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What measurements would a suitcase be to fit in the 62 linear inches required by airports?
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I hope this link helps. If you notice it says length + width + height.

http://www.aa.com/aa/i18nForward.do?...%20of%20Pieces
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[QUOTE=Unregistered;53140]What measurements would a suitcase be to fit in the 45 linear inches required by airports in the unites states
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What measurements would a suitcase be to fit in the 45 linear inches required by airports in the unites states
Any length, width, and height that add to 45 inches or less
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20"x12"x14" duffel bag
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what us conversion for luggage 62 linera inches
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The post office uses length plus girth. However, I think the airlines all use the sum of length + width + height.

The 62" could be many different dimensions that add to 62, but an example would be 32" x 20" x 10". However, it could also be 21" x 21" x 20".
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