Baggage belt. Image: Gettyimages For decades people have wondered how to get their luggage without waitingThere are several methods of playing with the system and ensuring fast delivery Air travel requires a lot of waiting; from long lines to pass the luggage through the security zone, place the suitcase or wait for the plane to take off. And even, after hours of travel and landing, you stop until you find the luggage in the baggage carousel. For decades people have wondered how to get their luggage without waiting times. But is there really any way to do it?Fortunately for impatient passengers there are several ways to play with the system and ensure a quick delivery of the suitcase once the plane lands. To do this, you must first ask the worker behind the check-in desk if they can place a “fragile” sticker on your luggage. Suitcases with these types of tags are placed at the end and unloaded from the plane first. Contrary to what happens on the train – we hope to be the first passengers to enter and deposit the suitcase in a safe place – on the plane we will be the last ones to enter. This is a trick that can subtract a few minutes of waiting time in front of the baggage carrousel; make sure you are the last person to enter the plane instead of being in a hurry to be the first. In this way we have the guarantee that our luggage comes on board the latest and is the first thing to be taken out.Airport suitcase. Image: PixabayThe order of loading and unloading is not an exact scienceHowever, the latter method is not safe, since loading and unloading systems vary between flights and airports. In addition, airplanes are loaded with lots of luggage and can be balanced in the belly of the plane during the flight. And even if your suitcase is returned with the same conditions in which you gave it, it may not be the first to leave. Like the prices of air promotions, the order in which luggage is loaded and unloaded from an airplane is not an exact science. If all of the above fails, there are some exceptions if you are willing to pay for them. Some airlines give priority to baggage belonging to elite travelers, VIP passengers and business class, which means that they will be stored separately from other luggage and will leave first.
DERRY is set to try to upstage Co Donegal – by allowing fans to come together for a massive outside broadcast of the All-Ireland final.With no such venues here in the county, council officials in Derry City are hoping to lure thousands of GAA fans into the city on Sunday Week.Derry City Council is going to beam the final between Donegal and Mayo into Waterloo Place next Sunday, September 23. Mayor Kevin Campbell extended his best wishes to the Donegal team ahead of the big final and said they had the full support of the people of Derry.“Everyone in Derry is behind our neighbours in Donegal and hoping that they bring the Sam Maguire Cup up to the North West,” said the Mayor.“I am delighted that the public will be able to come along to Waterloo Place next Sunday and watch the game on the Big Screen and cheer Donegal on.” Advertisement With thousands of Donegal fans unable to get their hands on tickets, pubs, bars and restaurants here in the county are planning special events.But as yet there is no public outside big screen – and drink-free – event where parents can take young families.That could see many fans opting for the Derry city centre event, which will marshalled by council health and safety staff. DERRY TRY TO UPSTAGE DONEGAL WITH MASSIVE OUTSIDE BROADCAST OF ALL-IRELAND FINAL was last modified: September 15th, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:DERRY TRY TO UPSTAGE DONEGAL WITH MASSIVE OUTSIDE BROADCOAST OF ALL-IRELAND FINAL