Old Oct 9, 15, 10:54 am
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Yesitsme
 
Join Date: Aug 2013
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Originally Posted by Flier74 View Post
Same here, anything which looks oversized gets sent back to the node/ Gate to see if it fits I the gauge, same when someone comes on with more than the allowance (in excess of 2 items)- I invite them to go back up to the node/Gate to have an item checked into the hold.
No arguments over already tagged items, they have been tagged for the reason.

I have not been the most popular on boarding for those reasons but it's simply not fair on those who comply to the cabin baggage regulations and then don't have space for their belongings.
What I'd like to say to the passengers with too many items who argue about bringing it onboard is: "What makes you so special that you should be allowed to ignore the rules?". I'd never say it out loud, of course, but sometimes it's tempting....
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