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In the aerospace context, a passenger is a person who travels on an aircraft as a fare-paying customer. Passengers are transported on commercial airlines, private planes, and other types of aircraft for a variety of purposes, including vacation and leisure travel, business trips, and visiting friends and family.

Passengers are typically seated in the cabin of the aircraft, and they are typically provided with food, drinks, and other amenities during their flight.

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