baggage handler

baggage handler
1) носій
2) вантажник

Англійсько-український словник авіаційних термінів / Уклад.: Р.О. Гільченко. - К.: НАУ. 2009.

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  • baggage handler — baggage ,handler noun count someone whose job is to deal with passengers BAGGAGE at an airport …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Baggage handler — In the airline industry, a baggage handler is a person who loads and unloads baggage (suitcases or luggage), and other cargo (airfreight, mail, counter to counter packages) for transport via aircraft. With most airlines, the formal job title is… …   Wikipedia

  • baggage handler — a person employed by a railway, airline, or steamship company to load or unload baggage. * * * baggage handler UK US noun [countable] [singular baggage handler plural baggage handlers] tourism someone whose job is to deal with passengers’ …   Useful english dictionary

  • baggage handler — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms baggage handler : singular baggage handler plural baggage handlers tourism someone whose job is to deal with passengers luggage at an airport …   English dictionary

  • baggage handler — a person employed by a railway, airline, or steamship company to load or unload baggage. * * * …   Universalium

  • baggage handler — noun One employed at airports to move baggage and other cargo between the aeroplanes and the terminal …   Wiktionary

  • baggage handler — /ˈbægɪdʒ hændlə/ (say bagij handluh) noun a person employed to load luggage on and off a plane, train, etc. –baggage handling, noun …  

  • John Smeaton (baggage handler) — This article is about the baggage handler involved in the 2007 Glasgow International Airport attack. For the 18th century civil engineer, see John Smeaton .Infobox Person name = John Smeaton QGM caption = birth name = birth date = 1976 [… …   Wikipedia

  • Handler — may refer to:a person who handles something: ** animal handler, person who conducts animal training or is a wrangler (profession). ** a sports handler, a coach (sport) or sports agent of a sports player, or a promoter (entertainment) ** agent… …   Wikipedia

  • baggage — 1. Baggage and luggage overlap in use, although baggage generally connotes something heavier and bulkier and less easily transportable by hand. Some collocations are more or less fixed, e.g. excess baggage, baggage claim, baggage handler; and a… …   Modern English usage

  • baggage — noun (esp. AmE) ADJECTIVE ▪ carry on, hand (BrE) ▪ checked (esp. AmE), checked in (BrE) ▪ Any sharp objects must go in your checked baggage. ▪ excess …   Collocations dictionary

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