You walk up to the check-in counter, hand over your ID, put your suitcase onto the scale - where it hopefully is just the right weight and size - you get your luggage receipt, and your bag disappears. I don't know about you, but I've always wondered what exactly happens to
There a couple of schools of thought. The first is to buy cheap luggage because who wants to spend a pile of money on a suitcase that's just going to get banged up and mistreated? A suitcase is a suitcase. They all do the same thing. The second is to spend more.
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This is my favorite piece of luggage. Here's a picture of my bag. I love the color orange. Unfortunately, they don't make the orange one any more, but it comes in a bunch of different colors. First, it's a backpack. It's comfortable to carry while you're walking, and it holds a lot.
How to Pack a Carry-On Bag to Avoid Checking a Bag By SHIVANI VORA Why bother with the hassle of checked luggage when it’s possible to travel to any destination with only a carry-on? At least that’s what Anne McAlpin, a packing expert and the author of the book “Pack It Up:
According to the DOT, in 2014 U.S. airlines averaged 3.62 reports of mishandled (defined as lost, damaged or delayed) baggage for every 1,000 passengers. (Photo: Flickr/TheeErin) (more…)