Airport in Arabic
If you’re traveling by plane in an Arabic-speaking country, it helps to know what to say at the airport in Arabic. The Rocket Arabic team is here to help! After this free audio lesson you’ll know some useful Arabic words and phrases that will make your journey more enjoyable.
Do you need a visa? Would you prefer a window or aisle seat? Will you get a hot meal on the flight? What time you should be at the gate? Stick with Rocket Arabic - we’ve got it covered.
How to pronounce airport words in Arabic
Now, here are the important questions that you will need when checking in at the counter. Listen to each word and its English translation and repeat the words aloud.
Some people prefer window seats, some want to sit close to the aisle. I always ask for a window seat, that way I can get a first impression of the city we are going to land in, from above. Whichever one you prefer, here are the Arabic words for it…
Here are some possible answers you might get…
لازم تكوني عند البوابة قبل المغادرة بربع ساعة
Lazem tekony 3and el bawaba 2abl el mo3'adra brob3 sa3a.
You have to be at the gate 15 minutes prior to departure.
للاسف ماعندناش كراسي جنب الشباك فاضلة
Lel2asaf ma3andenash krasy ganb el shebak fadla.
Unfortunately, we don't have any window seats left.
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!مع السلامة Ma3a essalama! Goodbye!
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