8 Secrets Airport Staff Don't Want You to Know

 Airports feel that foreign countries have their own rules and regulations and, of course, secrets. Only the people who work there know how things are going, but that's about to change! Be prepared for answers to some of the questions you always want to ask, but never dare ...

Only the people who work at airports know how things really go there and they have a lot of secrets that they don't want you to know. Did you know, for example, that most airports have specific experts called profilers? Your job is to notice nonverbal signs of anxiety, such as people licking their lips, itching, or looking around a lot.

8. They are specially trained to analyze "passive" behavior. Most airports have specialized experts called profilers. These people are practicing a technology called SPOT, or passenger track and trace. They carefully analyze facial expressions, gestures, and behavior to identify suspicious people. Your job is to notice nonverbal signs of anxiety, such as licking your lips, itching, or looking around a lot. If a profiler notices that a person is behaving strangely or is "out of place", he can invite her for a check-up and talk to the person who is trying to find out more about her. Profiler works in important rooms and passport control. The most common question they ask is, "What is the purpose of your visit?" They examine the individual's response to this question. No matter how reserved a passenger is, if he has something to hide, TSA officials will find gratitude for the slightest hint of people's behavior.

7. They know how aggressive you are. Many large airports have special cameras that can detect a certain level of attack. These cameras transmit information to a computer that, in the event of a dangerous number of attacks (such as when a person sees red on the screen), prevents airport security from conducting a detailed investigation. They are tested with remote sensors, infrared technologies, and the beam of certain images. In this way, experts can detect a person's specific reactions by examining the person's heart rate, breathing, and body temperature. Maybe one day we will all go through security checks without even knowing it!

6. They don't know what will happen to their luggage when they leave the airport. Most people ask at one point or another, "What happens to my luggage and why is it always dirty?" The short answer is that airport personnel don't know when you're leaving their area, they don't care, sorry. Baggage is sorted automatically: scanners scan the barcode and sort baggage according to destination. The three main tasks of airport baggage handlers ... are to move your bags from the check-in area to the boarding gate. A To move your bags from one door to another when you have a connection. Transfer your luggage from the plane to the baggage claim area. That is all! Therefore, if your luggage is not moving fast enough, your connecting flight may be delayed. Or, on the contrary, your suitcase arrives at its destination because you are trapped in control of your passport. Another problem may arise if you forget to tear off the old stickers showing another destination. In this case, the scanner may send your luggage to the wrong country. UPS!

5. There are dogs looking for their bags. Before boarding your luggage, it goes through five levels of security, one of which involves looking for a special dog that can absorb hazardous chemicals (in addition to scanning the contents). It is a well-known fact that the nose of a dog is stronger than that of any human. In fact, dogs recognize 10,000 to 100,000 times more odors than humans. It is not surprising that airports take advantage of this super security sense and regularly use these "sniper dogs" to locate suspicious objects. The really interesting thing is that you can't even tell a detective dog from his "civil" brothers. Unlike police dogs, those who work at airports are not trained to intimidate or intimidate people. The most popular sniper breeds are the Golden Retriever, Labs, and German Shorthair Pointers.

4. Cook your food throughout the day. Most airports have large kitchens that cater to passengers. These kitchens usually cater to different airlines at the same time. Since those delicious air meals have to be cooked 6-10 hours in advance, these kitchens have to work 7 days a week, 24 hours a day! Surprisingly, your flight menu opens a year ago! This is common on most airlines because all the ingredients are important and increase the cost. In fact, American Airlines was able to save $ 40,000 after removing an olive from all the salads served on their flights!

3. The airport handles more flights than you think. Dispatchers not only control the planes in the sky (as you often see in the movies), they control their movement on the ground and the lighting on the runways. That is why there are 3 types of air traffic controllers: route, terminal, and tower. Each of these senders has its own specific responsibility. A sender has about five monitors, and their information is constantly changing as the monitors display information about the weather and other flights. Talk about stressful work!

2. They will definitely check the validity of your visa, no excuses. If the airport staff finds that your visa has expired or you have nothing when entering your country, you will be deported by the same airline that took you there. Not to mention, they also have to pay the ticket bill, which means you can go home for free. That’s why people at the check-in counter make sure your destination country has a valid visa because no one wants to pay for your flight!

1. They know what is in their hands. Airport staff sometimes ask passengers to rub their hands with a cloth before placing them on a special machine. It may seem a little scary, but it's really harmless. It is checked by a machine called an atomizer. Before starting their working day, employees place samples of hazardous chemicals in the machine. The machine "memorizes" the odor and notifies airport staff of the danger in the event that a person's hands smell the chemicals. Which of these facts surprised you the most? Share this article with all your friends to know these great secrets! If this article contributes to your knowledge of flight procedures, click the "Like" button.

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