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FAQs - Carry On Luggage

  • How big can a carry-on be?

    The size of carry-on luggage typically varies by airline, but most require that a carry-on suitcase or carry-on case should not exceed 22 inches in length, 14 inches in width, and 9 inches in depth. These dimensions include handles and wheels, ensuring your item fits in the cabin overhead bin or under the seat. It's always best to check the specific airline's guidelines before travel.
  • What size is a carry-on?

    A standard carry-on suitcase is often around 45 linear inches (length + width + height) including wheels and handle, fitting within most airline guidelines. Options like a hardside spinner or a hardside carry-on offer extra durability, while an expandable carry-on provides additional internal space if needed.
  • What is carry-on luggage?

    Carry-on luggage refers to a type of baggage that passengers are allowed to carry along in the passenger compartment of a plane rather than checking it in. Common types include hard-sided carry-on and carry-on spinners, which are designed for convenience and to adhere to airline size restrictions. These suitcases often come with features like a telescoping handle and 360-degree spinner wheels for ease of mobility.
  • What is the best carry-on luggage? (CALPAK of course!)

    The best carry-on luggage typically combines durability, storage capacity, and ease of handling. Look for a hard-shell carry-on or a hardside carry-on with robust features like a strong shell, efficient internal compartments, and smooth wheels. Top-rated luggage is often tested for various travel conditions and may come with a warranty for extra assurance. Models like the elite spinner or expandable hard-sided carry-on are popular among frequent travelers for both leisure and business.
  • What can go in carry-on luggage?

    In carry-on luggage, passengers can pack items essential for their flight and trip. This includes clothing, personal items, electronics, and some liquids in limited quantities (following TSA guidelines). Items like laptops and travel essentials are typically stored in cabin baggage for easy access. Be mindful of airline restrictions on certain items and pack accordingly. Always refer to the product page or site of your airline for specific carry-on item regulations.