If you’re like me, you probably have a number of different bags in your closet that all serve the same purpose: carrying your stuff. Whether it’s a gym bag, suitcase, or backpack, these are all items that we use every day and need to fit certain criteria. Not only do we have to find something that will carry our belongings comfortably and securely (or at least look secure), but we also need to make sure it doesn’t weigh too much or take up too much space in order to maximize its potential utility as an everyday accessory. So what do all of these different types of luggage actually look like? How big are they? What are standard dimensions and limits? Let’s take a look at the various types of luggage available today!
Carry-on Luggage Size
The maximum size for a carry-on bag varies by airline, but most airlines allow passengers to bring a bag that’s roughly 21″ x 14″ x 9.” If your carry-on luggage is larger than this, you’ll have to check it at the gate. Some airlines charge fees for checked bags, while others do not; some even offer free checked baggage!
The smallest size for a proper carry-on bag is generally between 17″ and 18″. Anything smaller than that won’t be allowed on the plane with you—and if it’s too small, you might get stuck paying extra fees when going through security checkpoints.
Remember: Always read up on your airline’s policies before traveling!
Checked Bag Size – United
Checked bags must not exceed 62 linear inches (157 cm) in total dimensions, and no dimension may be more than 45 linear inches (114 cm).
- In addition to the above requirements, United Airlines allows a maximum of 62 linear inches (157 cm) total for checked bags and carry-on bags.
- Maximum weight for checked bags is 50 pounds (23 kg).
- Maximum size for checked bags is 62 linear inches (157 cm).
Checked Bag Size – American Airlines
American Airlines is the largest airline in the world, with over 6,000 flights per day. Passengers are allowed to check one bag; however, they need to pay an extra fee if they want to check more than one bag. The maximum size for checked bags is 62 linear inches (or 157 cm), and the maximum weight is 50 lbs (or 22 kg). The dimensions of your bag should not exceed 45 linear inches plus 2 inches for any wheels and handles; that’s considered a standard size for checked luggage.
Checked Bag Sizes – Delta Airlines
If you’re a frequent flyer, it’s likely that you know the size restrictions for checked bags on most airlines. But what if you don’t? Well, we have all the information right here in this handy guide to carry-on and checked baggage dimensions.
Delta Airlines allows a maximum of 62 linear inches (length + width + height) for checked bags—so if your bag measures longer than that, it can be considered oversized. Be aware that any bags above 70 linear inches will not be accepted as a free checked bag; they will require an additional fee of $25 per bag beyond that point.
Delta also limits their carry-on luggage to 45 linear inches total including handles and wheels (25″L x 17″W x 10″H). If your bag is larger than this size limit, then it must be checked at the gate prior to boarding or during pre-boarding at curbside check-in locations: Delta Sky Club® location or airport ticketing desk
If your luggage does not meet any of these requirements for size and weight, then there may be fees associated with them when flying with Delta Air Lines
Southwest Airlines is one of the most popular airlines in the country, and for good reason. In addition to providing affordable flight options, Southwest Airlines offers a generous baggage allowance for all travelers.
According to Southwest Airlines, checked bags that are smaller than 62 linear inches (length + width + height) can be brought on board free of charge. This includes both standard size and oversize bags! However, if your bag has dimensions that exceed this limit it will cost you $50 per way to check your luggage at the gate.
In addition to checking in your bags at the gate when they’re too large for carry-on (or just feeling like doing so), there are a few other things you can do before heading off on your trip:
- Pack light! Pack light by only taking what you need rather than everything and anything just because it’s possible. You’ll save money by not having to check any extra bags or pay fees associated with them as well as time spent waiting around at baggage claim after arriving home from vacation/business trips where all those items could have been left behind without anyone even noticing (or caring).
American Airline Size
The American Airlines maximum size for checked bags is 62 linear inches (157 cm). The maximum size for carry-on bags is 45 linear inches (115 cm).
Personal items can be no larger than 7 linear inches (18 cm).
Ryanair Standard Suitcase Dimensions
Ryanair’s standard suitcase size is 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. The maximum weight for both pieces of luggage is 32kg, but you can only bring two pieces of luggage with you on board the aircraft. Ryanair has a strict no hand baggage policy and does not allow check-in bags either.
Large Luggage Dimensions – British Airways
With British Airways, the maximum size you can have for checked baggage is 23.5 x 40 x 55 cm (L x W x H). This is also the maximum size allowed for carry-on baggage.
The dimensions of your bag are important to know because they affect how much you can pack and how much it will cost to check your bags. If a bag has dimensions that fall outside of the standard range, it may be considered oversized or overweight by airlines.
Oversized Luggage Dimensions – British Airways
British Airways has a maximum size of 158cm for oversized luggage. This is the length + width + height of your bag, so if you’re unsure what they mean by “oversize,” then this is where you want to check it out. They’ll charge you extra if your bag is too big, so don’t let them get away with anything!
This is a table or chart of the sizes of luggage bags.
You can use it to check if your bag will fit on the plane, in the overhead compartment, or in the trunk.
Overall, this is the size of your luggage. This can be useful information if you’re planning on buying new bags or even just want to know what will fit into your current ones. We hope that these charts helped you figure out what size bag works best for you!