Luggage Limits Lets You Find Out Just That For Over 55 Airlines

by Anil Polat · 12 comments

luggage limitsFind out the specifics on how many bags you can carry, the weight limits, and the cost for bringing addition luggage using the simple interface at Luggage Limits. The site lets you select the airline as well as departure and arrival airports to give you a detailed rundown of the baggage policies for a given carrier. The simple site consists primarily of a search engine, although the ads do tend to distract your eyes at first.

Airlines typically make their baggage policies difficult to find on their websites. According to the website Luggage Limits updates their information when the airlines do, although they aren’t specific on how long it takes. In most cases this isn’t likely to be a problem.

Luggage Limits doesn’t require any registration and is free to use. If you’re the type to worry about paying $15 per checked bag on Continental or want to avoid airlines with high overweight charges Luggage Limits is a good place to check out.

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1 Nisha November 11, 2009 at 10:40

That’s a very useful info Anil. I have saved this link now.

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2 Anil P. November 11, 2009 at 13:20

It was fun going through the site to see what various airlines charge for different routes. I was a little surprised at some of the charges and restrictions, especially for the domestic European and American carriers.

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