- n. Plural form of passenger.
“For me, talking to my passengers is absolutely the best part of the job.”
“But he did not sit in silence, for his tongue ran on, and he found something to say to the second mate, who was superintending the getting on board of what he called the passengers '"traps," and something else to every man of the busy crew, who, in consequence of a hint given by”
“We have seen a uptick in passengers from our airline frequent-flier partners," says Ken Testani, SuperShuttle's senior vice president of marketing.”
“But in load factor, the load factor for even 75 passengers is still at around 35% of the train being utilized - and with no reduction in labor cost.”
““We regret that the issue escalated to the heightened security level it did,” the airline said, “but we trust everyone understands that the security and the safety of our passengers is paramount and cannot be compromised.””
“A second boat carrying about three dozen passengers is expected to join it, Berlin said.”
“He could not stand them any more than he could stand the stupid first-cabin passengers and the riotous young people.”
“What local human-rights groups label the “pogrom” began with the incineration of 58 Hindu train passengers on February 27, 2002, in Godhra, a town with a large Muslim population and a stop on the rail journey from Gujarat to Uttar Pradesh, in north-central India.”
“Airlines are currently required to download an updated version of the no-fly list at least every 24 hours to make sure none of their passengers is barred from boarding commercial flights.”
“The sequence after that finds the bandits forcing all of the passengers from the train.”
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