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Old May 7, 12, 7:33 pm   #1
 
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How can you fly with 34" and larger rolling duffles?

Can anyone explain how you can fly with a 34" or large wheeled duffle when the length+width+depth is greater than 62"?
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Old May 7, 12, 8:39 pm   #2
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You can fly with it paying an oversize (and possible an overweight one, also) luggage fee.

Or you can try your luck: if the airline clerk that process your baggage does not perceive it to be oversize, no fee will be assessed. Marginally oversize bags rarely are measured, but all bags are weighted.
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Old May 7, 12, 9:18 pm   #3
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Welcome to Flyertalk.

Many airlines will let you go up to 115 or so inches, but you will have to pay an oversize bag fee of something like $100 per bag.

It's usually much less expensive to break it up into two smaller bags that are not oversized if it's possible.
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