If a passenger declines to participate, the airline is advised to select another traveler at random, according to the guidance
By Jeanette Settembre
Airline passengers may be required to step on the scale at the airport or share how much they weigh before boarding a flight, a new report suggests.
Data airlines use to measure passenger weight to ensure safety onboard planes may be outdated as the obesity rate in the U.S. increases. Now, air carriers may have to update average passenger weight, according to the airline blog View from the Wing, citing a circular advisory sent out by the Federal Aviation Administration.
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