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Airport staff members share details from their job - Kiwi Report

Airport staff members share details from their job


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Airport staff members share spicy details from their job

Airport staff are the ones tasked with the unenviable task of dealing with the general public when it’s at its most stressed – before, during, or after air travel. And they have to do all of that with a smile to boot. Millions of people travel through airports across the world each year, and on occasion, their luggage will, unfortunately, end up damaged or lost. If you’ve ever wondered how that sort of thing happened, then our airport staff confessions will answer this, as well as many other questions passengers would like to ask them.
[post_page_title]Single lines are always better[/post_page_title]
Ever notice how airports construct singular lines instead of multiple ones when you’re checking your bags? They do this because it gives us peace of mind. Think about it…
Single lines are always better

When there are multiple lines, we’re always anxious that we got into the wrong one, and that the other lines are certainly moving faster than ours. In a single line we don’t have that problem. We simply get to the front, and only then are we directed to the next available ticket agent.

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