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Airline Passengers Are About 5% Fatter Now, And It Could Mess With Your Travel Plans

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Airlines must now update weight information on passengers for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in order to continue to adhere to airplane safety limits, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported Wednesday.

The FAA is requiring airlines to submit a plan by June 12 with updates on the average weight of passengers including, but not limited to, baggage, clothing, and electronic devices and how those weights are calculated, according to the WSJ.

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