Some airplanes may have closets to hang passenger jackets and stow passenger bags. Often, closet space is quite limited on an airplane and it may just be reserved for business class passengers’ belongings. As they board, passengers sometimes ask you if you have closet space for their belongings. Besides luggage, some may bring on garment bags, wedding dresses, or musical instruments. If you can accommodate (provided your plane has a closet), you can stow these items in your closet. One word for “closet” in French is “vestiaire”.
Dans le vestiaire=In the closet
Avez-vous de la place?=Do you have some space?
Incidentally, a change room in a gym or pool is also called a “vestiaire”.
Module 3 of Canadian French for Flight Attendants is available. Learn the French that flight attendants commonly use on the job: greet passengers, stow bags, drink and meal orders, duty-free service, seat changes, wheelchair requests, weather announcements and much more!
Modules 1 and 2: French basics and pass your flight attendant French test.
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