Bombardier has unveiled a cabin design upgrade for the CRJ900 that is primarily focused on creating more overhead bin space for carry-on bags. Speaking at the Regional Airline Association (RAA) convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, Bombardier Commercial Aircraft VP-marketing Patrick Baudis said the Canadian manufacturer is trying to solve the problem of traditional roller carry-on bags having to be gate checked for CRJ flights. The new cabin design will allow for 50% more bags to be ...

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