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Alaska’s new luggage restrictions

Alaska’s new luggage restrictions

  1. Anonymous

    I fly Alaska Airlines a lot. I realize that their explanation for the luggage size reduction is because those going onto United, Delta, etc., are subject to the smaller luggage size. 1) If I am just on an Alaska only itinerary to a non-stop destination, such as Eugene-Seattle, or Eugene-San Jose, where I can use their a la carte service, can I still use the 24″ high bag? 2) If I’m going from Eugene-Seattle on Delta, and then onto a Delta flight to Paris (CDG), what is the luggage size I can carry on? It seems there is a little more leeway for international flights, but I don’t want a problem from Eugene-Seattle.

  2. David W

    I havent really known AS to use the bag sizer at all, so i think youre safe.

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