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In 1970 an American luggage executive unscrewed four castors from a wardrobe and fixed them to a suitcase. Then he put a strap on his contraption and trotted it gleefully around his house.

This was how Bernard Sadow invented the world’s first rolling suitcase. It happened roughly 5,000 years after the invention of the wheel and barely one year after Nasa managed to put two men on the surface of the moon using the largest rocket ever built. We had driven an electric rover with wheels on a foreign heavenly body and even invented the hamster wheel. So why did it take us so long to put wheels on suitcases? This has become something of a classic mystery of innovation.

Nobel prize-winning economist Robert Shiller discusses the matter in two different books, Narrative Economics and The New Financial Order. He sees it as an archetypal example of how innovation can be a very slow-footed thing: how the “blindingly obvious” can stare us expectantly in the face for an eternity.

Nassim Nicholas Taleb is another world-renowned thinker who has pondered the mystery. Having lugged heavy suitcases through airports and railway stations for years, he was astonished by his own unquestioning acceptance of the status quo. Taleb sees the rolling suitcase as a parable of how we often tend to ignore the simplest solutions. As humans, we strive for the difficult, grandiose and complex. Technology such as having wheels on suitcases may appear obvious in hindsight, but that doesn’t mean it was obvious.

Similarly, in management and innovation literature, the late invention of the rolling suitcase often appears as somewhat of a warning. A reminder of our limitations as innovators.

But there is one factor that these thinkers have missed. I stumbled upon it when I was researching my book on women and innovation. I found a photo in a newspaper archive of a woman in a fur coat pulling a suitcase on wheels. It made me stop in my tracks because it was from 1952, 20 years before the official “invention” of the rolling suitcase. Fascinated, I kept looking. Soon, a completely different story about our limitations as innovators was rolling out.

The modern suitcase was born at the end of the 19th century. When mass tourism first took off, Europe’s large railway stations were inundated with porters, who would help passengers with their bags. But, by the middle of the 20th century, the porters were dwindling in number, and passengers increasingly carried their own luggage.

An archive photograph of women pulling along their own luggage at London’s St Pancras train station during a porter strike. Photograph: Ann Ward/Associated Newspape/REX

Advertisements for products applying the technology of the wheel to the suitcase can be found in British newspapers as early as the 1940s. These are not suitcases on wheels, exactly, but a gadget known as “the portable porter” – a wheeled device that can be strapped on to a suitcase. But it never really caught on.

In 1967, a Leicestershire woman wrote a sharply worded letter to her local newspaper complaining that a bus conductor had forced her to buy an additional ticket for her rolling suitcase. The conductor argued that “anything on wheels should be classed as a pushchair”. She wondered what he would have done if she had boarded the bus wearing roller-skates. Would she be charged as a passenger or as a pram?

The woman in the fur coat and the Leicestershire woman on the bus are the vital clues to this mystery. Suitcases with wheels existed decades before they were “invented” in 1972, but were considered niche products for women. And that a product for women could make life easier for men or completely disrupt the whole global luggage industry was not an idea the market was then ready to entertain.

Resistance to the rolling suitcase had everything to do with gender. Sadow, the “official” inventor, described how difficult it was to get any US department store chains to sell it: “At this time, there was this macho feeling. Men used to carry luggage for their wives. It was … the natural thing to do, I guess.”

Two assumptions about gender were at work here. The first was that no man would ever roll a suitcase because it was simply “unmanly” to do so. The second was about the mobility of women. There was nothing preventing a woman from rolling a suitcase – she had no masculinity to prove. But women didn’t travel alone, the industry assumed. If a woman travelled, she would travel with a man who would then carry her bag for her. This is why the industry couldn’t see any commercial potential in the rolling suitcase. It took more than 15 years for the invention to go mainstream, even after Sadow had patented it.

Kathleen Turner with her wheeled suitcase in Romancing the Stone. Photograph: Album/Alamy

In the 1984 Hollywood film Romancing the Stone, a rolling suitcase is featured as something of a silly feminine thing. Kathleen Turner’s character insists on bringing her wheeled suitcase to the jungle, to the great annoyance of Michael Douglas, who is trying to save them from villains, while tracking down a legendary gigantic emerald.

The wheel thing … a pilot at Philadelphia international airport in 2004. Photograph: Bloomberg/Getty Images

Then, in 1987, US pilot Robert Plath created the modern cabin bag. He turned Sadow’s suitcase on its side and made it smaller. In the 1980s, more women started to travel alone, without a man to carry their luggage. The wheeled suitcase carried with it a dream of greater mobility for women.

Bit by bit, the rolling suitcase became a feature of the modern businessman’s arsenal. We forgot all about the intense and very gendered resistance the product had encountered. But we shouldn’t because this story carries some important lessons about innovation that we need to hear today.

Ben Stiller in Zoolander. Photograph: Archive Photos/Getty Images

We couldn’t see the genius of the wheeled suitcase because it didn’t align with our prevailing views on masculinity. In hindsight, we find this bizarre. How could the predominant view on masculinity turn out to be more stubborn than the market’s desire to make money? How could the crude idea that men must carry heavy things prevent us from seeing the potential in a product that would come to transform an entire global industry?

But is it really that surprising? The world is full of people who would rather die than let go of certain notions of masculinity. Doctrines like “real men don’t eat vegetables”, “real men don’t get check-ups for minor things” and “real men don’t have sex with condoms” kill very real men every single day. Our society’s ideas on masculinity are some of our most unyielding ideas, and our culture often values the preservation of certain concepts of masculinity over life itself. In this context, such ideas are certainly powerful enough to hold back technological innovation.

The rolling suitcase is far from the only example. When electric cars first emerged in the 1800s they came to be seen as “feminine” simply because they were slower and less dangerous. This held back the size of the electric car market, especially in the US, and contributed to us building a world for petrol-driven cars. When electric starters for petrol-driven cars were developed they were also considered to be something for the ladies. The assumption was that only women were demanding the type of safety measures that meant being able to start your car without having to crank it at risk of injury. Ideas about gender similarly delayed our efforts to meet the technological challenges of producing closed cars because it was seen as “unmanly” to have a roof on your car.

Assumptions about masculinity play a similar role today in relation to innovation around sustainability. For example, we often think that consumption of meat and preferences for large cars – instead of travel by public transport – are essential features of masculinity. This holds innovation back and prevents us from imagining new ways of living powered by new technologies.

Perhaps in the future we will laugh at our current struggle to get many men to adopt a more environmentally friendly lifestyle, in the same way that we shake our heads at how unthinkable it was for a man to wheel his suitcase 40 years ago.

Ideas about gender also limit what we even count as technology. We talk about “the iron age” and “the bronze age”. We could also talk about “the ceramic age” and “the flax age”, since these technologies were just as important. But technologies associated with women are not considered to be inventions in the same way that those associated with men are.

Gender answers the riddle of why it took 5,000 years for us to put wheels on suitcases. It’s perhaps easy to think that we wouldn’t make similar mistakes today. But many of the structural problems are still here. We still have male-dominated industries not interested in dealing with the fact that women influence 80% of all consumer decisions. Products are still being built and designed with only men in mind and we have a financial system that stubbornly refuses to see the potential of women’s ideas.

Today, less than 1% of UK venture capital goes to all-female teams. Among the very few women who do get funded, a very large majority are white. Of course, venture capital isn’t everything – there are other ways to fund and scale innovation – but the fact that men, more or less, have a monopoly is certainly a symptom of an economy where women’s ideas are not heard.

