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When I'm on flights that long what I like to do is carry a larger backpack with a smaller bag inside of it that has the stuff I'll want in-flight. The larger backpack additionally has stuff that I want access to in an airport or in case of getting stranded overnight from a flight cancellation or missed connection. Putting the smaller bag inside the larger ...


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Anything valuable and all important documents for your travel should be as close to you as possible. This means your passport, boarding passes (unless using electronic ones but I will bring a printed copy too), address at your destination plus any other necessary documentation to pass immigration and customs at your destination airport, including potential ...


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A few bonus tips to go with Roddy of the Frozen Peas excellent answer: Don't make the bag too big, as it will be taking up some of your legroom. Some aircraft have electronics boxes for the in-flight entertainment system under the seat, which further reduces the available space. You can always put it in the overheard if there's space, particularly if you ...


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Under the seat? Hopefully nothing. That's where I store my feet. There's not enough space for a bag.


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The following is a list of the sort of items you should include in your cabin luggage (eg. not your checked luggage): All valuables (jewelry, money, etc) Important documents (passport, itinerary, hotel reservations, medical prescriptions, etc) All electronics (phone, laptop, mp3 players, etc) Anything fragile or which might break due to rough or careless ...


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From what I've been able to locate in Czech Republic, the closest model to Ryanair's standards is the "March Ypsilon Small": CABIN APPROVED Small 55 X 38 X 20 cm / 2.6 kg / 44 L At the time of the posting, the price of this piece of hand luggage was 90EUR.


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I just returned from my trip to Rwanda, and while I cannot offer a definitive answer to my question, I can say from personal experience that I observed nobody searching the luggage of arriving travelers for plastic bags. I also agree with Michael Hampton's comments about the English version of the law. It's not very well written. The intent certainly ...


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I flew with LOT last summer from Tbilisi to London via Warsaw and then back. At no point did anyone even attempt to weight my carry on backpack. They asked me whether I had any carry on - I showed my backpack over my shoulder - and they just said, "Ok". My bag was probably at or slightly over the 8 kg limit. That said, it really depends on how unlucky you ...


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A year or two ago I worked on a project in Amsterdam and flew weekly between London and Schipol. There's a half decent indoor climbing centre in the city and I regularly took indoor climbing gear in my carry on; harness rope quickdraws karabinas I didn't carry any trad gear such as nuts, hexes or keys. Only once did I get asked to open my luggage when ...



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