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IATA’s bogus motive to reduce size of carry-ons

IATA has proposed smaller limits for carry-on bags to ensure all air travelers will have space in planes’ overhead bins. Ned Levi examines the problem and the IATA solution. He concludes the guideline is about profit, not helping passengers.


4 reasons new carry-on bag sizes won’t fly

After creating conditions that have led to overcrowding of inflight luggage bins, the airline solution is to make allowable carry-on bags smaller. Fees for checked bags and more passengers packed into planes means smaller carry-ons are in order.