Among major airlines, the typical limits for checked bags are 50 pounds and 62 linear inches (length + width + height). For onboard baggage, the most common size restriction is 22-by-14-by-9 inches. (Many airlines don’t state maximum carry-on weight, so presumably if you can lift it, you can take it.) But once you get outside major airlines and traffic routes — especially on regional and smaller aircraft — the rules can vary a lot, so confirming your airline’s baggage rules is one of the best ways to avoid gate-checking your sensitive gear or coughing up a hefty fee for your weighty bag.
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