Baggage handlers are now viral on TikTok to show how the checked suitcases are stored on the plane

DJ Sugue, a TikTok user, sheds light on how luggage is packed under the plane.

Dj Sugue, a TikTok user, shows how luggage is packed under the plane.DJ Sugu

  • Dj Sugue shared a TikTok video showing how to store luggage under the plane as a ramp agent.

  • Sugu’s clips have been played over 17 million times at the time of writing.

  • Sugu has posted several TikTok videos showing his technique for packing planes.

Dj Sugue Lets people see inside how to load luggage under a commercial plane as a ramp agent at Vancouver International Airport, Canada.

November 2 He posted a TikTok video It shows “what the 100 bags in the belly of an airplane look like”. At the time of writing this video, it has been viewed more than 17 million times.

The video shows Sugue, who has been working as a ramp agent for four years, packing bags together as if it were a Tetris game. He told insiders that he had a system that puts hard or heavy bags down and light or soft shells up.

Sugu added that it usually takes 10 to 20 minutes to pack about 100 bags, depending on the size of the plane.

He told insiders that the second video he posted on November 6 was personally the best record, as he packed about 120 bags in 12 minutes.

“It’s hard to load everything in less than 10 minutes, but I’ll do my best,” he said.

Since sharing the first video, Sugue has uploaded more clips showing how to attach different bags and boxes to different airplane undercarriage.

The commenters shared how grateful they were to people like Sugu and also apologized for checking heavy bags in the past.

“I’ll never pack my suitcase into a heavy one again. I’m sorry for the guy,” commented TikTok user @beachesinCali.

Another TikTok user, @_TheRealSnoopy, wrote, “Damn, I sometimes forget how hard these airport workers are working just to have a seamless experience while traveling.”

Being viral at TikTok was a welcome surprise for Sugue, who had just regained work in the summer after being fired for a pandemic.

“It’s actually crazy,” he said about becoming viral, adding that he intends to showcase other aspects of his work based on the ideas his colleagues gave him.

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