The many economists and thinkers who have thought about how we didn’t put wheels on suitcases until 1972 were right to note that this story is a symptom of a larger problem. It was just a slightly different problem than the one they imagined it to be.

This article was amended on 8 July 2021. Bernard Sadow invented the rolling suitcase in 1970, not 1972, which was the year the invention was patented.

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The 15 Best Lightweight Luggage You Can Buy in 2021, According to Reviewers

Anticipating a vacation is part of the fun, but if you’re like most travelers, you don’t look forward to packing your suitcase for the trip. And even fewer vacationers relish in the thought of lugging heavy, overstuffed bags into and out of planes, trains, and automobiles. Not to mention the dread of deadlifting your suitcase when it comes around the baggage carousel.

Whether you’re someone who has your suitcase packed a week early or one of those who waits until a few frazzled hours before leaving, you want to be sure to have the lightest luggage you can find.

Related:12 Suitcases That Will Make You Love Hardside Luggage

These selections are some of the best lightweight luggage options available. They’re sturdy, stylish, and most are four-wheelers so they’ll be easy to handle. Instead of being pulled along behind you, four wheelers glide effortlessly alongside, like a well-trained puppy. Lightweight carry-on bags are easier to hoist into the overhead bins, and lightweight check-in suitcases might just prevent some post-arrival backaches.

How to Choose the Best Lightweight Luggage for Your Travels

When shopping for a new piece of luggage, there are some helpful details to look out for in order to ensure it will perform when you’re on the go. Lightweight pieces are typically 4 to 10 pounds. After determining that the weight suits your needs, pay close attention to the materials it’s made of. If you’re interested in a fabric option, you’ll want one that has durable materials like polyester. These varieties can have additional strength from having sturdy frames made from aluminum or fiberglass. Hard-shell luggage fans, on the other hand, will want one with a polycarbonate frame as it is more durable than its counterparts. However, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and polyethylene terephthalate (PET) luggage tend to be lighter and less tough. 

From there, you can take a deep dive into the features your luggage has. For easy maneuverability through airports and train stations, you’ll want a bag with a spinner multi-wheel construction. Some of the best luggage styles have a telescoping handle, which releases quicker and more seamlessly than traditional ones, as well as multiple storage pockets and expandable designs. 

Now that you know which key details to keep in mind, keep scrolling to learn more about the top-rated lightweight luggage that made our list.

The 15 Best Checked Luggage Bags

Carry-on luggage is all well and good if you’re only going on a short trip, but if you are planning on staying away longer, you’ll need a substantial suitcase that can be checked into the cargo hold.

Whether you choose to check an über-modern hard-shell spinner case, a traditional fabric case, or a big ol’ backpack, you should do your research to find the size, shape, and style of luggage that works best for your next adventure.

Things To Consider With Checked Luggage

Checked luggage is bigger, bulkier, and usually more cumbersome than cabin cases. How you transport it to and from the airport, as well as the physical weight and size restrictions on the aircraft itself will affect the type of checked luggage you can use on an aircraft.


Checked luggage comes in a range of sizes. Image Credit: Amar Hussain

Carry-on luggage is easy to handle, but it can lack the space your need for bigger adventures. If you’re planning to check your luggage this time, treat yourself to one of those bigger suitcases you’ve had your eyes on.

Most manufacturers make cases, backpacks, and even bags in a variety of sizes, so you could even drop a few dollars on a matching set. Remember that medium cases are easier to transport than super-sized ones (and lighter, too).

Great big cases are hard work to roll around the airport, and every carrier has restrictions on the size and weight they’ll accept — so check with the airline before you fly.

Hot Tip: As a general rule, 62 linear inches is usually the maximum allowed bag size for most domestic and international carriers.


The lighter your checked luggage, the more you can pack. Image Credit: Amar Hussain

Don’t be that person at check-in unpacking their overstuffed suitcase to make it weigh less. Check with your airline before you fly to find out their weight limit guidelines for checked luggage. Most airlines will charge extra for bags that weigh over 50 pounds (or may even refuse them at check-in).

You may be able to escape the weight restrictions by checking more than 1 suitcase at a time, but you will usually be charged extra for this privilege (and not every airline on every route will offer this service).

Backpack vs. Suitcase

A suitcase or a backpack is a personal choice. Image Credit: Amar Hussain

When it comes to checked luggage, this is really down to what suits you best and how you intend to carry your belongings when you reach your destination.

If you are backpacking around the globe, you should probably invest in a pack of some kind with lots of bells and whistles. But if you’re planning a vacation in a fancy resort, a suitcase will be just fine.

Bottom Line: The best type of luggage is the one that matches your needs both when you fly and when you to your destination, so don’t lust over something unsuitable — buy to suit your needs instead.


Suitcases come with 2 or 4 wheels. Image Credit: Amar Hussain

Suitcases with 2 wheels are easy to pull behind you and will be better equipped to move over rougher terrain, while the 4-wheeled versions can glide along next to you and are much easier to manage in tight spaces such as airplane aisles.

Cost, practicality, and personal preference are all major factors in choosing a 2- or 4-wheeled option. You can glide a 4-wheel spinner case with ease in the airport, but it could easily get stuck on bumpy sidewalks or uneven pathways.

A 2-wheeled version can be hauled over anything, but it can also be unsteady and cumbersome. Test “drive” a few suitcases before you buy!


Suitcases come with sturdy telescopic handles. Image Credit: Amar Hussain

A sturdy handle is an absolute must on a medium or larger suitcase. No one wants to end up having to carry their case around the airport — those wheels are there to be used!

Telescopic handles that fit neatly inside the frame of the case when not in use are a common feature of full-size suitcases. If you are buying a premium brand, they should also come with ergonomic handles to prevent your hands from becoming raw when pulling that case from one country to another.

Hot Tip: Look for a suitcase handle that has a selection of stop heights. That way, even the tallest and smallest members of your family can pull it with ease.

Zips and Locks (TSA)

Hardside cases often have integrated TSA locks, while softside luggage locks are standalone. Image Credit: Amar Hussain

The TSA requires that every passenger traveling to or from the U.S. that uses a lock to secure their luggage must use a TSA-approved lock.

Every passenger’s bag is screened before it’s placed on the plane, and the TSA can choose to open a passenger’s luggage for closer inspection at its discretion.

When this occurs, if the luggage has any lock other than those approved by the TSA, they will destroy it to gain access. So invest in a TSA-approved lock or bag with a zipper to ensure your bag doesn’t arrive half open and wrapped in notorious TSA tape.

Hard or Soft Luggage

There are pros and cons to hard and softside luggage. Image Credit: Amar Hussain

Choosing whether to get a shiny new hard-shell case or a sporty-looking soft-shell is another tough call you’ll have to make.

Hard cases can be incredibly durable with sleek curves and colorful exteriors, but they offer less flexibility in terms of interior space (and are more prone to wonky wheels and failing handles).

Soft cases are sometimes less to look at, and they don’t offer quite the same level of reinforced protection. However, they often have more usable internal space, useful external pockets, and are far lighter to carry and easier to maneuver.

Quality and the durability of any case will depend on the make and model, so remember the old adage “buy cheap, buy twice” before you commit.

