Where will you be flying today?

An English dialogue between a trevaler and an attendant.

A traveler wants a plane ticket. An attendant asks him questions about his preferences.

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Attendant: Where will you be flying today?
Traveler: New York.
Attendant: May I see your ticket, passport, and visa please?
Traveler: Here you go. My visa’s on page six of my passport.
Attendant: Would you like a window or an aisle seat?
Traveler: Aisle, please.
Attendant: Do you prefer smoking or nonsmoking?
Traveler: Nonsmoking.
Attendant: I have 13E available. How many pieces of luggage do you have?
Traveler: Two.
Attendant: Here’s your boarding pass. The plane will board half an hour prior to departure. You’ll be leaving from gate three, on your left.
Traveler: Thank you.