Airlines change procedures to aim for faster boarding

07/31/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Boarding passengers on aircraft in the most efficient way has long been a goal of airlines. Recently, American Airlines and United Airlines have tweaked the boarding process. American is allowing passengers without carry-on luggage for overhead bins to board first, while United reduced the number of its boarding groups.

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