English: Emergency equipment
French: Équipement de secours
Another type of “mechanical problem” you may encounter involves the emergency equipment that the airplane carries. As you may expect, an airplane needs to carry sufficient functional emergency equipment such as first aid kits, oxygen bottles, flashlights, fire extinguishers, etc. If you discover that some of this equipment needs replenishing, then they’ll need to come to do so. One way to translate “emergency equipment” is “équipement de secours”.
Équipement de secours=Emergency equipment
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.
Flight Attendant Souvenirs. Souvenirs d’un agent de bord. Okinawa, Japan. February 2015. Okinawa, Japon. Février 2015. From the ski mountains of Nagano, I landed in Okinawa a few days later, in southern Japan, where it was averaging low 20’s every day. This is Naha International Airport (OKA), serving the capital city of Naha, Okinawa Prefecture (like a province), located on the island of Okinawa, the largest island of the prefecture. Naha is actually geographically closer to Taipei than it is to Tokyo.