Bigger overhead bins are coming soon at United, other carriers

04/24/2012 | APEX Editor's Blog

U.S. carriers including United and American Airlines are retrofitting some of their narrow-body aircraft to expand overhead-luggage-bin capacity in response to increasing passenger frustration. As many airlines have moved to charge for checked luggage, the boarding process has become negative for many travelers as they struggle to stow carry-on luggage and compete for space in bins.

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