Material and Durability

Hardside luggage is made from durable materials. Image Credit: Amar Hussain

Hard-shell suitcases are made from durable materials that will take the common knocks and bangs associated with air travel in stride. The most popular hard materials are polycarbonate, aluminum, ABS, and polypropylene.

When it comes to soft-shell cases, don’t let the fabric put you off. They’re not made from fine silk and won’t fall to pieces at the first touch! Usually, these are manufactured using super-strong synthetic materials such as ballistic and Cordura nylon, or polyester if you opt for a lower-cost option.

Hot Tip: Need help getting organized? Check out our complete travel packing checklist and the best tips for packing. Pack smarter for your next trip with packing cubes, a travel dopp kit, toiletry bag, jewelry case or organizer, laundry bag, or portable scale. 

The Best Hard-Shell Checked Luggage Cases

For Those Who Demand Performance and Good Looks
Samsonite Omni Pc Hardside Spinner 28

The Samsonite brand is synonymous with great-looking suitcases that are tough as nails. Their Omni is no exception; its injection-molded polycarbonate shell looks super cool and is designed to withstand even the toughest of aircraft journeys.

Sleek and shiny on the outside, the micro-diamond texture is extremely scratch-resistant, meaning your case will look great no matter how many times you use it. It should also remain super easy to maneuver, as the 4 spinner wheels require pretty much zero effort to move around — you can practice 360-degree upright turns in any direction with just a light touch of your finger.

TSA locks come standard across the range, which means agents can access your bags when they need to, and your belongings will remain safe from malicious intrusions.

Weighing in at 10.5 pounds, this case will eat into your weight allowance without even a pair of socks packed inside — but it is also one of the most practical and durable cases out there.

Available in 20-, 24-, and 28-inch sizes, and a nice range of sophisticated colors, these Samsonite cases should be a feature on anybody’s list of best luggage options.

What We Like

  • Integrated TSA lock for security

What We Don’t Like

  • No bottom handle for lifting

The Premium Checked Luggage
Briggs & Riley Baseline Expandable Upright

As one of the most popular manufacturers of cases in the U.S., it should be no surprise that Briggs & Riley have come up with yet another practical and supercool suitcase with its Baseline range. It does, however, come at a premium price.

Available in a choice of 19-, 21-, 22-, 25-, and 28-inch versions, you should easily be able to find the right fit for you. Or buy 2: a matched set to check and carry-on!

Made from 1680D ballistic nylon outer fabric, this case promises to resist moisture and dirt as well as the wear and tear of everyday air travel. The hybrid fiberglass frame is lightweight and provides flexibility, durability, and the ability to cleverly retain its shape.

Perhaps most impressive is the patented CX expansion-compression system that comes as standard across the range, allowing you to increase your packing capacity by a whopping 26% while compressing back to the original size to keep the contents secure.

It also has an “aircraft-grade” aluminum handle system with 4 stop heights to suit the size of every traveler. Holding between 72.5 and 90.2 liters of personal belongings, this suitcase is a great option for anyone looking to check their luggage.

What We Like

  • Handy mesh pockets that minimize your clothes getting wrinkled

What We Don’t Like

  • Might be a bit out of budget for many travelers

For the Fashion Conscious Traveler DELSEY Paris Helium Aero Hardside Expandable Luggage

A durable hard case made from polycarbonate and stylized with a metallic finish. The interior features plenty of packing space in 2 large compartments. The double spinner wheel system gives great maneuverability and reduces the strain on your arms.

Delsey Luggage Helium Aero 25 Inch Expandable Spinner (We Travel With This One!)

This suitcase looks really nice! It also wheels well and has plenty of space for lots of belongings. Unlike some of the other hard-shell cases on the market, the Aero from Delsey also has the capacity to expand a little bit, so you can drop in some souvenirs during your return journey.

Made from 100% polycarbonate, the case itself should remain durable throughout its lifetime. Available in a selection of colors, the shiny, molded case is an absolute stunner.

Internally, it is also impressive, with 2 full packing compartments, a separate lined divider, tie-down straps, and a zippered pocket for small accessories. These are allegedly there to minimize the shifting of contents during transit, though for most of us they just secure the extra items we throw in at the last minute.

The double spinner wheels are small, yet somehow really smooth and effective, while the handle feels sturdy enough to take the weight of your case (even when really full). No tipping here — the double-wheel setup will prevent the embarrassment of a falling suitcase as you wait in line to check in.

Finally, the designers at Delsey have been thoughtful enough to include a TSA-acceptable lock in the design, meaning TSA agents can easily open and inspect your bag should they need to.

Available in 21-, 25-, and 29-inch versions, these are good solid cases with a fashionable edge.

What We Like

  • Handy mesh pockets that minimize clothes wrinkling

What We Don’t Like

  • Might be out of budget for many travelers

Beautiful and Functional Hard-Shell Case Samsonite Winfield 2 Hardside Luggage

A hard case made entirely from polycarbonate featuring a lightweight design with shock-absorbent details. Its elegant finish is wear-resistant, and the interior includes organizational pockets, straps, and a modesty curtain.

Samsonite Winfield Hardside Spinner Suitcase

Of all the Samsonite luggage pieces, this is by far the best-looking. This beauty has a full-capacity design that offers tons of space for your belongings. Made from 100% polycarbonate, this case is made to absorb impact by flexing under stress and magically popping back into its original shape.

The lightweight locking telescopic handle has plenty of different height settings and is almost as strong as the case itself — perfect if you need something to lean on while you wait in line. The clever unified brushed pattern helps hide any unsightly dents or dings, though this case should be strong enough to handle anything that’s thrown at it.

And it’s not just the exterior that’s impressive either. Inside the case, you can use every inch of space to pack your belongings. There is also a fully-zipped interior divider and cross straps to keep your clothing in place during transit.

Need more space? No problem! The Winfield can expand up to 1.5 inches for all those extra souvenirs you need to bring home. And no more lugging a heavy case through the airport either — it moves effortlessly on 4 multi-directional spinner wheels.

For additional security, the case comes with side-mounted TSA locks that will deter thieves but make it easy for TSA agents who need to search your luggage. Chose from a variety of colors and sizes that range from 19 to 28 inches to suit your travel needs.

A great-looking case that’s built to last, this is the crème de la crème of Samsonite luggage.

What We Like

  • Brushed pattern to hide scratches

What We Don’t Like

  • Buyer pays shipping costs for warranty claims

A Rugged, Smart, and Spacious Aluminum Suitcase

Image Credit: MVST Select
Trek Aluminum Suitcase (from MVST)

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Checked luggage needs to be able to withstand the rough and tumble of international air travel, and only the most robust of cases are truly equipped to do the job without damage. The Trek Aluminum Suitcase is a hardy case that has been built with your next adventure in mind.

Made from a super-resilient aluminum-magnesium alloy shell that will withstand bumps and bruises, and reinforced corners that are designed not to crack or split, this is a serious contender for travelers looking for a suitcase that will last for many years to come.

With rugged good looks on the outside and smart design features like a zipper-less closure system and dual TSA-approved combination locks for ease of access when passing through security, this suitcase is much more than just a fashionable flight case.

The smooth-lined interior offers pocketed panels to keep your items separate when necessary. This case has 104.6 liters of interior packing space spread across both sides of the shell.

The respectful weight of just 14 pounds means the case is light and easy to maneuver even when full, and the sizable dimensions of 29.5 x 20.9 x 11.4 inches are handled effortlessly by the ultra-smooth 360-degree spinner wheels and aluminum telescoping handle.

