The boarding box is the suitcase that can be directly brought on the plane without going through the check-in procedures. Many people do not know the relevant knowledge of the boarding box because they do not often do the aircraft. Today, here are some five common questions about the boarding box. Answer questions, let's learn about it together.
The boarding case is a kind of trolley case, but not all trolley cases can be boarded. The so-called check-in box is a travel luggage that is smaller than the airline's regulations and can be carried directly on the plane. If you exceed this size, you must go to the check-in counter to check your luggage. So the so-called boarding box refers to a trolley box that meets a certain size range. The concept of an ordinary trolley case is broader. There are large and small, and you may not always be able to carry it on the plane.
The cabin size needs to be included in the calculation of the wheels, because the wheels will take up the same space when checked. However, the regulations of various airlines may be different. Some airlines have slightly wider standards, and larger ones are fine. However, some airlines have stricter checks and are not allowed to exceed any standards.
The cabin size recommended by IATA (International Air Transport Association) is generally stipulated that the sum of the three sides does not exceed 115CM. The regulations of different airlines are different, you can ask in advance the standard of the airline that will take the flight to choose. Generally speaking, the lower the ticket price, the less free luggage.
The common size of the boarding box is below 20 inches. Generally speaking, suitcases of 16, 17, 18, and 20 inches can be boarded directly. However, because of the different luggage standards, not all 20-inch suitcases can be used. Perfect boarding. Even some 18-inch and 19-inch suitcases may have to be checked in because their length, width, and height do not meet airline regulations.
Generally, the weight of the boarding box is 5kg~7kg, and the weight requirement of the airline boarding box for some international flights is 10kg. The specific weight depends on the airline's regulations.