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To both questions, "It depends on the airline."

While there are standard baggage sizes across some of the major carriers, it is prudent to check the airline you will be traveling upon regarding luggage fees, size allowances, and just what can be carried on and what must be checked. Plus, you have to know what you may carry in carryon luggage, what you can not take, and what can not be carried in checkin luggage. And weight is a factor as well.

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Is first checked bag free. what I size for carry on


Check the airline site for information about baggage. The direct answer to your questions: 1) Depends on the airlines 2) Depends on the airlines.

Two sites that offer tables covering many airlines and baggage are below.

http://www.wikihow.com/Pack-for-Air-Travel

What you can put in the bags:

https://www.smartertravel.com/2012/01/31/10-things-you-should-never-pack-in-your-checked-bag/

https://www.tsa.gov/travel/travel-tips/travel-checklist

Below are the two sites regarding fees and size.

Baggage Fees and Packing Tips FareCompare

https://travel-made-simple.com/carry-on-size-chart/

Right Size for Carry On Luggage Consumer Reports (2015)

I like the Lonely Planet guides.

Aug 22, 2017 | Luggage & Travel

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Traveling light- its not always what you pack


Since most airlines have started to charge for checked luggage there have been a lot of people turning to carry ons. The probelm is that people are still trying to pack the same amount of stuff into a carry on as they would into a checked bag but with a few simple tips you can drop the weight of your carry on by a lot.

Before you even start to think about the clothes that you want to take with you look at the bag you are packing in. Does it have wheels and a handle? Do you really need a wheeled carry on? If you are traveling by car or plane then chances are you aren't going to be doing too much carrying of your carry on so the wheeles can be a luxury that you may not really need. bags with wheels and hendles can add up to 3 pounds to your bag! So if you can go with out maybe you should.

The times that I have packed in a soft bag like a small duffel I was able to fit more and still be able to fit the bag into the over head bin. A lot of times you will see people trying to force their over sized carry ons into those tiny over head bins. If you cut out the hard surfaces of the bag you will not only cut out a few extra pounds from the weight of the bag but you will also have a much easier time fitting the bag into the over head bin. Not to mention that if you have to move quickly in the airport sometimes carrying your bag on your back is faster and easier to navigate than a rolling bag.

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Size of suitcase dimensions of luggage


Carry On Size Chart 150 Airlines Travel Made Simple


How to Pack for Air Travel


Check the individual airlines sites you are traveling with to confirm allowances for baggage size and weight and number.

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Do you allow carry on bag ?


go to the particular airline website or what ever mode of travel you are thinking of using and check their luggage terms. Or contact the service number on their web site and ask them as this forum is not in the business of travel.

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How many luggage bags is one person allowed?


The common standard seems to be one suitcase of 23kg in weight for the standard class ticket. There seems to be an upper limit of 32kg on excess baggage ( the total weight of the luggage).
On some airlines the excess above 32 kg is deemed as cargo and has to go by a cargo plane .
suggest that you look up the particular airline web page you are using and looking up their bag limits to be absolutely certain !

as size limits on the suitcase also may apply.

Weight is very important on aeroplanes as too much weight means the plane does not achieve sustained flight at take - off .

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Carry on luggage handlebar does not open fully. it opens only half and not more.


Check manufacturer website for instructions, online help/chat, or a support phone number.

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Can you take bottles of alcohol in your carry on luggage or checked luggage


Carry on is OK, but must meet the TSA standards, same as all other carry on liquids. 3 ounces or less.


Checked is also OK, no limits, but pack securely to avoid breakage and pilfering by baggage handlers.

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