Perfect Carry On Luggage Size
Nowadays we tend to use carry on luggage as the norm.
The fight begins weeks before your flight departures from your airport of choice.
What do you take with you on holiday that will fit into a small suitcase? Then the struggle to find out what your airline has said about the carry on size of your luggage.
We have all been there and know the frustration.
A recent suggestion to make the luggage size standard for all airlines appears to be gaining ground as passengers are fed up with extra fines if their case does not fit into the metal
luggage rack at the airports.
Normally speaking general cabin bag size is 55cm x 35cm x 20cm.
This size appears to differ from airline to airline.
Confusion sets in at this point as passengers are sometimes unaware of the size of the
cabin bag they can take on board and also what is allowed inside the case.
Sometimes you see passengers emptying their cases and wearing the clothes onto the flight
with them rather than paying the surplus for overweight cases.
This appears to be the usual at the moment. Long gone are the days of bringing everything
with you including the kitchen sink.