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September 14th, 2011
02:58 PM ET

Today's Big I – The quickest way to board a plane?

In today's Big I we talked to the astrophysicist who says he has a solution that would speed up time it takes to board a plane! In fact, double it!

Click here for the interview.

Filed under: Ali Velshi • Anchors • The Big I
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  1. John from Erie, Pa

    I think that Jason's idea has merit if you start boarding from the back first. Another prob;em that slows boarding is the size of carry on luggage being allowed. On my last trip across country a couple of weeks ago people had carry on luggage the same size as luggage I paid $25 to check in. If during the check in process the ticket agents enforced the size limits of carry on bags it would free up space in the overhead bins so you can put your carry on above your seat instead of searching for an empty space several rows away from your seat and slowing people during the boarding process. The airlines could just drop the $25 charge and increase the fare to encourage more people to check in their over sized carry ons' that really aren't carry on luggage to begin with.

    September 15, 2011 at 8:49 am |
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  3. tradersmind

    i think that first of all you should start from pickin up the right category so you can get more answers.
    Second, Forex is a kind of thing that when you are new to it you sould read the info in your mother language
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    Sorry, but about explaining what is forex, i am a bit bored right know and still i would advice you to google it.

    March 21, 2012 at 7:28 pm |

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