Every passenger on the Swissair flight was given a miniature chocolate football as we approached Basel.
A passenger sitting in front of him was attempting to sneak photos of Cooper on his iPhone.
One German passenger who was thought to be missing had returned to Germany, still in shock.
If one device overheats in a passenger cabin, that fire can be readily handled with an extinguisher.
The full name of the passenger, Hourdajian told The Daily Beast, can be accessed from within the Uber app by the driver.
Another half-hour, and—unless help arrived—every passenger must swim for it.
We asked a passenger who belonged there what sort of a place it was.
The original ticket of this passenger was then offered in evidence.
He entered into conversation with a passenger, which for a while made me suspicious.
So the passenger traffic between Amoy and the southern colonies is very great.
early 14c., passager "passer-by," from Old French passagier "traveler, passer-by" (Modern French passager), noun use of passagier (adj.) "passing, fleeting, traveling," from passage (see passage).
And in this I resemble the Lappwing, who fearing hir young ones to be destroyed by passengers, flyeth with a false cry farre from their nestes, making those that looke for them seeke where they are not .... [John Lyly, "Euphues and His England," 1580]The -n- was added early 15c. (cf. messenger, harbinger, scavenger, porringer). Meaning "one traveling in a vehicle or vessel" first attested 1510s. Passenger-pigeon of North America so called from 1802; extinct since 1914.