Alaska Airlines will retrofit all 34 of its Boeing Sky Interior 737s with Space Bins, the larger overhead bins created by Boeing. The Seattle-based carrier will modify the 737s, mostly -900ERs, with the Space Bins, which increase the space for overhead carry-on baggage by up to 50%. Alaska was the launch customer for the product. Alaska Airlines’ treasurer and VP finance Mark Eliasen said the Space Bins would make it possible for virtually all passengers to bring onboard a wheeled ...

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