4 Responses

  1. NB
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    It would only be impossible to deliver on in the USA where airlines allow people to carry on two bags with larger dimensions. It would not be impossible to deliver were they to limit passengers to one bag of the agreed dimensions. Which is one of the contributory factors in making domestic travel in the USA such a miserable experience.

  2. Kevin
    Kevin at |

    Of course a week after implementation, there would be multiple listings on ebay for the new logo sticker that could be affixed on any luggage a customer could drag on-board – and then the the pissed off customer lawsuits would start…

  3. Alan
    Alan at |

    ‘under the seat in front’ a bag that size? No way – I need some sort of legroom and don’t think I should have to give it up just because someone decided to bring two massive nags on board!

  4. Rupert
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    It’s ironic that the U.S. Carriers where the one to push back so hard, when bin space for carry-on is mostly a US problem. I can’t remember the last time I saw a bag being gate checked in Asia, Europe, Latin America or Africa…
    The combination of high fees for checked luggage and generous allowance for carry-on in the US is causing havoc with the boarding process – and I don’t think that bigger bins is going to solve that, without enforcement of existing rules and/or reduced carry-on allowance…