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Overhead and out of mind.

Ever gotten to the back of a booked flight and been unable to find room for your baggage? Remember this next time: You may have a seat assignment, but your carry-on bags do not. The overhead compartments are a free-for-all! Put your bag in the first available spot you see while boarding the plane. By doing so you not only ensure a space for you bag, but you'll also have an easier exit when disembarking.

Adam H. Graham, New York City
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Title Annotation:air travel tips, luggage handling
Author:Graham, Adam H.
Publication:The Advocate (The national gay & lesbian newsmagazine)
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jan 17, 2006
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