Aerfhórsa na hÉireann - Irish Air Force


Irish Airforce Trainer

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 English Irish Phonetics
  • aerodrome
  •  aeradróme aero drome
  • flight attendant
  •  aerostach aero stock
  • airforce
  •  aerfhórsa air orsa
  • airline
  •  aerlíne air lean uh
  • airman
  •  eitleoir etch lore
  • airport
  •  aerfort air fort
  • airplane
  •  eitleán etch lawn
  • altitude
  •  airde  air juh
  • air base
  •  aerionad air in uh d
  • airmail
  •  aerphost air foe st
  • airship
  •  aerlong air long
  • air traffic
  •  trácht aeir  t rawk tear on
  • arrivals
  •  halla teachta halla shockta
  • artif. horizon
  •  spéire bréige air fort
  • baggage
  •  bagáiste bag awe stu
  • cabin
  •  cábán caw been
  • captain
  •  captaen cap tayn
  • cargo
  •  lasta lasta
  • cockpit
  •  cábán pílóta cabawn pealotu
  • crew
  •  criú crew
  • customs
  •  custam custom
  • departures
  •  halla imeachta halla imuckta
  • air fleet
  •  aer loingeas air ling us
     English Irish Phonetics
  • engine
  •  inneall in nell
  • flight
  •  eitilt etch hilt
  • flying
  •  ag eitilt egg etch hilt
  • fuel
  •  peitreal pet rill
  • fuselage
  •  cabhail call
  • gangway
  •  clord clawed
  • glider
  •  faoileoir feeler
  • helicopter
  •  héileacaptar hay licaptar
  • jet plane
  •  scairdeitleán scarred etch lon
  • landing
  •  ag tuirlingt egg tourling t
  • passport
  •  pas pass
  • parachute
  •  paraisiút parachute
  • paratrooper
  •  paratrúipeir paratrooper
  • pilot
  •  píolóta pea low tuh
  • runway
  •  rúidbhealach rudevaleluck
  • speedometer
  •  luasmhédar louis vayder
  • tail
  •  eireaball air uh ball
  • throttle
  •  scóig sc owe g
  • ticket
  •  ticéad tick aid
  • to board
  •  dul ar bord dull air bord
  • tower
  •  riarthúr rear hoor
  • turbulance
  •  callóid cal oje
  • wing
  •  eiteog etch owe g


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    Aircorps Emblem

    Luasmhéadar    

    Compás Gyro

    Instruments and Airframe
     English Irish Phonetics
  • aeleron
  •  aelaron aler on
  • altimeter
  •  airdemhéadar air jev aider
  • compass
  •  compás com paws
  • elevator
  •  arditeoir ard ditcher
  • flight plan
  •  scéim eitilte s game etch hilt
  • propeller
  •  lián lawn
     English Irish Phonetics
  • radar
  •  radar rod are
  • rudder
  •  stiúir stew er
  • transmitter
  •  tarchuradóir tar hoor adore
  • transponder
  •  traspondar trasp under
  • touch down
  •  turling síos terl ing she us
  • yoke
  •  cuingir kin gurr

    Aerlíne Idirnásiunta na hÉireann - Ireland's International Airline

    The name of the airline "Aer Lingus" is the phonetic spelling of the Irish words "Aer Loingeas" meaning air fleet.

    Abairtí - Sentences
     English Irish
  • Who has my passport?
  •  Cé aige a bhfuil mo phas?
  • Whose baggage is this?
  •  Cé leis an bagáste seo?
  • What happened at the airport?
  •  Cad a thit amach ag an aerfort?
  • I met them at the terminal.
  •  Castar a cheile iad ag an criochfort.
  • No smoking on the airplane.
  •  Ná caitear tobac san eitleán.
  • How much do I owe you for the ticket?
  •  Cé mhéid ata agat orm don ticéad?
  • Be careful on the gangway.
  •  Bí cúramach ar an clord.
  • Sean was an air traffic controller.
  •  Ba stiúrthoir aertráctha Seán
  • The airliner is taking off.
  •  Tá an aerliniteoir ag éirí den talamh.
  • There's usually a duty free shop here.
  •  Bionn siopa saor ó dhleacht anseo.
  • Height above sea level.
  •  Airde os cinn na farraige.
  • The helicopter is landing.
  •  Tá an héileacaptar ag tuirlingt.
  • The pilot is making a touch and go.
  •  Tá an piolóta turling agus imeacht a deanamh.


    Jack with biplane at Reading

    I earned my first private pilot's license at age 28 and went on to acquire an instrument rating. Along the way, I have flown twins and seaplanes. I have owned 2 different aircraft. The first was a Beechcraft Musketeer and the next a high performance retractable Mooney Ranger. I have flown as far north as Newfoundland, south in Mexico to Acapulco, west to California and as far east as Abaco in the Bahamas and St. Pierre - Miquellon in the north atlantic. For info on my family read "Introducing myself" on the home page.

    Courtesy of Vivian and Jack
    IrishPage.com 2001
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