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  • #31
    Re: Conversion for luggage, 45 linear inches

    [QUOTE=Unregistered;65795]
    Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
    What measurements would a suitcase be to fit in the 45 linear inches required by airports in the unites states
    what does 45 linear inches retlate to regular inches

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    • #32
      Re: Conversion for luggage, 45 linear inches

      [QUOTE=Unregistered;87699]
      Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
      what does 45 linear inches retlate to regular inches
      See post #18.

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      • #33
        Re: Conversion for luggage, 62 linear inches

        Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
        What measurements would a suitcase be to fit in the 62 linear inches required by airports?
        my measurementa are 24 inches in length 18 inches in width and 10 inches in height

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        • #34
          Re: Conversion for luggage, 62 linear inches

          Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
          my measurementa are 24 inches in length 18 inches in width and 10 inches in height
          24+18+10 = 52" so yours could be a little bigger.
          Just add the three dimensions, compare to the limit

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          • #35
            Re: Conversion for luggage, 62 linear inches

            how do u caluate 45 inches

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            • #36
              Re: Conversion for luggage, 62 linear inches

              Basically the same question has been asked and answered 18 different times, and there is no value to the continued repeats. I will summarize and close the thread.

              1) Measure the length, width, and height of the piece and add the measurements together. If the piece is irregular, measure the greatest value for each dimension, ie the dimensions of the rectangular box it would just fit inside of. Round pieces such as duffles are slightly penalized in this system.

              2) Compare to limit. Most airlines are 45" for cabin pieces, 62" for checked luggage.
              length + width + height < 62 inches
              length + width + height < 45 inches
              (Note: in metric, substitute 157 cm and 114 cm)

              Oversize (and overweight) pieces may be accepted for extra fees. If the piece is only slightly over the limit, results may be mixed. It may be accepted on partially full flights, rejected or penalized on full flights. It may also depend on the mood of the employee. Pieces are judged visually first and measured only if they think it is over. This visual judgement is slightly biased towards the passenger. If they decide to measure, you are almost certainly over.

              THIS THREAD IS CLOSED.

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