deplane

[ UK /dɪplˈe‍ɪn/ ]
VERB
  1. get off an airplane
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How To Use deplane In A Sentence

  • We soon expect to see the candidate deplane, head down those steps, get into the motorcade, zoom down to vote.
  • Tourist Lai Zhengyi looked forward to that freedom as he deplaned in Taipei. Mainland Chinese Begin Visiting Taiwan
  • It also becomes less efficient to board and deplane, which is not good for airlines that make money on being efficient. chicagotribune.com -
  • As long as you're on the subject of planes, how about "deplane"? Allan Jenkins' Desirable Roasted Coffee
  • Passengers gave me understanding looks and words of encouragement as they deplaned, while I continued cleaning. Corinne McDermott: Five Things Flying With Kids Has Taught Me
  • When I got on a plane at the Pittsburgh airport to visit Barcelona for a week, I really had no idea of what political mood to expect when I deplaned.
  • Would all passengers please deplane by the rear doors.
  • To decar is to ` get out of a car, 'in analogy with to debus and deplane. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XII No 2
  • Another, an American Airlines flight from Paris to New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, also diverted to Bradley, where it sat for seven and a half hours before U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents allowed the passengers to deplane, according to an American spokesman. JetBlue Investigated for Tarmac Delay
  • Passengers wishing to refresh themselves or use the facilities may deplane at this time.
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