Volume 44
October 24, 2016

A Weekly Aviation Career
Newsletter from Avjobs, Inc.

A Weekly Aviation Career Newsletter from Avjobs, Inc.
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Virgin America Takes Flight
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The History Of Flight Attendants
The Gratitude Campaign
Recruiting Minorities to Aviation
Pilot Promotes Aviation Careers
Pilot Completes Trip
Pay Hikes and Bonuses
Northwest Airlines Hiring
No Ordinary Flight Instructor
Jumpseat Ride Flying Charters
Joe Jones Aviations True Spirit
Is an FAA Career for You
IATA Reports On Airline Traffic
Hubble Multimedia Package
Honda Aircraft Company
History Of Flight Attendants
Having Fun for a Living
Gordon Page Warbird Recovery
Funding Prevents Furloughs
Flying The Canyon
Flight Simulation
Flight Attendants Contract
FAA To Hire 15000
FAA Bumps Retirement Age
Delta Promises Stability
Corporate Flight Attendant Jobs
Congress Recognizes Irving
Colorado Astronauts
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Cirrus Design
Changing Careers
Career Profile Airline Pilot
Career Profile Airline CEO
Boeing Enjoys Sales Spike
Barrington Irving on CNN
Aviations Renaissance Man
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Armed Pilots Refresher Training
An Aerobatic Superstar
American Warns Unions
Airline Ramp Agents
Airline Overhead Bins
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A Life in Aviation
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Airline Overhead Bins

Larger carry-on baggage many passengers bring onto the aircraft.

Overhead Bins
The overhead bins are used for stowing carry-on baggage and other items.

While the airliner manufacturer will normally supply a standard product, airlines may choose to have bins of differing size, shape, or color installed. Over time, these bins evolved out of what were originally overhead shelves used for little more than coat and briefcase storage. As concerns about falling debris during turbulence or in accidents increased, enclosed bins became the norm.

Bins have increased in size in order to accommodate the more numerous and larger carry-on baggage many passengers bring onto the aircraft.

Many new bin designs include a handrail, useful when moving through the cabin when the airliner is in motion.


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