Bags of problems

Huang, Clement
September 2015
Business Traveller (Asia-Pacific Edition);Sep2015, p62
The article focuses on struggle faced by airline industry in developing a baggage system which is accepted globally. Topics discussed include global policy-setting group against individual airlines the standardized system; difference in requirement of Singapore Airlines to that of Airlines for America; and presents a chart depicting baggage allowance restrictions for airlines.


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