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a porter who helps passengers with their baggage at an airport

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Curbside Check-in is designed to give customers the convenient opportunity to book, purchase and check-in from home, drop their bags curbside with a skycap and move directly through the security check-point to their gate.
Gave the impression he would come on a ton for the experience when finishing strongly to beat Skycap a nose over this trip at Yarmouth 15 days ago.
Godolphin's Skycap showed a good attitude when going down by a nose to Angel Rock on his racecourse debut at Yarmouth and can make amends in Leicester's ladbrokes.
Problem employees may have more baggage than an O'Hare skycap, but the claim manager or supervisor must address these issues.
If the skycap knows you by name, and you've racked up so many frequent flier miles you're giving them away to the grocery bagger, you're a Jetsetter.
skycap An airport employee who checks baggage at the curbside.
We're checking two bags," I told the skycap outside the airport.
Since 1994 Hubbell Lighting has produced a hemispherical shield known as the SkyCap (NPU-BI).
You don't need to get on a plane, book a hotel, take a cab, go out to restaurants, or tip the doorman or skycap.
Davis sends King a check for twenty-six dollars that represents one hour of pay from the Skycap Local 297 of the United Transport Service Employees, AFL-CIO, at the Newark Airport, New Jersey.
Perhaps your clients checked their luggage with a skycap at curbside, contrary to the instructions mailed in advance to them, then went straight to the gate.
Travelers with tickets in hand or e-tickets can summon the skycaps for assistance with baggage either at curbside or within the temporary Skycap Check-in Facility along the west end of the parking garage.
An airline that, from the skycap to the flight attendant, displayed attitudes befitting a surly teenager short on sleep.
less than 24 hours before the Northridge earthquake, I absentmindedly left my New York overcoat with the skycap at LAX--a sure sign to me that I was coming back soon.