FREE Travel Vocabulary Question and Answers
A traveler in a vehicle (such as a boat, bus, automobile, plane, train, etc.) who is not driving it
All a passenger has to do is follow along. From the Old French passagier, which means "passing, transient, or traveling," a passenger in the fourteenth century was just a "passer-by."
The location designated as the end (as of a race or journey)
A site designated as the end of the race or destination
Define the visa.
Another sort of legal document that is typically given by a nation-state to a foreign citizen is a travel visa. This document may allow the foreign citizen to enter, remain, work, or travel inside the territory.
Migration to a location (especially migration to a country of which you are not a native to settle there)
Immigration is the international movement of individuals to a country of destination where they are not natives or citizens in order to establish themselves as long-term residents or naturalized citizens.
A line designating a boundary
the boundary line or the region immediately inside the boundary Border
You can locate your keys in your pocket with this airport device.
The most popular method for locating metallic dangers hidden on people is metal detecting. Nearly all security checkpoints throughout the world use hand-held metal detectors (HHMDs) and walk-through metal detectors (WTMDs).
What do aisle seats mean?
The seats at the extremities of each row are known as aisle seats. These chairs are typically chosen because they offer a little extra room and are simple to get up from in an emergency.