I phoned call Emirates Airlines to ask about the luggage allowance and I visited their websites. I'm travelling from (BAH to AKL), Emirates agent informed me that I can carry a checked in luggage that's less or equal to 300 in total dimension, that is:
Total dimension = length + width + height <= 300
Because I'm travelling with Economy Flex ticket, the weight of the checked-in luggage should not exceed 30 kg for the checked in luggage or additional fees will be charged. Did I get this right?
According to Emirates website: Baggage allowance and rules and as I understand the carry-on bag should be within the range of the following dimensions according to the picture:
Height: 56cm ~ 22"
Width: 36cm ~ 14"
Depth: 23cm ~ 9 "
*So the total dimension of the handbag/carry-on bag should be less than or equal to: 56 + 36 + 23 = 115cm
**Do 56cm, 36cm, 23cm stand for height, width and depth respectively? I read this at the beginning as if they meant: Length x Width x Height and this is where the confusion occurred, but after searching the web I found this picture with close dimensions to the ones mentioned in emirates website which reversed my mind set:
What exactly are the precise rules for checked-in luggage and carry-on-bag in the United Arab Emirates ?