Different airlines might have different rules when it comes to how much hand luggage you are allowed to travel with. Now C Teleport shows you the exact allowed weight for carry-on luggage, right next to check-in baggage rules on the booking screen.
When it comes to how much hand luggage you are allowed to carry with you on board, you might find it surprising that different airlines can have different rules.
So how can you always make sure you are within the limits?
Thanks to C Teleport’s latest update, you can easily see the exact hand luggage you are allowed to travel with, right next to the check-in luggage (if any) that comes with your ticket.
This new feature is especially helpful when you travel with low-cost carriers that usually don’t include check-in baggage in your standard ticket price. In such cases it is important to know just how much carry-on luggage you are allowed to travel with.
Luggage (or baggage) allowance is most usually specified as a combination of weight per piece of luggage. Most commonly, when you book a ticket, you will also see your available luggage options in the form of a maximum number of bags allowed in the ticket. However, it can also just be offered in weight total. Then the number of bags does not matter, but instead their total weight.
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