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====Weight and Size Limits====
 
====Weight and Size Limits====
* ''Carry-on'' luggage most anywhere: 1 piece (in Europe, maximum weight 7, some airlines 12 kg), maximum size 20x40x55 cm 115 cm in total (9x14x22 inches)...in Europe, often 20 inches length.  
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* ''Carry-on'' luggage most anywhere: 1 piece (in Europe, maximum weight 7, some airlines 12 kg), maximum size 20x40x55 cm (9x14x22 inches)...in Europe, often 20 inches length.  
 
* Checked luggage on international flights outside the United States: 2 pieces, maximum 23 kg (50 lbs).
 
* Checked luggage on international flights outside the United States: 2 pieces, maximum 23 kg (50 lbs).
 
* ''Checked'' luggage on international flights to/from the United States and within the United States: 2 piece, maximum 23 kg or 50 lbs.
 
* ''Checked'' luggage on international flights to/from the United States and within the United States: 2 piece, maximum 23 kg or 50 lbs.

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