In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1maletero masculine(de aeropuerto) changador masculine River Plate
- American Airlines has been testing a $2 fee for fliers who use skycaps to check luggage at curbside locations.
- The mandatory fee could also lead to reduced tips for the skycaps, ‘and that's how they make their money,’ De Pace adds.
- Uncertain body language is like blood in the water for robbers, touts and con artists, all of whom lurk outside Customs like skycaps.
- I got to LAX 2 hours prior to flight time, had the skycap check my bags and check me in, and headed to security.
- Some airports charge $2, plus tip, to use the services of a skycap to check a bag.
- Frankly, the sight of our former CTO loading bags with the other free-agent skycaps was a little unsettling.
- And I decided that the elderly woman in the wheelchair being pushed by a skycap was old money.
- Money talks in Vegas, so drop $10 or $20 on a skycap for quicker service when time gets tight.
- The wonderful and very helpful skycaps do not carry a pocketful of liability-release forms.
- The wolverine gave a claim-ticket to the skycap, tipping him in advance.
- Now, free skycap service appears to be the next casualty.
- When we got to the Burbank Airport, the skycap asked for our IDs.
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