Definition of deplane
: to disembark from an airplane
Recent Examples of deplane from the Web
That's more than twice as high as Denver, notes USA Today, and so high that lead researcher Randy Haas says he's seen people faint after deplaning at the regional airport there.
In California, passengers may be familiar with the dual-door approach at Hollywood Burbank Airport, where passengers board and deplane through two doors.
This was especially the case when Melania wouldn’t take the president’s outreached hand as the two deplaned at the airport in Tel Aviv, Israel.
After a few hours' flight to Italy, the Trumps deplaned yet again, with another hand-miss to interpret?
Passengers deplaned while police arrived and the man was eventually escorted off the plane.
After the customers refused to speak with a team leader about the situation, the Port Authority Police Department was called and the entire aircraft deplaned.
The fight involved three passengers aboard the Boeing 737 Flight 2530 during deplaning at Burbank Bob Hope Airport in the San Fernando Valley suburb of Los Angeles on Sunday, according to a statement made by Southwest.
After being deplaned, the 44-year-old man allegedly tried to choke an ANA employee.
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Definition of deplane for English Language Learners
: to get out of an airplane after it arrives at an airport
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