In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Instead the reception area has been set to the side and is laid out in four individual check-in counters.
- There are reports that the company will need to shed more workers as it increases the number of automated check-ins when it moves flights to Heathrow's new terminal in 2008.
- Inside, there were plenty of places to sit and plenty of check-in counters for guest registration.
- Now, airlines are reaching the same point with check-in kiosks in airports.
- Airlines often assume that some passengers will miss check-in times, and so overbooking of flights is not uncommon.
- We were greeted without a smile, even sullenly, at the domestic check-in counter.
- The agent gave us instructions about the flight along with check-in times at the airport.
- New technology that might speed passenger check-in may get delayed.
- In addition to more space and fewer companions, some carriers offer limousine or helicopter service to and from airports and separate check-ins speed the process.
- However, staff on the airport check-in desk disagreed and refused him permission to board without a doctor's letter.
- Will weighing scales be installed at check-ins?
- Rogerson is reported as saying: ‘There's no humour at the check-ins and for about 20 minutes I was quite scared.’
- The government is working to make airport check-in a little easier.
- Almost every check-in desk at the airport had a long line except for one, the airline I was taking.
- It's happening at grocery store checkout counters, movie theater ticket purchases and airline check-ins.
- Only passenger details including proof of identification are required to be produced during check-ins, as all booking information has already been stored in their computer systems.
- Its Business Class features exclusive check-ins, comfortable Business Lounges with Internet access, personal satellite phones in every seat and meals planned by leading world chefs.
- Baggage handlers and check-in staff at 16 airports across the UK voted by four to one to accept a 4.2 per cent pay offer.
- You probably see air travel in terms of long check-ins, airline food and air mileage.
- At Heathrow, passengers queued outside terminals just to join check-in lines but the airport expects to return to its usual schedule by tomorrow.
- Nor do I see any problem with face scanners at Airport check-ins.
- Passengers were advised at check-in that there was going to be a change.
- Among the first things would be to shift check-in counters to the ground floor from the first floor.
- At the check-in desk at Stansted Airport, I was asked whether I was carrying any meat or dairy products out of the country.
- Two flights were delayed and hundreds of passengers stranded as check-in desks and shops lost power.
- Don't you just hate queues at airport check-ins.
- Travellers waited at check-ins and at security stations on Monday.
- The printouts - which replace traditional boarding passes issued at airport check-ins allowing access to secure areas - should be specific to only one individual passenger.
- Other security measures include a ban on luggage check-in by airport entrances and passenger check-in anywhere but the airport itself.
- One Japanese airline lets passengers use the phone to speed up check-ins at airports and next year you'll be able to use the phones to begin paying for train rides and video rentals.
- Instead, passengers will need to pick up a boarding pass at ticket counters, curbside check-ins, self-service ticket kiosks or by checking in and printing out passes from airline Web sites.
- A consumers report has declared that Stansted has the best check-in area of all UK airports.
- The first audition, for the role of a West African female airport check-in assistant, is being held in Chatham on Friday 7 February.
- The number of check-in counters has doubled to 75 and all airlines will now be using a single software system.
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