Airline Luggage Guide | FAQs, Checked, Carry On, Laptops, Food, Weight, Size

    Airline Luggage Guide

    Our Airline Luggage Guide answers questions like, What can I take on a plane in checked luggage? Are laptops allowed on planes? What are international travel luggage size limits? and much more. Packing for any trip is extremely stressful, but it becomes all the more daunting when part of the trip involves catching a flight. The regulations regarding what you can and can’t bring on a plane are notoriously complex – some would say needlessly confusing – and they change with such rapidity that it can be hard to keep track of them.

    Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. If you’re packing your bag ahead of a trip abroad, we suggest studying this Airline Luggage Guide. In it, we’re going to be answering some of the most frequently asked airline luggage questions to get you and your belongings to your destination without issue.

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