ニュースの中での Passenger

コロケーションの例

passenger service 旅客サービス
passenger services 旅客サービス
passenger traffic 旅客交通
passenger train 旅客列車
passenger trains 旅客列車

出版物および例文

The China Post
· The Latest: India climbs to 7th biggest outbreak in world  
The railways will run 200 more special passenger trains from Monday and some states have opened their borders to vehicular traffic.
The China Post
· Insider: JetBlue CEO discusses COVID-19’s impact on airlines  
He talked recently with The Associated Press about making passengers feel safe while flying, what types of trips people will take first, and how COVID-19 will bring permanent changes to the airline business.
Hong Kong Free Press
· During tough times for Hong Kong, some words of wisdom from a minibus uncle  
R was the only passenger on the minibus and the driver was waiting to pull out of the stop because a car was parked in the middle of the street.
CNA
· Delta, union working to avoid furloughs of 2,300 pilots  
After air travel demand virtually disappeared in April, US airline executives have pointed to some green shoots, but the industry is not expected to return to pre-pandemic passenger traffic for at least three years.
The Age
· Driver on manslaughter charges after alleged hit-and-run kills two Perth women  
The passenger, a 27-year-old from Cooloongup, died at the scene.
The China Post
· Atlanta mayor: 2 officers fired in ‘excessive force’ arrests  
The video, shown on TV as captured by local reporters, shows a group of police officers in riot gear and gas masks surround a car being driven by a man with a woman in the passenger seat.
The New York Times
· As Protests and Violence Spill Over, Trump Shrinks Back  
The bunker has not been used much, if at all, since those early days of the war on terrorism, but it has been hardened to withstand the force of a passenger jet crashing into the mansion above.
The Guardian
· Seven former foreign secretaries urge UK to take lead on Hong Kong  
Now and again, we have to have the quick manoeuvre where the Rolls‑Royce gets a bit scratched but the passengers get to their destination, because if the United States is going to give less leadership in global bodies but the need for that is strong, the UK has to be prepared to launch initiatives and perhaps be a little bit more French in our approach.
CNA
· Commentary: COVID-19 makes waves for international shipping  
According to data from UNCTAD, passenger ships — including cruise liners and ferries — constitute only about 0.4 per cent of international shipping by deadweight tonnage (DWT).