What are the 4 most commonly asked questions regarding carry-on?
- What size carry-on is allowed?
- Can a 24 inch luggage be a carry-on?
- What is defined as a carry-on?
- What is not allowed in carry-on luggage?
What size carry-on is allowed?
The maximum size for a carry-on bag is typically 22″ x 14″ x 9″ (including handles and wheels). However, please check with your airline for their specific requirements.
Can a 24 inch luggage be a carry-on?
Yes, depending on the airline. Most airlines have a maximum carry-on size of 22 inches, but some may allow larger bags as carry-ons. Be sure to check with your airline before traveling to make sure your bag meets their requirements.
What is defined as a carry-on?
A carry-on is a type of luggage that passengers are allowed to bring on board an aircraft and store in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of them. It typically includes a suitcase, backpack, laptop bag, or other small item.
What is not allowed in carry-on luggage?
Most liquids, aerosols, gels, creams, and pastes in containers larger than 3.4 ounces (100ml) are not allowed in carry-on luggage. Additionally, sharp objects such as knives, scissors and tools are not allowed in carry-on luggage.