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To arrive on time

English: To arrive on time

French: Arriver à l’heure

It’s always good to let passengers know that your flight is on time.

“Heure” (f) means “time” or “hour” or “o’clock” depending on the context.

Avez-vous l’heure?=Do you have the time?

Quelle heure est-il?=What time is it?

Il est huit heures=It is eight o’clock

Le temps de vol est de huit heures=The flight time is eight hours

À l’heure=On time

Arriver à l’heure=To arrive on time

Partir à l’heure=To depart on time


Module 5 of Canadian French for Flight Attendants is now available! Save huge! Learn the French for:

-Announcements for de-icing delays

-Announcements for lightning alerts, security breaches

-Delays caused by crew rest and emergency equipment

-Dealing with weight and balance issues

-Dealing with uncooperative passengers

-Announcements for missed approaches/rejected take offs

-Wifi/entertainment system issues

-More delay situations and customer service issues

-Full briefing of a generic emergency exit

-Full briefing for a passenger with a lap-held infant

-Familiarize yourself with Acadian and European French accents

-And much, much more!


Flight Attendant Souvenirs. Souvenirs d’un agent de bord. United Arab Emirates, February 2020. Émirats Arabes Unis, février 2020. Dance show!


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