- airplane: máy bay
- flight: chuyến bay
- aviation: ngành hàng không (the activity or business of operating and flying aircraft).
- jetlag: the feeling of being tired and slightly confused after a long plane journey, especially when there is a big difference in the time at the place you leave and that at the place you arrive in
Vocabulary words: cockpit, turbine engine, wing, winglet, horizontal stabilizer, vertical stabilizer, rudder, elevator, flaps, aileron, spoiler, slats, fuselage
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At airport and inside an airplaneVocabulary words: aisle seat, seat belt, window seat, window blind, window, lavatory, emergency exit, life preserver, flight attendant, seat pocket, tray, meal, passenger, suitcase, gate, credit card, aeroplane, carry-on luggage, passport, ticket, boarding pass, departure board, luggage trolley
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Reading newspaper for youVideo shows the moment strong crosswinds make landing difficult for this Airbus A380 plane.
Airbus A380 plane: máy bay Airbus A380
landing: hạ cánh
pilot: phi công
Emirates Airbus A380 turbulent touchdown as it struggles with crosswinds at Manchester Airport.Read more here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/aviation/12089580/Emirates-Airbus-A380-turbulent-touchdown-as-it-struggles-with-crosswinds-at-Manchester-Airport.html
Posted by The Telegraph on Friday, January 8, 2016
Video has emerged which shows strong crosswinds at Manchester Airport making it difficult for a pilot to land an Airbus A380 plane.
Poor weather conditions, as a result of Storm Frank, had resulted in winds of up to 50mph battering the Manchester region in December 2015.
poor weather conditions: trong điều kiện thời tiết xấu
as a result of Storm Frank: hậu quả/ảnh hưởng của cơn bão Frank
In the video the plane can be seen swaying from side to side as the pilot navigates the strong winds.
Steven Draper, representative of the British Airline Pilots' Association (BALPA) and a former pilot told the MailOnline: "Pilots are highly trained and have to use their skills day-in-day-out, so this type of crosswind landing is nothing out of the ordinary."