Definition of emplane in English:

emplane

Line breaks: em|plane
Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpleɪn
 
, ɛm-/
(also enplane)

verb

Go or put on board an aircraft: [no object]: some travellers spend the night before emplaning the next day for New York [with object]: an airport that emplanes 100 passengers or more per day
More example sentences
  • It now requires all aircraft operators who enplane or deplane passengers into a sterile area at an airport to conduct screening before departure.
  • Although the players appeared clearly unhappy as they prepared to emplane, they were not willing to speak on record.
  • Bangalore is expected to take away a chunk of the traffic as more people from the software capital are emplaning towards the US every day.

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