Rugged good looks, impressive internal capacity, and a design that will withstand even the roughest of baggage handlers make this a great suitcase for long-distance adventures.

What We Like

  • Rubber seals and zipperless closure for security

What We Don’t Like

  • A little on the heavy side

An Affordable Hardside Spinner Amazon Basics 26-inch

A hardshell case made from extra-thick durable ABS with an elegant scratch-resistant finish. This expandable piece features a polyester-lined interior with a divider and 3 zippered pockets. The 4 double-spinner wheels make handling convenient and comfortable.

AmazonBasics Hardside Spinner Suitcase

Keep your cash free for spending when you arrive at your destination with this basic but brilliant budget hardside suitcase from AmazonBasics.

Along with an attractive price tag, this suitcase also offers plenty of similar features to those you’ll find on suitcases twice the price (or more). You can easily create more space for your belongings — an expandable design provides an impressive extra 15% more packing space, perfect for longer trips or extra sweaters.

The interior is fully lined, and the handy divider will keep everything neat and tidy while you travel. Much like some of its more expensive counterparts, the AmazonBasics Hardside Spinner also offers extra zippered pockets you can use to keep smaller items or travel documents safe while on the move.

On the outside, it also looks every bit as good as any of the bigger brand alternatives, with its durable, scratch-resistant finish that will protect it against common damage from being knocked around on its travels.

What We Like

  • Expandable for up to 15% extra packing space

What We Don’t Like

  • The telescopic handle can get stuck

Hot Tip: Looking for more options? Check out our separate review dedicated to the best hardside/hard-shell luggage. 

The Best Soft-Shell Checked Luggage Cases

A Light Yet Travel-Proof Suitcase Travelpro Maxlite 4-Softside Expandable Rollaboard

A soft case featuring a comfortable telescoping handle and smooth in-line wheels with crash guards. It includes a water-repellent coating on both the interior and the exterior. The honeycomb frame makes it lightweight and highly resistant.

TravelPro Maxlite Expandable Spinner Case

Made from polyester fabric with a stain-resistant coating, this lightweight suitcase is perfect for anyone seeking a soft case that doesn’t cost a fortune. This case looks just as good as many of its more expensive counterparts and is available in a variety of sizes.

Weighing a super light 5.9 pounds, you will have plenty of room within the weight limit to load up your belongings, and the top opening front makes it accessible to pack.

Expandable cases offer fabulous amounts of flexibility and can dramatically increase the interior space you have to play with. Taking the family away for a while? Unzip the concealed section on the front to fit in the extra gear you need.

Spinner wheels allow for easy maneuverability, while the handle is made from stronger stuff that slips away into the honeycomb frame with ease.

While this may not be the most exciting suitcase on the market, it is one of the best. According to TravelPro’s website, this is the preferred case of cabin crew and frequent travelers, which would suggest it’s worth exploring if you want to travel light, but travel right!

What We Like

  • Expandable for up to 2 extra inches of packing space

What We Don’t Like

  • Can tip forward unless properly weighted

The Best Design for Frequent Flyers DISCOUNT: 7% Travelpro Platinum Magna 2-Softside Expandable Luggage

A softshell case made from highly durable nylon coated with DuraGuard. It features technology that has self-aligning magnetic wheel spinners, which ensures that the direction remains straight. The elegant leather accents on the handles bring style to practicality.

TravelPro Platinum Magna Expandable Spinner Suitcase

TravelPro strikes again — but this time we’ve scaled up the additional features and headed toward the top of its range.

Roll with ease on the self-aligning, magnetic dual spinner wheels that will you have maneuvering this case on a dime. Or simply pull it along using the patented PowerScope aluminum extension handle that minimizes the dreaded wobble and has 3 different height stops for additional comfort.

Made from high-density ballistic nylon with a Duraguard coating, this case should be well-protected against both damage and dirt — and it looks like a really premium product that you would be proud to roll along with you. Top and side leather carrying handles, as well as a bottom cup handle, are there for you to comfortably lift your case off the carousel.

Need more room? You got it! This case is expandable up to 2 inches, which should be plenty of space to throw in an extra sweater or 2 without making it bulky or misshapen.

This lid-opening suitcase comes with lots of useful accessory pockets internally and a built-in suiter, and the wet pockets allow you to keep your toiletries or dirty clothes separate. Designed by a former airline pilot, these cases are lightweight, practical, and are made to withstand many, many miles of overseas adventures.

If it is good enough for an airline pilot who really has traveled the world, chances are this one is good enough for you too!

What We Like

  • Top, side, and bottom handles for easy lifting

What We Don’t Like

  • Zipper pulls can sometimes break with regular use

The Best for Budget-Conscious Travelers Amazon Basics Softside Spinner Luggage Suitcase

A soft expandable case with a telescoping handle and 360-degree wheels for great handling even in busy surroundings. It includes scratch-resistant lining and convenient interior storage divided into a main compartment and zippered pockets.

AmazonBasics Softside Spinner Suitcase

Not everyone wants to compete in the big-brand luggage stakes, and this suitcase is a good AmazonBasics alternative to some of the better-known brand names.

The low price tag means this suitcase is easily within range for most travelers. And while it may not last you a lifetime, it is a pretty good solution for those looking to travel occasionally, or on domestic flights.

This 25-inch softside spinner complies with check-in size restrictions and is lightweight enough to allow you to fill it with ease. Intriguingly, this case can shrink a little to fit into tight spaces or grow a little bit to allow you an extra 25% packaging capacity with its expandable top section.

You’ll get smooth-rolling mobility in any direction with the 360-degree spinner wheels, and the telescopic handle can quickly be pulled out when you are on the move. Inside the suitcase is an effective organizer to keep your clothes safely stowed during transit and 3 zippered pockets for conveniently storing smaller items.

Low on price but not on quality, this basic case is a good option for those who want to spend more cash on vacation than they do on their luggage.

What We Like

  • Outer pocket for quick access to items

What We Don’t Like

Soft-Shell Luggage for Premium Travelers Samsonite Aspire Xlite Softside Expandable Luggage

An elegant soft case with highly resistant polyester reinforced with steel wire. The 4 multi-directional spinner wheels make handling simple and practical. The interior offers plenty of organization with mesh pockets. The push-button handle has a comfortable grip.

Samsonite Aspire XLite 25-Inch Spinner

This time Samsonite brings you the Aspire Xlite, a cleverly designed soft-shell case that has some intriguing features. The case is made from 1680D polyester, a man-made fiber produced by the polymerization of the product formed when an alcohol and organic acid react… now there’s something you probably never knew before!

The case has the trademark Samsonite spinner wheels, allowing for zero-effort maneuverability on airport walkways and busy sidewalks alike. The retractable handle is a dream to use, as it glides seamlessly out from the case when you need to be mobile and then slips back into the frame when not in use.

Inside there is also plenty to write home about. Cross straps encourage your luggage to not move around in transit, and there are some cool extra features: a Wetpak bag that keeps damp items away from clean and dry ones, and mesh pockets for extra organization.

If you have utilized all of the pockets and space, you can add a little more by taking advantage of the expanding capability that adds extra capacity for more sweaters, shoes, or souvenirs.

At 9.5 pounds, this is surprisingly weighty for a soft-shell case, but it’s also a premium brand that is made to last with lots of great quality features.

