The head of a group representing US flight attendants wants the FAA to form a working group to develop solutions that ensure carry-on baggage will not present an obstacle to emergency aircraft evacuations. The call to address possible safety risks of overhead luggage comes in the aftermath of the May 5 emergency landing of Aeroflot flight SU124, which killed 41 people when a Sukhoi Superjet 100-95 crashed upon landing at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport, 27 min. after taking off for a ...

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