drop-off charge

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Noun1.drop-off charge - a fee added for returning a rented car to a location different from the one where it was rented
fee - a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
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Drop-off charge is daylight robbery - where does the money go?
THE boss of Glasgow airport yesterday defended the introduction of a controversial PS2 drop-off charge.
A SPEKE pensioner claims the introduction of a drop-off charge at Liverpool John Lennon airport has led to his road being used as a car park.
And when returning the car, there's no drop-off charge to take it back to the airport, so I have taxi fare only one way.
The pounds 1 drop-off charge, pounds 2 trolley fee and general pettiness do nothing for the image of Wales.
In the past seven months Cardiff Airport has increased the cost of pre-book parking, as well as introducing a drop-off charge for drivers and a fee to use its baggage trolleys.
The introduction of a PS2 drop-off charge has already sparked controversy.
But does Ms James expect us to believe that the Government thinks a pounds 1 drop-off charge will deter a terrorist attack?
Edinburgh Airport say the pounds 1 drop-off charge, which came into force yesterday, is designed to cut congestion and make people think about taking the bus instead.