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    Default Vanguard Skyborne 48 - Airline friendly?

    Hi all,

    Seeking advice if the Vanguard Skyborne 48 can pass through as a hand carry bag. I saw the physical bag today and it is slightly bigger than the 45. But now in a dilemma as I like a bigger backpack but worry it cannot make it through as a hand carry bag.

    Looking forward to some advice from the bros here. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Vanguard Skyborne 48 - Airline friendly?

    There are defined measurements for hand carry luggage (size, weight). They vary between different airlines, too. Best to check online what is allowed and what not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridgerock
    Hi all,

    Seeking advice if the Vanguard Skyborne 48 can pass through as a hand carry bag. I saw the physical bag today and it is slightly bigger than the 45. But now in a dilemma as I like a bigger backpack but worry it cannot make it through as a hand carry bag.

    Looking forward to some advice from the bros here. Thanks.
    Basic IATA guidelines:

    Cabin baggage should have a maximum length of 56 cm ( 22 in ) , width of 45 cm ( 18 in ) and depth of 25 cm ( 10 in ) including all handles , side pockets , wheels etc.

    There are variations. Weights range from 5-10kg.

    Some airlines are strict, some are flexible. Low cost carriers are less flexible but it's all about payments.

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