Column: Overhead space requires simple rules of etiquette

08/24/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Policies and fees by themselves won't solve the struggle over airlines' limited space for carry-on bags, writes New York Times columnist Joe Sharkey. Instead, passengers need to observe good manners and awareness of others, he suggests. In the words of protocol expert Pamela Eyring, it's largely a matter of "being cognizant of other people and showing basic respect."

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