Some cool stuff around the web today, so I figured I’d share another post with some things to watch out for:
- IATA has delayed it’s “Cabin OK” program whereby they would create an internationally used standard size carry-on, which would allow passengers to seamless carry bags between airlines without having to worry about different sizes allowed. The restriction also places an “IATA approved” logo on the bag so airline personnel know that it fits the regulation size.
- You can buy socks with the famous Portland Airport carpet pattern on them. Too cool. I’ll be placing my order today. 🙂
- A passenger snapped this photo of a maintenance worker fixing a piece of a plane with duct tape. Scary.
- KLM has come out with another fascinating video, this time showing how to land a plane in the dark. Watch how this 747 lands in Kilimanjaro from Amsterdam.
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