What We Like

  • Integrated wet pocket to keep other items dry

What We Don’t Like

  • A little heavy for a softside bag

The Case for Families and Extended Stays DISCOUNT: 9% Briggs & Riley ZDX Expandable

A fashionable soft case built to last with ballistic nylon that is wear-resistant. It includes a spacious interior and 2 large pockets on the top side of the case that can satisfy the storage needs of any traveler.

Briggs & Riley ZDX Expandable, Hunter, 29-Inch

With sleek curves and a sizable capacity for extra items, the ZDX suitcase from Briggs & Riley is another great case for checking when you travel. Being the largest in the range, this is the perfect case for anyone jetting off for an extended stay, or a family who has plenty of gear they need to take along.

This suitcase is made from lightweight, durable 800D ballistic nylon, and has reinforced corner guards for extra protection. The dual wheel spinning system makes light work of airport terminal walkways, while the patented outside telescopic handle provides easy handling and prevents your clothes from getting wrinkled when stored.

Once again, the brains behind the Briggs & Riley brand have included their patented CX expansion compression system, which allows you to increase your packing capacity by an impressive 34% before compressing back to its original size.

The self-repairing, durable YKK zippers are also a unique and well-thought-out feature that can be used with a standalone TSA lock, and the Smartlink strap attaches to another suitcase or a backpack for easy transportation.

Inside, you’ll find a huge main compartment with tie-down straps and an additional 2 zippered compartments in the top for all those additional bits and pieces that need to come with you.

Big and beautiful, the ZDX suitcase really should be on your list if you do not intend to travel light.

What We Like

  • Handy luggage strap to join multiple suitcases together

What We Don’t Like

Suitcases for Travelers Who Appreciate Unique Design Victorinox WT Softside Luggage

A trendy soft case made from durable ballistic nylon that repels water and resists wear. Designed with business travelers in mind, it includes multi-terrain maneuverability, a comfortable handle, a TSA-compatible lock, and a packing cube to keep your clothes ready to go.

Victorinox Works Traveler 6.0 Softside Spinner Luggage, 24-Inch

Victorinox is famous for its Swiss army knives and state-of-the-art watches, but it’s also becoming increasingly well-known for its luggage. Statement style with tons of practicality combines to make the Werks Traveler a great option if you prefer a soft-shell suitcase.

Flexible and super accessible, the interior space makes it easy for you to compartmentalize your belongings. We think this design would really appeal to business travelers who need to arrive ready to go.

Made from extra-strong nylon, this is one of the only cases on the market that comes with a Swiss-engineered handle system that is as awesome as Victorinox’s knives and watches. It also takes inspiration from Japan with Hinomoto wheels that feature Lisof silent tires for quiet and quick maneuverability.

Inside the case, you can fit tons of stuff with the innovative Pack More System, complete with X-shaped compression straps, a removable trifold suiter, and 2 large mesh side pockets. Stash your laptop in the padded 15.4-inch laptop compartment, and you’ll be on your way!

What We Like

  • Comes with a packing cube to keep clothing neat and tidy

What We Don’t Like

  • Quite heavy for a medium-sized suitcase

The Best Backpacks and Duffel Bags for Checked Luggage

Pack Everything Including the Kitchen Sink Eagle Creek No Matter What Rolling Duffel

A practical and highly durable bag made from water-resistant fabric. It features a convenient lock, a storm flap to prevent rain damage, and a separate storage compartment. It includes 104 liters of capacity and caters to adventurous travelers.

Eagle Creek No Matter What Flatbed Duffel Bag

Need something large enough to carry your entire closet? This could be the one for you. This massive 105-liter travel bag is the ultimate travel bag for globetrotters and comes complete with Eagle Creek’s innovative No Matter What Warranty.

This huge, rolling bag is built to offer the ultimate in durability and is a firm favorite with those looking to embark on big adventures anywhere in the world. Made from Bi-Tech fabrics, you can guarantee your belongings will be kept safe in transit, and the huge internal compartment provides plenty of room.

When not in use, keep your duffel bag inside the handy storage pouch, which also doubles up as a bag to keep your shoes or wet clothing separate. Large treaded wheels make light work on uneven surfaces, and the hefty wheel housing adds stability and makes this bag easy to maneuver.

For that tricky terrain when wheels just won’t do, you can carry your bag using the detachable shoulder strap or comfortable carry handles.

With a huge capacity to hold everything you need and more — and complete with a warranty that covers every eventuality — this is the perfect bag for the serious backpacker!

What We Like

  • Can be wheeled like a suitcase or carried like a shoulder bag

What We Don’t Like

  • No internal storage compartments to stay organized

For Travelers Looking for a Big Bag on Wheels Eagle Creek 26-inch

An expandable wheeled duffel bag that is practical and easy to handle in any terrain. Made entirely from durable, sustainable materials and featuring equipment storage in an easily accessed part at the top of the bag. A convenient choice for adventurers.

Eagle Creek Gear Warrior Duffel Bag

Warrior by name and by nature, this supersized wheeled duffel is built with super cool “exo-Skeleton” technology, making it a great choice for those who want a backpack that’s a little different.

Treaded wheels will make it easy for you to pull this beast through the busiest of airports, while the protective wheel housing and durable kick plate ensure maximum durability in a bag that can withstand almost anything.

With a huge 110 liter capacity, as well as the brand’s own unique Equipment Keeper that allows you to strap gear to the top of the bag, you can carry all of your clothing, your sleeping bag, and much much more with you wherever you go.

Despite its size, this suitcase/duffel bag hybrid has a lightweight anodized aluminum dual-tube handle that makes light work of lugging this behind you. The reinforced Hypalon material also helps keep abrasions at bay so your bag will look fresh no matter what your adventures throw at it.

On the inside are a variety of compartments to keep your stuff stowed securely, as well as compression straps to help it keep its shape. Practical, lightweight, and impressively sizable, this is yet another great travel option from the wizards over at Eagle Creek.

What We Like

  • Made from 100% recycled PET ripstop and a recycled coating

What We Don’t Like

  • Zippers can sometimes break

One of the Most Popular Backpacks on the Market DISCOUNT: 33% Osprey Farpoint 55 Backpack

A practical and comfortable bag for men with a 55-liter capacity and featuring a detachable daypack that can be used to store laptops and tablets. It includes lockable zippers and sliders and a scratch-resistant pocket that can be used for your phone or sunglasses.

Osprey Farpoint 55 Travel Backpack

Osprey is well-known for its high-quality, super roomy backpacks. The Farpoint is no exception, and this particular model is big enough to take you anywhere in the world while still being light enough to be carried easily.

Don’t want to carry a huge rucksack around when you reach your destination? No problem! Osprey’s famous 2-in-1 backpack solution includes a detachable daypack that can be used for excursions and exploration when you reach your destination.

The Farpoint is made from durable ripstop nylon, and the backpack will remain comfortable to carry thanks to the stowaway back panel, harness, and hip belt that can easily be adjusted to fit your size.

There is a large zip panel to the main compartment that makes it a cinch to pack and unpack, and the numerous zippered compartments are perfect for hiding valuables or items you need easy access to.

What We Like

  • Includes a detachable daypack

What We Don’t Like

  • No wheels to use as an alternative method of transportation

Hot Tip: The Fairview is similar in design but has been designed with women in mind, offering slightly varied dimensions to suit the female frame. If you don’t feel the need for the detachable backpack, both versions are also available in the carry-on-sized 40-liter model, as well as 55- and 70-liter versions.

