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Eddie Bauer Expedition 22 rolling duffle . Will it carry on Scandanavia Air

I ordered the Eddie Bauer Expedition 22 rolling duffle. The dimensions are 22"L x 13"W x 10"D | Capacity: 45L | Weight: 6.8 lbs I am now worried that it might not make the carry on requirement.. Any help? thank in advance

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Do the dimensions include the wheels and handle? I would be worried, especially with 13" W and 10"D.
What airlines? Sorry.

Posted by
9780 posts

What is the carry-on size limit of the airline you are taking ?

Posted by
6567 posts

Assuming "Scandanavia Air" means SAS the maximum size of cabin luggage is 55 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm, and the weight limit is 8 kg.

Posted by
16716 posts

In inches that is 21.6 x 15.7 x 9, so it is too long and too deep, but if a true soft duffel it might squish enough to fit the sizer. But the weight is also a problem.

Posted by
7400 posts

I have an earlier version of that suitcase that I have really have liked, and it would fit the dimensions if you keep the depth shallow. I never fill mine more than 3/4 full. But your weight limit may be the deciding factor if you don’t pack light contents in the suitcase.

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That is the suitcase both myself and my husband have used on several European trips. It works great, but like you, I kept worrying if it would fit all the overhead bins. (never on Scandinavian Air though) We have never had a problem, yet, as it can be squished down quite a bit and every time we go, I look around to compare the size of my case to other peoples cases around me; the Eddie Bauer always is smaller so we have never been asked to check it where as other people have. Good luck, you'll like it if you wind you keeping it. It fits a ton!

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An 8kilo weight limit gives you about 17.6 pounds. With it starting at 6.8 that really cuts in to what you can take. I’d be concerned both with size and weight.

I’ve not flown SAS but does the weight limit include both the carry on and personal item as Air France does?