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Ines Paulos Apr 28, 19 3:24 pm

Cabin baggage 5cm bigger
 
Hi!
I'm going to fly with Aer Lingus to Dublin and my cabin baggage is 5 cm bigger in height. Do you think it would be a problem? Please, help a girl who wants to take outfits options 😅

ROKNA Apr 29, 19 3:11 am

If its 5 cm longer than the published then you have a problem if the bag is square as the bins are curved on the inside, it won't fit

Dambus Apr 29, 19 4:18 am

Also - depending on where you are flying from a larger roll-on is very likely to be noticed and force checked as hold baggage. Eg at LHR pretty much every roll-on gets challenged at check-in (if noticed by one of the agents) and many get challenged at the departure gate.

alserire Apr 29, 19 2:03 pm

News to me. The amount of over sized carry on I see being brought onto EI metal is astounding. Cannot see how 5 cm would make a difference. Very unlikely to be challenged unless it's a regional route operated by Stobart/Cityjet.

ROKNA Apr 29, 19 5:05 pm

The limit is 55 * 40 * 24

There is some leeway in the 24 a little in 40 and none in 55 as the bag won't fit in the overhead unless its turned on its side and takes up the room of two bags

energydj May 4, 19 4:37 pm

I have seen pax get on in LHR with a full back ruck sack and a front one as well.

While I stand in a suit in little more than a laptop bag and get stopped everytime!


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