Line up to board a plane, and you will see a wide array of carry-on bags in a variety of shapes, colors and, unfortunately for the airline staff, many different sizes. While some of those oversized bags immediately get the boot, the assortment of sizes can still make it tough to maximize overhead bin space. That struggle could be a thing of the past, if carriers sign on with the industry’s new specifications for the “perfect” carry-on.
Even though electronics are a huge business, the devices are getting smaller and the number of people purchasing them from online outlets is growing. Thus, the nation’s biggest retailer has decided to cut the amount of floor space it dedicates to all things electronic.