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Airport staff members share spicy details from their job - Page 62 of 100 - Kiwi Report

Airport staff members share spicy details from their job


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[post_page_title]Drop it like it’s… heavy[/post_page_title]
Overpacking your bag is not recommended, and not just because it means you’re going to have to pay extra to get it on the flight. Baggage handlers believe that the heavier the bag, the more likely it is to get damaged.

Drop it like it’s… heavy

The handlers have to lift your bags, and when they get an unexpectedly heavy one, accidents can sometimes happen. They are dropped more often, but there is one way you can combat this problem. Adding a “heavy” sticker to your luggage will at least give the handler some warning.

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