You know by now that the next flight you take is going to be very different because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Airlines are removing food and drink services onboard, while others are keeping its middle seats free.
Now another thing that might look slightly different is that there could be no more overhead luggage compartments.
The latest change to in-flight policy comes from Italy where airlines have banned the use of the lockers.
While some might be thrilled by this announcement, those who travel light could be bothered by the new rules.
Last week, Italy's National Civil Aviation Authority announced it will ban the use of overhead luggage compartments.
The new protocol aims to encourage social distancing measures, as well as prevent crowds from clogging aisles.
It should also help passengers off the flight a lot quicker than when they are waiting for people to take their bags.
The ban applies to all flights arriving and departing from Italian airports, even those which are long-haul international.
Instead, passengers will be able to check their cabin baggage at no extra cost.
Italy's national airline Alitalia outlined the new policy on its website, writing: "To protect the health of passengers, the use of overhead bins for the storage of hand baggage will no longer be allowed on all flights operated in Italy.
"Passengers will only be permitted to bring on board small baggage, that can be placed under their seat such as, for example, handbags, backpacks, laptop cases not exceeding 36x45x20 cm.
"We invite passengers to deliver their baggage to the airport at the Check-in / Drop-off counter, to be placed in the hold, free of charge."