Questions you may hear at an airport check-in counter
These are some common questions you may hear at the check-in counter:
May I see your ticket?
(The worker may also say, "Ticket, please.")
What's your purpose for traveling?
(What is your reason for traveling? The worker wants to know if you are traveling for business or pleasure)
Do you have a photo-ID?
(driver's license, passport)
Are you checking any bags?
(These are larger bags that the airline will store under the plane for you)
How many bags are you checking?
Do you have a carry-on bag?
(This is a small bag you take with you on the plane such as a purse, small suitcase, or laptop bag)
Do you require any special assistance?
(Do you require a wheelchair, help carrying your bags, or other help)
Did you pack these bags yourself?
Did you, at any time, leave your bag unattended?
(Did you leave your bag by itself. This is a security risk because someone could put something in your bag. So, the airline wants to be sure you know what is in your bag)
Are you traveling with any liquids?
(Do you have any liquids in your bags such as shampoo, deodorant, or drinks)
Is there anything fragile in your bags?
(fragile = breakable)
What is your final destination?
Would you like a window seat or an aisle seat?
Do you have any special eating requirements?