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The overhead bins of commercial aircraft get their shape in
part from the curvature of the fuselage of the aircraft. No
rectangular piece of luggage could possibly use the available
space efficiently. Proposed is luggage designed to fit specific
planes, filling the space exactly. Frequent flyers
who only fly
their favorite airline might especially benefit from this, and
they might even have a set that includes each of the various
planes in their favorite carrier's fleet. (Jet Blue only uses the
Airbus A320 and Embraer E190, for example.)
Standardised airline luggage
Prior Art [8th of 7, Sep 09 2012]
||This seems a trifle unfair to all those scatty fat cows, with huge tits that always get on the plane fifteen minutes late and try to stuff oversize packages into the overhead locker, plomping down next to you, crushing you for the entire flight.
||//scatty fat cows, with huge tits that always get on the
plane fifteen minutes late//
||Those must be some truly gargantuan boobs.
||The problem is that I don't think the internal bins
are that standardized, even among types. By the
time a plane gets to be fifteen-twenty years old, it's
been rebuilt and refitted many times.
||It's the wrecking-ball arses I hate. I can only imagine
the seats are designed to withstand that sort of
onslaught; my left ear isn't.
||// Those must be some truly gargantuan boobs//
||Not as big as the booboo I made using that description.