The Greyhound station in Binghamton, New York does. See the related links for more information. Greyhound Lines, Inc. 15110 N. Dallas Pkwy., Ste. 600 Dallas, TX 75248 Tel. 972-789-7000 Fax 972-387-1874 Luggage in transit, in their control, obviously yes. Unfortunately, since the lockers that used to be available to store passenger baggage became tools too easily used by terrorists (in the early days bombs were frequently linked to having been placed in them), like airports, these types of facilities have generally been eliminated. You pretty much must keep your baggage with you at all times.
No. There are luggage lockers at mainline railway stations which have interchange facilities with London Underground stations, but there is simply not enough room for this kind of facility.
there are lockers at most stations but you have to pay for it
The luggage room is, a car in the train full of the passengers' luggage. *do not add alternates to this question*
The plural form of the plural noun passengers is passengers'.Example: All of the passengers' luggage has been stowed.
In France all major stations have left luggage lockers.
This bag is not mine. It is a Passengers'.
Originally the main purpose of this vehicle was to pick up passengers and luggage from train stations and transport them to vacation resorts (early 1900's thru 1930's)
Checked in luggage is luggages of passengers that travel that are stowed on the lower part of the plane where luggages are holded.
It depends on th airline you're flying with and on the class of travel. Some airlines allow you to check in more luggage than others. Also buiness class passengers get a larger luggage allowence than economy passengers.
A full size City bus will weigh about 20,000 LBS (roughly 9,000 KG ) With out any passengers. A 56 passenger Highway, tour or Greyhound coach can weigh up to 41,000 LBS (Roughly 18,000 KG) with a full load of passengers, Luggage and Freight
Total load capacity 850 lbs of passengers and luggage according to the owners manual 2006 Corolla
There are luggage lockers in the three main Brussels Railway Stations: Brussels North, Central and South.
The Warsaw Convention deals with airlines' liability for passengers' luggage.
820 lbs of passengers and luggage
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Flight attendant frequently DO help with some luggage, as an aid to getting the passengers boarded. However, they are not required to, and in some cases, cannot. Their primary job is to ensure safety and comfort of passengers. They are not porters, skycaps, or bellboys.
At greyhound they do not ever search you. Although in the backroom where they take your luggage after you hand it over to them could be different. So to be safe whatever your carrying keep it with you and you will be fine. In New Mexico,el paso and Phoenix they do random checks with dogs around the luggage compartments of buses.
The Cessna 406 is a twin turboprop executive aircraft. It can carry 14 passengers and about 1,000 pounds of cargo or luggage.
The gross weight of any vehicle is the laden weight. The Gross Vehicle Weight Rating is the maximum gross weight the vehicle is rated for. So, for a bus, that would include passengers, fuel, and luggage (if a type of bus which carries luggage).
Depending on the airline that you are using some will allow you up to 40 lbs / 45 inches on hand luggage on top of your purse if you are a female
The people who carry bags at railway stations are porters.
yes i went to blackpool last year and they searched our luggage when they stopped for the breack.....they also search hand luggage. hope you find this information helpfull xx
Plane-side is a derivative of gate-check in terms of luggage. Plane-side luggage is generally used to describe luggage that was gate-checked, but left on a designated cart next to the stairs of a small aircraft. This cart of luggage is then taken and loaded into the cargo hold of the aircraft. Upon arrival, the luggage is taken off first and carted to the aircraft stairs for passengers to retrieve.
the use of the a conveyor belt is used to transport passengers luggage so that they can collect it when they get off the plane.