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excess luggage

, baggage
luggage that is greater in weight or in number of pieces than an airline, etc., will carry free

baggage

The personal property of passengers or crew carried on an aircraft by agreement with the operator (ICAO).
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because our guest speaker's sleeping one off in a baggage cart
People must place the bags on the belt, people have to take the bags off the belt and load them on a baggage cart, and so on.
The worker, employed by Menzies Aviation, admitted accidentally striking the MD-80 jet with a baggage cart or baggage-belt machine while the aircraft was at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
A couple of airport baggage cart tugs made by Minneapolis-Moline were also on hand, as well as an American Roadrunner rubber-tread pavement roller.
He picked up each basket and carried it over to a baggage cart sitting in the shade.
The cooling system is made up of a Tornado fan and a radiator taken out of a baggage cart conveyer loader.
During a stopover at the Seattle airport several years ago, my 4-year-old daughter was quietly tiding atop a baggage cart when suddenly she exclaimed, "Oh, how beautiful, Mommy - look at that painting!
A dazed man in a suit pushed a baggage cart through the carnage.
Smarte Carte, which has concessions at some 175 international airports mostly located in the USA, is the owner of baggage cart, locker and child stroller services at more than 1,000 airports, train stations, bus terminals, shopping centres and entertainment complexes globally.
It was made from an old flat, wooded train-station baggage cart, two pieces of plywood, two hinges, and rubber matting, but it worked as well as the larger fancy aluminum and fiberglass devices.
National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Jim Struhsaker said that a ramp worker had said he had failed to immediately report striking the aircraft with a baggage cart or baggage-belt machine while it was gated.
A bigger aisle will enable a walk around baggage cart, says Scott, who with 29 years in senior positions at Boeing, including developing the new generation 737, is well prepared for his new challenge.