Holiday fliers should be prepared for carry-on scramble

11/6/2013 | CNBC

Passengers may scramble to find overhead bin space for their carry-on luggage this holiday season. Some fliers try to break the rules by sneaking extra bags on the plane, or storing them under their legs with a coat thrown over the bags for camouflage. "The most difficult part of the job is the boarding process because it can be chaotic," said flight attendant Sara Keagle.

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