Unused Airline Ticket

unused airline ticket

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  • An airline ticket is a document, created by an airline or a travel agency, to confirm that an individual has purchased a seat on a flight on an aircraft. This document is then used to obtain a boarding pass, at the airport.

  • idle: not in active use; "the machinery sat idle during the strike"; "idle hands"

  • fresh: not yet used or soiled; "a fresh shirt"; "a fresh sheet of paper"; "an unused envelope"

  • Not familiar with or accustomed to something

  • not yet put into use; "we bought an unused car for a change"

  • Not being, or never having been, used

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DOD Travel Cards: Control Weaknesses Led to Millions of Dollars Wasted on Unused Airline Tickets

DOD Travel Cards: Control Weaknesses Led to Millions of Dollars Wasted on Unused Airline Tickets

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Vintage Unused Foreign Stamps

Vintage Unused Foreign Stamps

Vintage Unused Foreign Stamps

A total of 19 stamps

All are from Europe

Some say Europa

All say Deutsche Bundespost


The first two pictured are dated 1970. It appears to be a younger woman pushing an elderly woman in a wheel chair. Also says Pflegehilfe.

The next two pictured is dated 1970. And appears to be a road, leading to a tunnel with a cruise ship in the background. Also says 75 Jahre Nord-Ostsee-Kanal.-

The next two are not dated. It appears to have some sort of mechanical gears on it with a logo looking thing with CEPT in the middle. -

The next two appear to be some famous man on a horse that is cut in half. The name is in cursive and is really hard to make out, but I came up with it saying Freiherr v. Munchhausen. 11 MAI 1720. These say 6,00 at the top. These are dated 1970.

These say 6,00 at the top. Dated 1970. Says CEPT in the top right corner. I have no idea what is pictured. The stamp is green and white. It seems to be some kind of quilt or pattern weaved together. There are two.


These four are dated 1971. These are of Friedrich Ebert. Says DEM DEUTSCHEN VOLKE. Friedrich Ebert. * 1871. Says Deutfches Reich around his head.

This one says SAAR, 1M. Nationale Briefmarken ausstellung SABRIA 70. This is not dated. The picture appears to be a city of some kind in the mountains.

These two are bright red and appear to have firemen putting out a fire. Dated 1970. Says FEUERWEHR.

This one says 12,00 at the top. Is dated 1970. Appears to be a little town in the mountains. Says OBERAMMERGAU.

This one says 9,00 at the top. Is dated 1970. Says CEPT in the top right corner. I have no idea what is pictured. The stamp is red and white. It seems to be some kind of quilt or pattern weaved together.

Me [holga]

Me [holga]

On the AirTran airplane from MD to FL. We missed our first flight (it left at 9:13 AM without us) because the ticket lines were full of grumpy and harried people who had no idea how to use the automated kiosks. There were six lines of people and only two of them had people actively accessing their tickets. The remaining coalesced into passive sheep waiting for the understaffed airline representatives to walk them through the steps (or do the whole process for them). It was actually very annoying since we were a bit late and had to check in 45 minutes before our flight left.

One woman got really cranky when we queried her about why there was one line in an aisle meant for two lines. She informed us that there was only one line and then loudly commented to her husband that we were "cutting" (twice!) as we walked by her and up to an ignored automated kiosk. I mean, if you're going to say something that snarky without even trying to be quiet about it then you are asking for some kind of response. I was a bit too chicken to say anything to her but it just added to the angry-making of the day.

Needless to say, we were late. It was really infuriating to stand idly by and watch four kiosks unused while people just waited for a real person. We were booked on standby for 3:00 PM flight and left to go the mall. When we came back we breezed through the ticket counter and security checkpoint in under 5 minutes. Ironic, yes?

unused airline ticket

unused airline ticket

The Aaron Burr conspiracy: a history largely from original and hitherto unused sources

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