Airlines around the world don’t agree about carry-on luggage size and weight restrictions. This makes it nearly impossible to meet the requirements of every airline.
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Cabin baggage should have a maximum length of 56 cm (22 inches), width of 45 cm (18 inches) and depth of 25 cm (10 inches) including all handles, side pockets, wheels etc.
However it’s not that easy as just buying a luggage bag that fits within these guidelines. It’s best to buy a carry-on luggage that falls within the limits below to be sure your luggage will be allowed on most airlines.
Recommended Size If You Only Need 1 Carry On Case
If you’re only searching for 1 travel suitcase then we advise buying something smaller than this:
55 cm (21.6 inches), width of 40 cm (15.7 inches) and depth of 20 cm (7.8 inches)
Cabin bags that fall within these size restrictions will be accepted by most airlines and still contain enough space.Those of you who are frequent fliers probably use different airline companies from time to time. To make sure you have no problem when going on your next travel you may want to purchase 2 bags – one larger bag and one smaller. The latter one can be use with budget airlines that have stricter size limits.
Baggage Rules By Airline Company
|Air Lingus||21.5 x 15.5 x 9.5||55x40x24||10|
|Air Canada||21.5 x 15.5 x 9||55x40x23||10|
|United Airlines||22 x 14 x 9||56x35x22||-|
|Virgin Atlantic||22 x 14 x 9||56x36x23||6|
|American Airlines||22 x 14 x 9||56x36x23||-|
|Thomas Cook Airlines||21.5 x 15.7 x 7.8||55x40x20||10|
|South African Airlines||22 x 14.2x9||56x36x23||8|
|Ryanair||21.5 x 15.7 x 7.8||55x40x20||10|
|Lufthansa||21.5 x 15.7 x 7.8||55x 40x23||8|
|KLM||21.5 x 13.5 x 9.8||55x35x25||12|
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How Strict Are Airline Baggage Policies?
When checking in your bags will be weighed. If they are slightly heavier and larger than the airline restrictions you won’t have any problems. However it’s better to prevent it, just to be on the safe side. Airlines do have other guidelines than weight and size such as the number of carry on bags you can take with you on a flight.