Checked bags: Maximum of 62 linear inches (length + width + height;

**158 cm**) including handles and wheels and maximum of 40 pounds in weight (18.1 kg). Any bag that exceeds these dimensions or weight limit is considered oversized/overweight and has a corresponding charge.In this manner, what is the formula for linear inches?

Linear inches – or really, any linear dimension – simply refer to the sum total of your bag's length, width and depth. So, if your bag measures 28 inches high, 13 inches wide and 10 inches

**deep**, its linear measurement or linear dimensions would be 28 + 13 + 10 = 51 linear inches.How do you calculate a linear foot?

To find

**linear**footage, you simply need to find the**measurement**in**feet**, and that's the answer.**Linear feet**and**feet**are the same**measurement**, and do not require width or thickness measurements at all.**Linear**footage is a**measure**of length, 1**foot**is 1**linear foot**.What is linear length?

**linear**measure. measurement of

**length**, as distinguished from volume, weight, etc. a system of measuring

**length**, in which 12 inches = 1 foot or one in which 100 centimeters = 1 meter.