interval estimate

Most major airlines allow passengers to carry two pieces of luggage (of a certain maximum size) onto the plane. However, their studies show that the more carry-on baggage passengers have, the longer it takes to unload and load passengers. One regional airline is considering changing its policy to allow only one carry-on per passenger. Before doing so, it decided to collect some data. Specifically, a random sample of 1,000 passengers was selected. The passengers were observed, and the number of bags carried on the plane was noted. Out of the 1,000 passengers, 345 had more than one bag.
The domestic version of Boeing’s 747 has a capacity for 568 passengers. Determine an interval estimate of the number of passengers that you would expect to carry more than one piece of luggage on the plane. Assume the plane is at its passenger capacity.