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AA's New Boarding Policy Explained

As many of you have heard, American Airlines is allowing passengers without carry-on bags to board after the elite customers but before the riff raff. As to exactly where, well, that’s anyone’s guess. Ellen Degeneres decided AA needed some help in explaining the new procedures:


Reader Comments (3)

I like that! :-)
........And disturbingly, that is something Ryanair would do. :-O
June 5, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterPaula Bag Lass
I'm afraid I'm a bit confused - how do they classify "not overhead bin" luggage? Would something like an ebag's weekender be allowed? Do you just line up and hope they let you through?
June 11, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMegan E.
No, the Ebags Weekender would not work.

What they will allow is something the size of a "personal" item which is supposed to go under the seat in front of you. AA describes a personal item as something no bigger than 35 linear inches.
June 11, 2013 | Registered CommenterFrank@OBOW

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