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deplane
American English: /diˈpleɪn/
British English: /diːˈpleɪn/

Translation of deplane in Spanish:

intransitive verb

  • (American English)
    bajarse or [formal] descender del avión
    Example sentences
    • As soon as the passengers deplaned, the aircraft was cleared to depart.
    • It now requires all aircraft operators who enplane or deplane passengers into a sterile area at a Part 107 airport to conduct screening before departure.
    • While larger aircraft require gate areas that accommodate some 500 passengers deplaning, boarding or waiting, regional carriers want to get their average 80-person planeload in and out fast.

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