Keep On Carrying On With Momondo’s Carry-On Checker

Use the Carry-On Checker to measure your bag and make sure it’s in line with your airline’s requirements.

Avoid unpleasant surprises at the gate.

The way we travel is changing. More and more travelers today are keeping things simple by flying with just a carry-on bag. The trick is knowing that the bag will fit your airline’s carry-on size requirements — so you avoid paying unexpected baggage fees at the airport.

This momondo app feature uses Augmented Reality to quickly scan your carry-on baggage and determine its size dimensions, in your choice of inches or centimeters. It then gives an overview of the baggage size limitations for airlines on momondo so you can see if yours fits within your airline’s policy.

Since requirements for carry-on bag sizes can differ greatly from airline to airline, the Carry-On Checker is an effective way to know that you’re always looking at the right requirements for your airline and can prepare accordingly. And it works with backpacks too!

Try the Carry-On Checker

You can try out the Carry-On Checker in the updated momondo app. Don’t have it yet? Download it at your favorite app store:

App Store
Google Play

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Written by Allan Kortbæk. This article originally appeared on momondo.