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Episode Info: What’s up? No podcast de hoje, falo sobre reservar um voo. Enjoy :-) Transcrição Hi, everyone, how’s it going? Is it boiling in Brazil yet? Here in my neck of the woods it’s getting colder and wetter every day. Sorry, I didn’t mean to brag… Anyway, I thought that having a look at one of these booking websites where you can search and find your flight would be a good idea. There’s some interesting vocabulary involved – let’s dive right into it. The website I’m looking at has kind of a funny name: Momondo. I’m looking at it right now and… What does it look like? At the top you have sort of search form where you enter the airport you’re departing from. And then you enter the other airport where your flight is supposed to arrive. You enter first the three-letter code for the departure airport – let’s say you’re departing from… if it’s an international flight, maybe you’re departing from Guarulhos, which is GRU. Or if you want to go somewhere, I don’t know, in Brazil and you’re departing from São Paulo, you’re going to enter CGH which is the three-letter code for Congonhas, then you enter the dates. The date (when) you’re going to depart, and then if it’s a round trip you’re going to enter your return date as well… Or maybe you’re just looking at a one-way ticket and then you only enter one date, which is the departure date. Then you hit Search and when you look at the results you, obviously see a list of flights. Several options from several different airlines, and you’ll be able to see the dates – usually it will be the dates that you entered. You’ll be able to see, for each flight, how many stops, how long each stop takes… The time of the flight, and then you have some options: either you’ll see a few direct flights, which are usually more expensive, and you will see some flights with one, or two, or sometimes even three stops. There are some flights that – with all the stops – take, sometimes, over 24 hours. If you want to save some money maybe that’s the flight you choose. And then, when I scroll down on the search results, I see multiple different airlines. I see some traditional ones like TAP, which is a Portuguese one, KLM, which is a Dutch one, British Airways… And then on the left side of the search results there’s the sidebar with additional options. Right on the top you have… almost at the top, you have the option of, I guess, narrowing down your search by number of cabin bags, or checked bags that you want to take, and also the payment method. What is a cabin bag? That’s… that’s also known as a carry-on bag. That’s sort of, that smaller bag – when you board the plane you take it with you, and you sort of put it in the overhead compartment above your seat. Or, if that is full, you kind of tuck it away under the seat in front of you. Usually the flight attendants will help you with that. That’s the cabin bag or carry-on bag. And then you also usually ha...
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