On the Airplane - talking to airline staff

source: Twominute English      2013年8月3日
Most of us have have been on airplanes. There are many reasons why you might want to call the cabin crew, but do you know what to say? In this lesson we will learn the phrases that you can use to talk to the airline staff to get service on an airplane.
The sentences with the key phrases are highlighted at the end of the video. Practice all the phrases at the end to build your fluency.

# I want another blanket
--Could I get another blanket, please? I'm a little cold.
--Sure. Would you like to have one or two?
--I think one would be enough.
--Alright. Would you like anything else?
--No. That'll be all. Thank you.
--You're welcome. I'll be back with your blanket.
# What's the flight schedule?
--Excuse me, how long will it take before we reach Seattle?
--It's a long journey. We still have 5 hours before landing.
--Will there be any snacks before we land?
--Yes, another meal will be served in 2 hours, but I can get you a small snack now if you like.
--Yes, that would be great.
--No problem. I'll be back in a moment with your snack.
# asking for a drink
--Can I get something to drink, please?
--Sure. Staying hydrated is important on these long flights. What would you like to drink?
--I'd like some apple juice if you have it.
--Yes, we do. Would you like to have ice in it?
--No, it's already quite cold here. Just get me a plain glass of juice.
--Sure. Just give me a moment. I'll be right back with it.
# asking for a pen
--Here's an arrival card for immigration ma'am.
--Thanks. I need a pen. Could you lend me one, please?
--Another cabin crew member will be bringing pens around in a moment.
--That's good. I need to fill out this immigration form before we land.
--Remember it should be filled out using black ink. Someone will bring you a pen shortly.
--Thanks a lot.