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Carrying on About Carry Ons

Carrying on About Carry Ons
by Geo Beach

1998 will go down as the year of the great carry-on debate. Some airlines started holding passengers to only one bag, other carriers stuck with two. But then again, sometimes they consider a purse or laptop computer a carry-on. Delta and Continental got in a row when Delta started limiting the size of bags on Continental flights. The latest news is that the country's flight attendants are asking the FAA to step in and set industry-wide standards. Don't expect that to happen anytime soon. And now we hear from a weary passenger who's seen just one garment bag too many.

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