5 Unloading Luggage In the Airport of Saint Petersburg

Unloading Luggage In the Airport of Saint Petersburg

Posted on November 4, 2013 by team


Just an ordinary day in the airport of Pulkovo, Saint-Petersburg. Luggage being unloaded. Here’s why you’d better not check in any luggage containing photo devices, laptops etc. How does it happen in your city? Is it a global problem?


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5 Responses to “Unloading Luggage In the Airport of Saint Petersburg”

  1. Tutan Camon says:

    Nice job!!!!Supercalifragilistic,automatic turbo!!!!!

  2. Dan says:

    Definitely a global problem. Worst offender – Air France. It’s because baggage handlers are usually contract employees. they don’t work for the airline. they work for a company that contracts them out to service several airlines; so they don’t care.
    Most of them are marijuana smoking scum anyway!

  3. Fulminato says:

    True. They always break my luggage. I will travel with market bags instead of suitcases.

  4. bjorn skis says:

    workers don’t give a shit about their jobs and show no respect for the belongings of those that pay their wage.

  5. Gelsomino says:

    In the Soviet days, the joke was “We pretend to work and they pretend to pay us.” Apparently, some things never change.

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