Airlines

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deal with
deal with
(v) to attend to go, to manage
Example: Ticket agents must deal courteously with irate customers


destination
destination /ˌdestɪˈneɪʃn/
(n) a place to which someone or something is going or being sent
Example: The Great Barrier Reef is a popular tourist destination this year


distinguish
distinguish /dɪˈstɪŋɡwɪʃ/
(v) to recognize the difference between two people or things
Example: Suki was able to distinguish between the different types of jets on the runway


economize
economize /ɪˈkɒnəmaɪz/
(v) to use less money, time, etc. than you normally use
Example: My travel agent knows I like to economize and always looks out for the best prices for me


equivalent
equivalent /ɪˈkwɪvələnt/
(adj) equal in value, amount, meaning, importance, etc.
Example: The food the airline serves in coach class is equivalent to that served in first class


excursion
excursion /ɪkˈskɜːʃn/
(n) a short trip made for pleasur
Example: There are regular weekend excursions throughout the summer.


expense
expense /ɪkˈspens/
(v) the money that you spend on something
Example: A luxury vacation involves many expenses


extend
extend /ɪkˈstend/
(v) to make something longer or larger
Example: There are plans to extend the subway line in this city


prospective
prospective /prəˈspektɪv/
(adj) expected to do something or to become something
Example: I narrowed my list of prospective destinations to my three top choices


situation
situation /ˌsɪtʃuˈeɪʃn/
(n) all the circumstances and things that are happening at a particular time and in a particular place
Example: The airline suggested I check with the State Department regarding the political situation in the country I'm flying to


substantially
substantially /səbˈstænʃəli/
(adv) very much; a lot
Example: The airline I work for had a substantially higher rating for customer satisfaction than our competitors had


system
system /ˈsɪstəm/
(n) an organized set of ideas or theories
Example: The airline system covers the entire world with flights