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Houston airports move baggage claim further away so that passengers would walk longer than they wait, cutting down on complaints about wait time: Should other airports move their baggage claims?

Houston airports move baggage claim further away so that passengers would walk longer than they wait, cutting down on complaints about wait time: Should other airports move their baggage claims?
  • Yes, they should.

    Other airports should also move their baggage claims. By moving the baggage claims further, passengers will be able to walk longer than they have to wait. This is a good solution that will help cut down on the complaints about the wait time. Wait time is always boring, hence making the passengers impatient.

  • Yes, other airports should move their baggage claims

    Yes, other airports should move their baggage claims. This seems to be an ingenious plan. If wait times cannot be shortened, than why not change the impressions of the passengers. The whole problem is their perception that wait times are too long. If you change the perception, then the problem no longer exists.

  • Yes, other airports should move their baggage claims.

    Yes, other airports should move their baggage claims because it prevents people from getting upset. When people walk to baggage claim, they feel they are doing something. They are moving and exercising, but when they wait, they get bored. This will prevent too many people from getting mad about flying.

  • No, not all of them.

    This solution does not really solve the problem. Houston takes a long time to get passengers bags ready, and rather than working on solving the problem, they have decided to distract the passengers. This is only a stop gap measure and does not address the real issue that is causing the problem


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