Boarding chassis is a suitcase that can be directly brought on the plane without checking in. Many people do not often make planes, so they do not know anything about boarding chassis. Today, xilong bags have sorted out some five common questions about boarding boxes for everyone. Let's get to know them together.
1. What is the difference between luggage case and boarding case?
Boarding case is a kind of luggage case, but not all luggage cases can board the plane.
The so-called registration box is only less than the travel luggage that can be taken directly on the plane as stipulated by the airline.
If you exceed this size, you must check your luggage at the check-in counter.
Therefore, the so-called boarding box refers to a luggage case that conforms to a certain size range.
However, the concept of ordinary luggage case is relatively broad, with large and small ones, which may not be carried on the plane.
2. Does the boarding box size count as wheels?
The size of the boarding case requires the calculation of the wheels, because the wheels will occupy the same space when shipping.
However, the regulations of various airlines may be different. Some airlines have a slightly wider standard and a bigger standard is no problem;
However, some airlines are relatively strict and are not allowed to exceed any standards.
3. What is the chassis specification? IATA (International Air Transport Association)
The recommended size of the boarding box is generally not more than 115 in total.
The regulations of different airlines are different. You can ask the standard of the airline that will take the flight in advance to choose.
Generally speaking, the lower the ticket price, the less free luggage.
4. What are the common sizes of the boarding box?
The common size of the boarding box is less than 20 inches. Generally speaking, 16, 17, 18, and 20-inch suitcases can be boarded directly, but because each suitcase has different standards, therefore, not all 20-inch suitcases can board the plane perfectly.
Even some 18-inch and 19-inch suitcases may have to be checked because the length, width and height do not conform to the regulations of the airline.
5. What is the weight requirement of the boarding box?
Generally, the weight of the boarding box is 5kg ~ 7 kg, the weight requirement for some international airlines to board the chassis is 10 kg, and the specific weight depends on the airline regulations.