tware2
Imagine you are on a flight from America to Egypt. It’s a long way, so make sure you know how to ask for a drink or an extra blanket in case you are cold. It’s also important to know what “men fadlek, erboty el 7ezam” means. Repeat the new words aloud to practice your pronunciation.
انا عايزة كوباية مياه.
Ana 3ayza kobayet maya.
I would like to have a glass of water.
انا بخاف من الطيران.
Ana ba7'af men el tayaran.
I'm scared of flying.
انا سقعانة, عندك بطانية زيادة؟
Ana sa23ana, 3andek buttaneya zyada?
I'm cold, do you have a blanket?
احنا هنوصل امتى؟
E7na hanewsal emta?
When are we going to land?
من فضلك, اربطي حزامك.
men fadlek, erboty 7ezamek.
Please fasten your seatbelt.
سمعاتي مش شغالين.
Samma3aty mesh sha3'alin.
My headset doesn't work.
احنا متوقعين مطب هواء.
E7na motawak3in matab hawa.
We are expecting turbulence.
Once you arrive at the airport you will have to collect your luggage. Simply follow the signs to the “estlam el shonat” and make your way to the “el gamarek.” Listen to the Audio link below to hear the pronunciation…
Estlam el shonat
Hopefully you won’t need to use the following phrases, but it’s still handy to know them.
My luggage got damaged.
My luggage got lost.
El tyara Fatetny.
I've missed my connecting flight.
جواز سفري ضاع.
Gwaz safary da3.
I've lost my passport.
I've lost my ticket.
البوردينج باس بتاعي ضاع.
El boardingpass beta3y da3.
I've lost my boarding pass.
That’s it for today. I hope you enjoyed the lesson!
Here are a few recommended Arabic lessons to try next!
- Improve your vocab with this lesson on pronouncing different animals in Arabic.
- Learn to pronounce the Arabic Alphabet.
- Renting a car? Know the parts of your car in Arabic.
- Shopping is much easier if you know your clothes in Arabic!
!مع السلامة (Ma3a essalama!) Goodbye!
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