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The hundreds of workers are subcontractors from Flight Services & Systems and ReadyJet and include baggage handlers, wheelchair attendants, skycaps and cabin cleaners, according to the Boston Globe.
More than 25 years ago, Dixon was working as a skycap at Miami International Airport when a friend suggested he show up at an open mic night.
The union representing skycaps, wheelchair attendants, cabin cleaners, and baggage handlers at the luggage carousels said workers will go on strike at Philadelphia International Airport starting Wednesday.
The same is true for taxi drivers, hotel personnel and skycaps.
In the past, the FAA has relented, reinstating the service — but this time the ban looks permanent, the skycaps here fear.
Just ahead of the busy Fourth of July weekend, about 50 baggage handlers, skycaps, ramp agents and other workers for Miami International Airport subcontractor Ultra Aviation went on a 24-hour strike beginning noon Thursday.
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Definition of skycap for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to carry people's luggage at an airport
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