Domestic Flights: (US & Europe) b> Checked Bags: The general rule for domestic flights is you can check 3 bags and carry-on none, check 2 bags and carry-on one, or check one bag and carry-on two. The checked bags cannot exceed 70 pounds per bag, and the dimensions cannot exceed 45" x 55" x 62" for the largest bag. The second largest bag cannot have a dimension that exceeds 55", and the third checked bag cannot exceed 45".
Carry on Bags: The total weight of all the carry-on bags combined cannot exceed 40 pounds on some airlines, but others allow a single bag to weigh up to 50 pounds. The maximum allowable dimensions are 22" x 9" x 14". A briefcase is considered one carry-on bag, but a normal sized woman's purse is not. Some airlines allow coach class travelers only one carry-on bag.
Domestic Flights: (India)
Passengers traveling from USA / USA territories / Canada and connecting onto a domestic airline flight can avail of the 2 Piece concept where in passengers are allowed to carry 2 pieces of baggage weighing a total of 64 kgs
Carry on Bags: The maximum allowable dimensions are 65 cm x 45 cm x 25 cm (LxWxH).
International Flights: Checked Bags: 2 pieces, maximum weight of 70 pounds per bag. The largest piece of luggage cannot exceed 62" in any dimension, and the second piece of luggage cannot exceed 55" in any dimension..
Carry on Bags
Damaged Luggage: Airlines have been known in the past to damage pieces of luggage, perhaps it has happened to you.
In the past, generally speaking, airlines have paid for repairs to most types of damage to luggage. Today things are changing and airlines are becoming stricter in enforcing the policies regarding the types of damage they are responsible for. Things airlines will not cover include: normal wear and tear, minor cuts, scratches, dents, or soiling/loss or damage to parts protruding from the case (e.g.
General Notice Of Baggage Liability Limitations: Liability for loss, delay, or damage to baggage is limited unless a higher value is declared in advance and additional charges are paid. For most international travel (including domestic portions of international journeys) liability for loss, delay, or damage to baggage is limited to approximately $9.07 per pound ($20.00 per kilogram) for checked baggage and $400 per passenger for unchecked baggage. For travel wholly within U.S.
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