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.
Beside this, how do I 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.
What is the linear dimension?
A linear dimension is a group design object. The dimension value is the distance between the start and end markers (reference points selected by the user) measured in the default units. The references may be objects (tracks, arcs, pads, vias, text, fills, polygons or components) or points in free space.