2nd October 2019


What does 158 linear cm mean?

Most airlines have a size limitation for check-in bags to be not more than 62" / 158 cm by adding the length + width + height (L+W+H) of a bag.

Similarly, you may ask, how do you measure 62 linear inches?

Measure the length, the width and the height of the suitcase. Add these three measurements together to get the size of the object in linear inches. Consult your airline to see if your baggage meets airline restrictions. Typically, airlines allow two checked bags and those bags cannot exceed 62 linear inches in size.

How much is 45 linear inches?

For US carriers, the typical size limits for carry-on bags are that the sum of the height, length, and width of the bag should be less than 45 linear inches (114 cm), and the weight under 40 pounds (18.2 kilos).
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