Air Travel Luggage Disasters: Surprise Hand-luggage fees

We know PELI fans are adventurous, globe-trotting types, but some air travel luggage disasters can befall even the most seasoned voyager.

In this series of posts, we’re sharing our top solutions to some of the most common flight-related baggage mishaps. Follow these tips to fly in safety and style:

Disaster 1: Surprise hand-luggage fees

Airlines have strict size restrictions for hand luggage, and budget airlines usually only allow passengers to carry on a single piece of hand luggage. Standard low-cost airlines, such as Easyjet allow one case measuring 56 x 45 x 25 cm, while Ryanair only permits a stingy 55 x 40 x 20 cm. Exceed these limits, and you’ll be hit with a €50 fee to check-in your case at the boarding gate.

Solution: Make sure your hand baggage meets airline dimension regulations. PELI offers a variety of cases that are the perfect fit for air travel.

The iM2500 Storm Carry On Case (55.1 x 35.8 x 22.6 cm) is the most durable hand-luggage on the market. Its versatile design makes it great for carrying clothes, cameras or other equipment, and it’s lockable for extra security. The 1510 Laptop Overnight Case (55.9 x 35.1 x 22.9 cm) includes a removeable accessory case for your laptop.







Stay tuned for tips on how to deal with air-travel luggage disaster 2: Damaged Luggage


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