After “significant concerns were expressed in North America,” the International Air Transport Association is reassessing its much-criticized guidelines for handheld luggage after suggesting last week that the bags become smaller.
After “significant concerns were expressed in North America,” the International Air Transport Association is reassessing its much-criticized guidelines for handheld luggage after suggesting last week that the bags become smaller. File photo by Donna McWilliam The Associated Press
After “significant concerns were expressed in North America,” the International Air Transport Association is reassessing its much-criticized guidelines for handheld luggage after suggesting last week that the bags become smaller. File photo by Donna McWilliam The Associated Press

New carry-on bag guidelines are put on hold

June 17, 2015 11:10 AM

UPDATED June 17, 2015 02:53 PM

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