Put each of the following words or phrases into its correct place in the passage below.

Air vents, cabin, captain, carry, co-pilot, crew, cruising speed, distances, flight, flight engineer, galley, jet-propelled, passenger, passenger list, safety belts, seats, size, tourist, stewardesses, take-off, trip.

Airliner
Airliners, or 1.….. planes, differ from light planes not only in 2….. but also in speed and equipment. They are designed to 3….. a greater number of people over longer 4….. without stopping to refuel.
A passenger airliner has a comfortable 5….. with soft carpets, adjustable upholstered 6….., washrooms, and individual 7….. and reading lights. It has a 8….. for preparing food. Many airlines offer 9….., or economy class service, which costs less than first-class travel.
The 10….. of four-engine airliners range from about 350 mph for propeller-driven planes to more than 500 mph for 11….. planes.
The 12….. of an airliner works as a team to make the trip smooth and pleasant. While the passengers take their seats, the pilot or 13….., co-pilot, flight engineer, and stewardesses prepare the plane for 14….. . The pilot, assisted by the 15….., checks the instruments and tests the controls. The 16….. checks the other mechanical equipment. The stewardesses check the 17….., make sure that the passengers fasten their 18….. for 19….. . Later, the 20….. distribute magazines, serve meals, and do other things to make the 21….. enjoyable.

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  • marsyu
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2012-10-27T22:29:01+04:00

Airliner
Airliners, or jet-propelled planes, differ from light planes not only in size but also in speed and equipment. They are designed to carry a greater number of people over longer flight without stopping to refuel.
A passenger airliner has a comfortable seats with soft carpets, adjustable upholstered safety belts, washrooms, and individual Air vents and reading lights. It has a cabin for preparing food. Many airlines offer seats, or economy class service, which costs less than first-class travel.
The cruising speed, of four-engine airliners range from about 350 mph for propeller-driven planes to more than 500 mph for jet-propelled planes.
The crew of an airliner works as a team to make the trip smooth and pleasant. While the passengers take their seats, the pilot or captain, co-pilot, flight engineer, and stewardesses prepare the plane for take-off . The pilot, assisted by the co-pilot, checks the instruments and tests the controls. The flight engineer checks the other mechanical equipment. The stewardesses check the passenger list, make sure that the passengers fasten their belts for safety . Later, the stewardesses distribute magazines, serve meals, and do other things to make the passenger enjoyable.