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Define Cabin Cleaner

cabin cleaner. In the airline industry, a worker who cleans the floor, seats, window, galley, and lavatories of an airliner passenger cabin between flights. See also deep cleaning and quick turn.


In context . . .
“Sameer Yousef, a lead cabin cleaner for ABM, one of the companies hired by airlines, oversees a team of four that cleans United airplanes at San Francisco International Airport. On average, he said, his team cleans everything from the galley, floor, lavatories, seats and windows on more than a dozen airplanes every workday. “To clean, we need 10 to 15 minutes, but they give us seven or six,” or even less time for quick turns, he said. “It’s a very big pressure for us. They don’t give us more people to help.”
Source: New York Times

 

 

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