from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A trademark used for a telescoping corridor that extends from an airport terminal to an aircraft, for the boarding and disembarkation of passengers.


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  • We are the "Jetway" of IT industry and we are the "Jetway" to the future we hope to grow with our partners continuously and we would like to bring mutual beneficial effects to each other.


  • 'Pit' for cargo hold 'Bin' Pit retained Customer service representative Airport service agent Customer service representative Passenger loading bridge Jetway Passenger loading bridge Procedures

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  • They left the Jetway and at least for a moment things got better.

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  • He stepped into the Jetway, joining the stampede for baggage claim and customs and sandwiched between the business-class and economy customers.

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  • As he followed CJ down the Jetway, Tommy could feel the heat spreading across his chest and arms, creeping up his neck.

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  • But the chairs were mostly full, and the door to the Jetway was open and passengers were filing through it.


  • As I walked from the plane a uniformed driver stood near the Jetway exit.

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  • The plane landed without incident, a portable Jetway was brought out to the aircraft.

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  • Mike, our captain and another Mississippi native, who piloted us through not-so-friendly skies, sent his passengers through the Memphis Jetway with a wish for a great debate and a hearty “hotty toddy!”

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  • As the pilots checked in, grabbed their paperwork, and walked down the Jetway, he anxiously asked out loud, “Are we supposed to get on the airplane?”



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