What size luggage can you carry on an airplane?

Answer According to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), most airlines will not allow an item exceeding 45 linear inches to be stowed on board. This includes the parcel's height, width and depth. Th... Read More »

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What size can carry-on luggage be?

According to the Federal Aviation Administration, carry-on luggage can be no more than 45 linear inches, which includes the total height, width and depth of the bag. Most airlines require passenger... Read More »

What is the size of luggage that can be a carry-on bag for flying?

Most airlines require that carry-on bags be no more than a total of 45 linear inches, which refers to the total of the length plus the width plus the height. Some airlines do allow up to 55 linear ... Read More »

What size will airlines allow for carry on luggage?

The size of carry-on luggage for an airplane is limited to 45 linear inches -- the combined total inches of height plus width plus depth of the bag. Nothing over this size is allowed on board and m... Read More »

What size luggage is considered a carry-on?

A piece of luggage measuring 45 linear inches (total of the height, width, and depth of the bag) or less is considered a carry-on bag by most airlines. The standard dimensions are 22 inches high by... Read More »