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Travelers on a watercraft in the Danube delta, 2008

Travelers in the parlor auto of an Amtrak San Joaquin Valley train, California, 2014

A traveler (additionally shortened as pax[1]) is an individual who goes in a vehicle yet bears practically no obligation regarding the undertakings needed for that vehicle to land at its end or generally work the vehicle.

Travelers are individuals who ride on transports, traveler trains, carriers, boats, ferryboats, and different systems for transportation.

Group parts (if any), and in addition the driver or pilot of the vehicle, are generally not thought to be travelers. For instance, a flight orderly on a carrier would not be viewed as a "traveler" while on obligation, however a representative riding in an organization auto being determined by someone else would be viewed as a traveler, regardless of the possibility that the auto was being determined on organization business.


1 Railways

2 No pax

3 See likewise

4 References

5 External connections


In line speech, 'traveler', and in addition being the end client of an administration, is additionally a categorisation of the sort of moving stock used.[2] In the British case, there are a few classes of traveler train.[2] These classifications include:

'Express traveler', which constitutes long separation and rapid line go between significant areas, for example, ports and cities.[2]

'Semi-quick express traveler', a kind of administration that is high velocity, however stops at chose goals of high populace thickness en route.[2]

'Neighborhood traveler', the least class of British traveler train, which gives an administration that stops at all stations between real goals, for the profit of nearby populations.[

No pax

In transportation, a "no pax" excursion is an outing without passengers.[3] for instance, no-pax flights are cargo, ship and situating flights.[4]