A couple of days back I wrote about a flight that I booked from . NYC-Amsterdam for $356 roundtrip
While I feel that this is a very fair price to pay to fly to Europe, the flight on
does have some restrictions. I booked the cheapest option called Lowfare which doesn’t even come with the right to use the overhead bin! Norwegian Air Continue reading Would You Pay To Use The Overhead Bin During A Flight
Over the weekend I ran a poll to get some feedback about a topic that I’ve often thought a lot about both while waiting to board and during boarding.
I have my opinion on overhead bin space but wanted to see what you think when it comes to the question:
Who Owns The Overhead Bin Space?
I decided to
after writing a post a few months back about the (overhead bin space) topic which you can check out run a poll . here Continue reading Who Owns The Overhead Bin Space- Poll Results
At the end of September I wrote a post asking an interesting question-
Who Owns the Overhead Bin Space ?
Now obviously none of us actually own the space but do we pay for the right to get our fair share of storage up top?
Why is it fair that overhead bin space should have to be saved for those lugging on larger pieces of luggage while other bringing on smaller bags should have to use their precious foot space for those pieces?
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With all of the news in the past month about knee defenders and the right to recline, it made me wonder about another sensitive topic- the overhead bin.
I have to admit that Kim and I check our luggage probably on 98% of our flights. For longer trips, especially when you’re traveling with a toddler, fitting all of a family of three’s things into a couple of carry-on bags just isn’t going to happen.
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