Airlines seem to be forever tinkering with the boarding process in an effort to get passengers onto planes quickly.
Now Delta Air Lines is trying something new: pre-loading carry-on bags before passengers.
In a complimentary program the airline is calling “Early Valet,” agents will ask customers seated in the gate area if they’d like to participate, Delta spokesman Morgan Durrant told NBC.
“Their bag will be specially tagged, similar to what you’d see at a hotel for room delivery,” said Durrant, “and then taken down onto the aircraft before boarding and placed above a customer’s seat based on their seat…
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