Preboard meaning

prē'bôrd'
To board (an aircraft, for example) ahead of the regular time or before other passengers.
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To allow (one or more passengers) to board ahead of the regular time or before other passengers.
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To board an aircraft or other conveyance ahead of the regular time or before other passengers.
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To allow someone to step or climb onto or otherwise enter a ship, aircraft, train or other conveyance before other people are allowed to board.

People requiring assistance or extra time will be preboarded.

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Origin of preboard

  • pre- +"Ž board
    From Wiktionary