For Those Who Want an Osprey Pack on Wheels Osprey Sojourn Wheeled Luggage

A multifunctional bag that can be worn as a backpack when the terrain does not permit rolling. The straps are adjustable to suit various builds comfortably, and there are plenty of pockets and compartments to keep your belongings safe while you’re on the road.

Osprey Sojourn Wheeled Luggage, 28-Inch/80-Liter

This super-sized 80-liter backpack offers you 2 choices: roll it or wear it. Either offer an effective way to transport your belongings while enjoying your trip.

Featuring Osprey’s very own AG AntiGravity mesh back system, this backpack is incredibly comfortable to carry, and the torso-adjustable harness and hip belt mean you can customize the fit to your frame.

Almost as advanced as a 4-wheel drive, the injection-molded HighRoad chassis is made from an ABS polymer plastic that makes it super hard-wearing and durable, while the polyurethane wheels are good to go over most types of terrain.

Internally, there are acres of space to stow your stuff. You’ll find plenty of pockets as well as the patented Osprey Wash Bag Cassette that helps keep clean and dirty clothes separate — and a wipe-clean liquid/accessories pocket makes light work of cleaning up spills.

The internal compression straps allow you to fully maximize the capacity of this bag and are also really useful for securing your clothes during transit to limit creases and let you squeeze those last-minute extra items in.

If you want to go all out, the Sojourn is also compatible with Osprey’s smaller day backpacks. The Daylight and Daylight Plus can be attached to the front, meaning you have a smaller, lighter option for daily use when you get there.

What We Like

  • Can be wheeled like a suitcase or carried as a backpack

What We Don’t Like

  • The telescopic handle could extend longer

Final Thoughts

Checked luggage is nothing new, and travelers have been lugging huge suitcases around since commercial air travel was invented. What is new, though, is the huge variety of suitcases, bags, and backpacks that modern-day travelers can choose from.

Whatever your preference, go for quality, and be sure to check with your airline carrier about their checked luggage restrictions before you fly.

Best affordable suitcases | Best Buys

Lots of retailers have affordable suitcases that are just as sturdy and durable as their more expensive counterparts which means more money to spend on the actual holiday!

This list has a budget suitcase for every kind of traveller; we have large, cabin sized, hard-shell, soft-sided, lightweight and even stylish suitcases.

Recommended reading: The best luggage to invest in ahead of your 2021 holidays

Best under £15 suitcase

Photo: Sports Direct

In need of a basic suitcase to see you through a bit of travelling? This Slazenger case has a roomy main compartment and a separate zippered section to give you 30% more capacity.

It also has two zip up pouches at the front of the case which are handy for things that you might need to easily access at an airport.

A side handle makes carrying this suitcase much easier while its two wheels can withstand a range of different terrains making it easy to manoeuvre using its extendable pull handle.


  • Weight: 2.47kg
  • Depth: 25cm
  • Width: 35.5cm
  • Height: 55cm
  • Capacity: 29.5L


  • Very spacious
  • Durable
  • Lightweight


  • The outer material can rip easily

£14.99 at Sports Direct

Best large affordable suitcase

Marks and Spencer Porto Hard Shell Large Suitcase in navy. Photo: Marks and Spencer

Marks and Spencer Porto Hard Shell Large Suitcase

A large suitcase is a must have if you’re headed on holiday with the whole family or if you’re flying solo for an extended period of time.

This case has a hard outer shell (to keep your luggage safe) as well as a security zip and integrated TSA lock.

Four 360-degree rotation wheels and a slide-away handle make this bag incredibly easy to wheel no matter how much you packed.


  • Weight: 4.2kg
  • Length: 31cm
  • Width: 51cm
  • Height: 76cm
  • Volume/Capacity: 106L


  • Lightweight
  • Has useful internal pockets
  • Comes with a 10-year guarantee


  • The hard-shell casing isn’t as thick as other suitcases on the market

£59 at Marks and Spencer

Best cabin sized affordable suitcase

Photo: Ryman

American Tourister Hyperbreez Cabin Case

American Tourister’s Hyperbreez has everything you could need from a cabin case.

It has four wheels that allow for 360-degree navigating, a telescopic handle for easy maneuvering and an additional grab handle at the top of the case – which comes in handy for lifting it up into the cabin section of an airplane.

It has a smaller zip compartment at the front of the case that’s perfect for storing a book or pair of headphones. Meanwhile, the inside bottom compartment comes with cross ribbons to keep clothes secure as well as a mesh pocket for storing smaller items like toiletries.

The case comes with a TSA lock, too.


  • Weight: 2.5kg
  • Depth: 20cm
  • Width: 40cm
  • Height: 55cm
  • Capacity: 38L


  • The telescopic handle is easy to adjust
  • Lightweight


£25 at Ryman

Best affordable hard-shell suitcase

Photo: Amazon

Tripp Medium Banana Suitcase

Tripp is one of the most reliable brands when it comes to producing hard-shell suitcases. It’s casing is made out of a material called polypropylene which is incredibly lightweight yet durable. It’s also recyclable!

The case has four wheels and comes with a TSA lock. It’s pull handle is retractable while a top and side handle allow you to carry it easily.

Inside, it has packing straps and a mesh divider to help you stay organised while keeping your belongings secure throughout your travels.

Don’t like yellow? The case comes in a whole range of colours like turquoise or watermelon if banana bright isn’t really your style.

For a deeper dive into the Tripp brand you can check out our recommended Tripp suitcases.


  • Weight: 3.2kg
  • Depth: 26cm
  • Width: 46cm
  • Height: 66cm
  • Capacity: 66L


  • The colour easily stands out at baggage claim
  • Easy to roll thanks to the four wheels
  • Sturdy


  • The casing gets scuffed over time

£45 at Amazon

Best soft affordable suitcase

Photo: Dunelm

IT Medium Quilted Suitcase

While hard-shell cases do seem to be more popular at the moment, some travellers still prefer soft-touch suitcases.

This one from IT is made from soft polyester but is still durable. Its rose gold trim creates a luxurious aesthetic. But don’t let its looks fool you; this case’s base is created to withstand heavier loads and it has great balance to boot. No need to worry about your case randomly tipping over at the airport!

The suitcase has an expander system built in too, in case you end up packing more clothes or buying more souvenirs than you originally planned. It has four wheels for ultimate manoeuvring control, a retractable handle and both an internal and external pocket for your smaller belongings.

We love the quilted design and rose gold combo here!


  • Weight: 2.66kg
  • Depth: 26cm
  • Width: 44cm
  • Height: 70cm
  • Capacity: 60L


  • Light and easy to push around
  • The zips for the main compartment aren’t directly on the corners of the case so less chance of them encountering any damage.


  • The casing dents easier than a hard-shell suitcase would
  • You can’t wipe the case clean if it gets dirty

£39 at Dunelm

Best affordable luggage for kids

Photo: Argos

Trunki Tiger Ride On Suitcase

If only adults could pull off suitcases as cute as this.

The inside is roomy enough to fit in kids’ belongings while the wipe clean plastic casing is very strong – perfect for children to ride on. It’s lightweight too, so won’t be a hassle to pull through the airport using its adjustable straps.

