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on an airplane
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on an airplane
“Is it just me, or are these seats even more cramped than normal?”
“Ladies and gentlemen, we're experiencing some turbulence. Please return to your seats and fasten your seatbelts.”
“Do you want the aisle seat?”
“In the unlikely event of an emergency water landing, you may find a flotation device beneath your seat cushion.”
“Welcome aboard Flight 187 to Chicago. Our travel time this morning will be approximately one hour and fifteen minutes.”
“We're about to take off. I'll call you when I land.”
“Always secure your own mask before assisting others.”
“We ask that all electronic devices be turned off and stowed at this time.”
“All baggage must be stowed in the overhead container.”
“Seat backs and tray tables must be placed in their upright and locked positions.”
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