Flight attendants lobbying for standardized carry-on limits

03/23/2010 | USA Today

TSA screeners could find themselves enforcing size limits for carry-on bags if a flight attendants' union is successful in its lobbying efforts. Based on a poll showing that 80% of flight attendants say they have sustained injuries while helping passengers stow their bags, the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA is urging Congress to pass a standardized size limit that would apply to all airlines. The union claims that stricter carry-on limits would enhance aviation security, as well.

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