Just short of the runway it stopped and a light came on the front of the plane.
We could faintly hear the rumbling noise of the aircraft engine.
He left by asking us to go to the viewing gallery to see the take-off and arrival of planes.
We saw numerous X-ray machines scanning the baggage of passengers.
Few days back we were taken from school to see this airport. We formed a queue and entered the airport, trying not to come in the way of passengers. The lounge was brightly lit and tastefully decorated.
Huge screens displaying the arrival and departure of flights greeted us at different spots. There were a large number of people with baggage in tow, some standing in queue before ticket counters, some proceedings towards different numbered gates. We heard voices at short intervals announcing the arrival, departure or delay of flights and at times asking passengers to proceed towards a particular gate for security check.
The viewing gallery had sound-proof glass on one side and rows of chairs for people to sit and watch.
A bus dropped passengers near the aircraft, and then they proceeded to climb the stairs leading into the aircraft.
The smell of snow, however, is difficult to explain.
The frozen water crystals have a certain scent to them, an almost crisp odor.