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Overhead Bins Grow To Hold Larger Carry-Ons

Several airlines, including Delta, American, and United, are buying new planes with larger overhead bins or retrofitting older planes to accommodate larger carry-on bags. What do you think?

  • "Good. I hate storing my things in another part of the same plane I'm flying on."

    Chris Steadman
    Systems Analyst
  • "That's great news for customers. Larger carry-ons means more weight on flights, which means greater fuel consumption, which should send ticket prices down, if I'm not mistaken."

    Candice Blythe
    Mycologist
  • "I'm going to use the extra space to store all my problems, because I'm on vacation!"

    Timothy Locke
    Flux Mixer