There’s a rubber trim around the inside of the case to keep little fingers safe and a grab handle to make lifting it easy peasy. It’s hand luggage size, so it can qualify as a carry-on.


  • Weight: 1.5kg
  • Depth: 32cm
  • Width: 46cm
  • Height: 31cm
  • Capacity:18L


  • Small in size making it a great suitcase for sleepovers
  • The ride on feature is great for when little feet get tired


  • There are only packing straps inside the case, no zippered compartments

£40 at Argos

Best stylish affordable suitcase


Galli Charcoal & Rose Gold Medium Suitcase

If you only travel in style, then you’ll love this recommendation.

This hard-shell case comes in charcoal grey with rose gold accents. We love this subdued colour combination as it’s sleek but stands out from the sea of black suitcases at baggage reclaim.

Despite its hard exterior, the case is lightweight with four easy-glide wheels and a push-button trolley handle.

There are dividers and pockets on the inside of the case as well as packing straps to keep your belongings organised. The integrated TSA lock will keep everything safely inside, too.

This case is available in other colours and accents if you’re unsure about grey.


  • Weight: 3.5kg
  • Depth: 27cm
  • Width: 45cm
  • Height: 66cm
  • Capacity: Unspecified


  • The case’s design effortlessly combines style and function


It’s more of a mid-range than budget option

£69 at

Best expandable affordable suitcase

Flymax Medium Expandable Trolley Bag in mint blue. Photo: Amazon

Flymax Medium Expandable Trolley Bag

If you’re looking for a suitcase that’s lightweight yet roomy, Flymax’s Trolley Bag is a great option. It has two large pockets at the front of the case that expand to give you more room for those last minute bits you want to take on your travels.

It has an adjustable telescopic handle and side handle for easy mobility as well as a combination lock that comes with a key.

The wheels are sturdy and won’t squeak after too much use while the polyester casing won’t scuff or damage easily.


  • Weight: 2.89kg
  • Depth: 23cm
  • Width: 41cm
  • Height: 68cm
  • Capacity: 65L


  • Good value for money
  • Sturdy design


  • Only has two wheels
  • The lock can spontaneously fail to work which is not ideal

£19.99 at Amazon

Best lightweight affordable suitcase

Amazon Basics Hardside Luggage in black. Photo: Amazon

Amazon Basics luggage has a good reputation for being reliable and affordable.

This hard-sided suitcase will keep your belongings safe and intact while in transit. It comes with a scratch resistant finish, too so it doesn’t scuff easily.

Its fully lined inside has a divider and three separate zip pockets so when you get to your hotel your luggage won’t be in chaos. Four wheels and a telescopic handle that clicks into place makes for smooth, convenient rolling. The case doesn’t just glide backwards and forwards but can be spun in any direction you need it to go.

When grabbing a taxi, a side handle makes carrying luggage much easier and this case’s side handle has been thoroughly tested to ensure it’s securely attached.


  • Weight: 4.37kg
  • Depth: 29.01cm
  • Width: 46.51cm
  • Height: 68cm
  • Capacity: Unspecified


  • Expandable design fits in up to 15% more luggage
  • Durable case


£52.19 at Amazon

Best unique look affordable suitcase

Aerolite Vintage Suitcase in cream. Photo: Amazon

Aerolite Vintage Suitcase

This trunk-inspired suitcase has an outer shell made of durable plastic that won’t scuff or scratch while in transit. Its corners are reinforced with corner protectors to stop them getting nicked or damaged while the three digit combination barrel padlock will give your belongings added security.

Rather than a mere four wheels, this case has eight wheels in total (four pairs that create its dual spinning wheels). This reduces the pressure and friction on each wheel so they are able to last for years.

The shape of the suitcase makes balancing smaller bags on top easier and the inside has packing straps, a zippered divider pocket and mesh pocket to help you stay organised.


  • Weight: 4.6kg
  • Depth: 31cm
  • Width: 64cm
  • Height: 66.5cm
  • Capacity: 112L


  • Easy to roll alongside you as you walk
  • Unlikely to get mixed up with other luggage at baggage reclaim


  • The lock isn’t TSA approved
  • Both interior compartments are the same depth, which can be tricky when packing
  • The hard-shell casing isn’t as sturdy as Tripp’s or Galli’s suitcases

£59.99 at Amazon

Best set of affordable suitcases

Go Explore 2 Piece Soft Luggage Set in blue. Photo: Argos

Go Explore 2 Piece Soft Luggage Set

If you’re looking to buy more than one suitcase, this set comes at a bargain price!

You get a medium and a cabin sized case; they have two wheels each and a retractable handle making storing the case easier. Both come with packing straps, an internal and external pocket.

The cases aren’t the highest quality but if you need a couple of suitcases to see you through a bit of travelling, they are conveniently priced to do just that.

Cabin sized / medium specs:

  • Weight: 1.93kg / 2.65kg
  • Depth: 34cm / 43.5cm
  • Width: 16cm / 20cm
  • Height: 45.5cm / 67cm
  • Capacity: 23L / 55L


  • Very affordable
  • Lightweight and roomy


  • Four wheels would be more convenient than two
  • The polyester casing is susceptible to to scuffs

£30 at Argos

Prices updated on 03/06/2021. We are not responsible for any changes on the prices mentioned above.

The Best Carry-On Luggage for 2021

Our pick

Travelpro Platinum Elite 21″ Expandable Spinner

This spinner carry-on offers the best balance of size, value, reliability, and durability, with high-end details. It’s backed by a lifetime warranty.

Buying Options

*At the time of publishing, the price was $240.

Travelpro’s Platinum line of luggage has held our top pick for almost every iteration of this carry-on luggage review because it addresses the concerns of most travelers at an affordable price: It features smooth-rolling, user-replaceable wheels; solid and comfortable, telescoping handles; and a hard-wearing nylon exterior propped up by a solid internal chassis, all backed by a lifetime warranty that covers airline damage and shipping to the repair facility (as long as you register the luggage within 120 days of purchase, which is easy to do on any smartphone), along with a full catalog of other user-replaceable parts. The Elite only improves on past iterations in the Platinum line by reducing the size of the stowed handle (which used to jut out about an inch) and adding a second zippered, exterior pocket for easy access on the go and a USB pass-through extension that lets you insert your own battery pack for charging your phone. And at 7.8 pounds when empty, this carry-on bag is about half a pound lighter than its predecessor.

Our pick

The spinner luggage configuration stands out in particular because of its MagnaTrac wheels, which magnetically snap into a forward position when the bag is moved. The small tracking assistance makes a large difference when you’re navigating the Elite through a crowded airport or down a busy street. It also has an easy-to-use, removable garment bag. If you prefer more packing capacity (the equivalent of squeezing in two more sweatshirts), larger wheels that run more smoothly over rough terrain, and a more protective built-in garment folder, we also like the two-wheeled 22-inch version, especially for longer trips. But after several years of testing experience, we think the superior maneuverability of spinner luggage, along with improvements in manufacturing processes, make four-wheel bags a better choice for most people.

Measuring 23 by 13.5 by 9 inches, the Elite carry-on bag hits the upper margins of actual carry-on size limits and could get you gate-checked by an overzealous agent. However, it fits into most standard-size baggage caddies at check-in, including American’s and United’s. I’ve personally traveled with a Platinum line bag this size for more than 45,000 miles spread across 50 flights, from regional to long-haul to international routes, and never had an issue fitting within gate-side luggage sizers. If you’re nervous about getting caught at the gate or often fly in very small regional planes, Travelpro also makes a slightly smaller, 20-inch Platinum Elite as well as a slimmer International configuration, but these hold less (naturally) and lack a suiter insert.

