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John Moore Brabazon was the first person to receive a pilot's license in Britain and the first Englishman to fly an aero plane on December 4, 1908
Found on the internet - A Ramp Rat's Pet Hate -
As so often happens, I got this idea after reading another post on F/A´s pet hates...so here´s our view of things.
When you as a passenger check in your bags, PLEASE make sure that you intend to embark on the flight.
When you as a passenger check in your bags, PLEASE retrieve any and all needed items first (passport, medicals, books, toys or whatever), and place them in your carry-on bag.
When you as a passenger check in your bags, PLEASE make sure that the bag is built to withstand the weight & amount of stuff you place in it.
When you as a passenger check in your bags, PLEASE, carefully wrap something shock absorbent (like a towel or something) around any fragile items.
When you as a passenger check in your bags, PLEASE consider the final weight of the bag, if it´s too heavy for you to handle without any greater inconvenience, lighten the weight by adding a bag.
When you as a passenger check in your bags, PLEASE be in time at the check in counter!!!
When you as a passenger waits to pick up your bags, PLEASE don´t go ballistic if it should take a few extra minutes before your bag shows up....think of it...on major flights there are well over 300 bags to offload and transport to them bag carousels.