I’m calling to make an appointment with you for next Monday.
I wonder if it would be convenient to meet you tomorrow.
Would it be convenient if I call on you tonight?
Could you arrange an appointment with Mr. Green for me?
I’d like to drop by tomorrow to talk over our plan.
I look forward to seeing you at your office on July 18.
Can you squeeze in some time for me next week?
Suggesting a time
Can you make it at 3:00 on Monday?
Will 9:00 be alright/okay with you?
How about/what do you think of 3:30?
Let’s say about 9is tomorrow?
Anytime before 6 p.m..
Anytime except Monday will be fine/okay/all right with me.
I’m available from 9:00 to 3:00.
Making enquires about flights
I have an enquiry about the flights to London on Saturday.
Have you got any morning flights on Sunday from Beijing to New York?
Is it a non-stop flight?
How long will the flight take?
What’s the fare for a one-way/round trip to Shanghai?
When does the flight depart/leave?
When is the departure/arrival time?
Is there a discount for a night flight?
Can you put me on the waiting list?
What time am I supposed to check in?
I’d like to book a business class ticket on United Airline Flight 518 to Boston.
Can I make a reservation for a morning flight on May 3rd, please?
I’d like to stop over in Chicago if it all right.
I’d prefer first/business/executive/economy class.
Could you book me an aisle/a window seat?
Could you make arrangement for vegetarian meals?
Confirming and canceling reservations
I’d like to reconfirm my connecting flight reservation.
I wonder if I could cancel my reservation with United Airlines to New York on November 16.
A: Good morning. Can I please have your ticket and passport? How many pieces of luggage would you like to check in?
B: Just this one piece. Can I carry on this bag?
A: Sure. I’m sorry. Your luggage is 8 kilos overweight.
B: How much should I pay for the excess weight?
A: The charge for excess weight is 6 dollars per kilo.
B: Guess I don’t have a choice.
A: Here’s your boarding pass, ticket and passport. Have a good trip