Let’s be honest, finding the right carry-on to bring on your trip can get stressful. Many of us have surely encountered a scenario where last minute before our trip we debate whether our carry-on luggage might be too big to bring on board, but we still decide to bring it. We get to the airport and stand on the check in line fearing our carry-on luggage might be too big and hoping the airline staff will go easy on us and let us bring it on board regardless. But, for safety purposes and for your peace of mind, you should refer to the official carry-on allowance policies before your flight’s departure.
Every airline has their own rules and trying to search for the information on maximum size/weight of carry on allowance can get time consuming. At Briggs & Riley, we like our trips to be as stress-free as possible, so we want to make it easy for you! We put together a list of size and weight allowance of each airline you can refer to when packing for your next trip.
Please note that airline carry-on allowance policies and guidelines are subject to momentary changes and based on Economy standards. For the most up-to-date information, please check your airline’s website prior to departure.