Dialogue Examples 3 - Airport Check-in


A Check-in Agent and A Passenger

Agent : Good afternoon, where are you flying to?
Passenger: Good afternoon. I am flying to San Francisco.
Agent : Do you have your tickets?
Passenger: Here is my ticket.
Agent : How many people are travelling?
Passenger: It's my son and I, he is under two years old.
Agent : Can I have your passports and I will need to see his birth certificate to prove that he is under two years of age.
Passenger: Sure. Here they are.
Agent : Would you like a window or an aisle seat?
Passenger: I would be very happy If we can get an aisle seat. I may have to walk him around if he gets bored.
Agent : Alright, I'll put you near the restrooms too.
Passenger: Wonderful, thanks. Is it possible to check in the stroller?
Agent : Sure, are you checking in any bags?
Passenger: Yes, this suitcase and my backpack.
Agent : Let's put them on the scale, one at a time, please.
Passenger: Sure. And by the way, I have a layover in London. Do I have to pick up my luggage there?
Agent : No, you will pick them up in San Francisco. Here is your boarding pass. You are all set. Be at the gate at least 45 minutes prior to the departure time.
Passenger: Thank you for your help, have a good day.
Agent : Thank you, have a nice flight.

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