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SPANISH TRAVEL PHRASEBOOK
topic: AT THE AIRPORT (AL AEROPUERTO) 2



That's my seat.
Ese es mi asiento.

Where can I claim my luggage?
¿Dónde puedo reclamar mi equipaje?

From which conveyor belt can I pick up my luggage?
¿En qué banda puedo recoger mi equipaje?

My luggage hasn't arrived.
Mis maletas no han llegado.

My luggage has been lost.
Se perdieron mis maletas.

Where is customs?
¿Dónde está la aduana?

I'm traveling on my own.
Estoy viajando solo.

I'm traveling with my wife/husband.
Estoy viajando con mi esposa/esposo.

I'm here on business.
Estoy aquí de negocios.

I'm here on holiday.
Estoy aquí de vacaciones.

I'm here for two weeks.
Voy a estar dos semanas.

I'm here for three days.
Voy a estar tres días.

I have nothing to declare.
No tengo nada qué declarar.


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