A crackdown on over-sized carry-on bags at United Airlines.
FOX News Radio's Lisa Brady reports:
Size limits for carry-on bags aren't new, but airlines don't always enforce them down to the inch. More and more passengers, though, trying to avoid the checked-luggage fees that started in 2008 so United Airlines is now launching what it describes as a public awareness campaign, including bag-sizers in some cases before security checkpoints, sending passengers with over-sized carry-ons back to the ticket counter to check the bag and pay the fee. The norm had been letting them check-it at the gate if the bag was too big and waiving the fee. Some passengers convinced it's all about the fees. United says it's hoping to speed the boarding process.
Lisa Brady, FOX News Radio.