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    Re: 115cm v 105cm for domestic carry on wheelie.

    I've taken my 115cm wheelie on DJ several times without issue. I'm sure one day, I'm gonna get caught....
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    Quote Originally Posted by oz_mark View Post
    I've taken my 115cm wheelie on DJ several times without issue. I'm sure one day, I'm gonna get caught....
    My new soft duffle is 37 litre of volume. My "small item" which fitted under the JQ seats, is an ultralight overnight bag which is almost 30 litre capacity..........note that JQ has a limit of 1 main carry-on piece+small item except for J passengers who get the 115+suitpack. I figured that for longer trips, the soft duffle lets me fit more in without going over if they weigh it. I just grab a trolley in arrivals if a bit tired and pop it there and the overnight bag in the basket.

    Found they usually don't weigh a womans bag so use the overnight bag as my handbag as it doesn't have dividers so more flexible to arrange stuff.

    Have been on a flight once from LST-SYD where it was busy and they offered to stow my wheelie even though it took the checked items total over the paid allowance (JQ), since I had other stowed items as I'd been hiking, I allowed them to stow my wheelie....this was at bag drop counter.

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