Also great

Away The Carry-On

This great-looking and relatively resilient piece of hard-sided luggage has top-of-the-line components—including YKK zippers and wheels as smooth-rolling as any we’ve tested.

Soft-sided carry-ons last the longest and show the least wear, but if you prefer the look of a hard-sided bag, the Away Carry-On is our choice. Like our other picks, this bag stood out for its high-end components, such as sturdy YKK zippers and wheels that moved as smoothly as those on our soft-sided top picks. Away’s carry-on also comes in a wider variety of colors than our soft-sided luggage picks. Its strong yet flexible polycarbonate shell does show more wear than our soft-sided picks. But after three years of testing multiple models, our testers have found that the Away is capable of enduring most of the trials of travel with fewer scratches than the other polycarbonate models we’ve tested. Similar to our soft-sided top picks, Away bags are backed by a lifetime warranty.

Upgrade pick

If you are a frequent flyer and willing to invest in a higher-quality product for your home away from home, we recommend the Briggs & Riley Baseline Domestic Carry-On Expandable Spinner (also available in a two-wheeled version with more capacity). Every detail of this top-rated bag, from the zippers to the wheels to the wrinkle-resistant suit compartment, is made to the highest standards, and we found it has a higher proportion of usable space than any other spinner bag we tested. This is further boosted by the uniquely effective ratcheting CX compression system that allows travelers to fit an entire extra outfit into the same external dimensions as most other carry-ons. The Baseline Domestic is also the only spinner luggage model we tested with a built-in garment folder, which helps shirts and pants stay wrinkle-free if you pack them well. And although the wheels don’t snap into alignment, they are exceptionally smooth rolling and easy to maneuver.

Upgrade pick

In luggage reviews, the most common complaint about Briggs & Riley suitcases is that the handle seems loose, but this is by design. Other than wheels, the handle is the component most likely to break on any bag, and looser handles have a little more tolerance to wiggle within their tubes, so they are less likely to bend and get stuck. While a tighter fit feels more reassuring, it takes just a couple of trips to get used to the handle. If things go awry, user-replaceable parts and a network of repair centers located around the world make quick fixes easy, and the reliable lifetime warranty covers repairs for airline damage.

In addition to our main picks, we’ve found the international versions of our picks, where available, and also have a luxury pick specifically designed for carrying dress clothes or formalwear—and pretty much nothing else.

Best Lightweight Luggage Under 5lb: Avoid Overweight Baggage

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Trying to pack light? Avoid “ultralight” carryon suitcases that weigh too much! To help you avoid overweight baggage fees, we’ve rounded up the best lightweight luggage (and we actually own most of them, too). And the best part? They’re all under 5lb!


Packing cubes are the secret to traveling carry-on only. Watch this video to learn why!






Today’s suitcases come with a wide variety of cool features that affect transportation, packing, and protection. You can get wheel locking systems, built-in charging units, and heavy-duty hardware.

However, the thing to keep in mind is that the more bells and whistles there are, the heavier the bag will be! What you need is a balance.


Below you’ll find a full list of the best lightweight luggage with wheels including information about each style, reviews, videos, and pictures, too.



Lightest Carryon Luggage


What manufacturers claim to be lightweight and what truly is the lightest carryon luggage are two incredibly different things.



What does lightweight luggage weigh?


  • Best lightweight luggage for checked bags: 5 – 8 pounds
  • Best lightweight luggage for carryon bags: 3.5 – 5 pounds



Let’s start by setting the record straight: a carryon suitcase that weighs over 6-10 pounds IS NOT lightweight.

If cabin (carryon) restrictions require that your TOTAL weight be under 20 pounds, then how is that feasible when your suitcase itself weighs 9 pounds?

It’s not.


Read this post to learn how to pack for a 7kg baggage allowance!



The same goes for checked bags. Just because you have a 50 pound weight allowance doesn’t mean you need all of it.

However, if for whatever reason you need to bring an extensive amount of things on a trip (perhaps you’re moving to another country or studying abroad), then you want to make the most of what you can actually bring.

Don’t waste your weight allowance on a heavy suitcase!


Read the ultimate guide on how to choose a suitcase!



What is the best lightweight luggage for carryon?


Here are the best lightweight luggage options for carryon. They all have wheels and weigh under 5 lb:


  • it luggage Expandable Carry-on
  • Travelpro Maxlite Carry On Luggage
  • Osprey Ozone Wheeled Luggage
  • Samsonite Neopulse Hardside Spinner
  • Delsey Clavel Hand Luggage
  • Lipault Original Plume Spinner
  • Aerolite Ultra Light 
  • Eagle Creek Load Warrior






The Best Lightweight Luggage Reviews


Packing light is our specialty, and we’ve tried and tested almost every one of the suitcases on this list. In fact, we’ve even included our own review videos that provide further information to help you choose the best one for your trip.



Here are our tried-and-tested best lightweight luggage reviews:



it luggage 22″ Lightweight Expandable Carry-on


it Luggage


IT is quite possibly the best brand for ultra-lightweight luggage – it’s their specialty! They have a vast selection in endless colors, materials, and prints. Unfortunately, their USA selection is incredibly limited but if you’re in Europe, you’re in luck because they’re everywhere!

Not only are their carryons under 5 lbs, but they have a unique shape that allows you to maximize space so you don’t waste it on the suitcase. With the it luggage New York 22″, you can use all the space for your belongings.

The luggage features ultra-light fabric, handles, and wheels and the price is very affordable. Many of their carryon bags range between $50-$80. Buy it here!


The key to traveling light is to create an interchangeable capsule wardrobe!



Travelpro Maxlite 5 Softside Carry On Luggage


Travelpro Luggage


This bag is simple and classic, and that makes it a keeper in our books. Travelpro is one of my favorite luggage brands because their suitcases are durable and easy to maneuver while also being affordable.

The Maxlite 5 is also one of the best lightweight luggage options for anyone who wants a soft-side case. You can travel anywhere with this and it won’t slow you down, thanks to its smooth 4-wheel spinners, stain-resistant and water-repellant duraguard coating and ergonomic, and high-tensile-strength zipper. Buy it here!



Travelpro Maxlite 5 Hardside Carry On Luggage


This Travelpro hardside carry-on bag is ultra-durable and ultra-light! The Maxlite 5 expandable carry-on hardside spinner is designed to meet carry-on size restrictions for most domestic airlines while maximizing how much you can pack inside with its convenient 2” expansion option. Also available in carry on 19″ and non expandable 21″.  Buy it here!



Osprey Ozone 21.5″/42L Wheeled Luggage (New Version)


Osprey Ozone


This is the bag that has been accompanying me on my long-term travels for the past year. You know I’m a big fan of Osprey and ever since I had to stop traveling with the Farpoint, which was backpacking perfection, the Ozone has become my new favorite.


Watch this video or read my Osprey Ozone 46 review for more details:



So far it’s worked as a carryon on most airlines, even Air Asia, but it may be two inches too big for budget companies like RyanAir or EasyJet. However, they also have a 38L version that’s smaller and would work for most budget airlines.



My only gripe with this bag is that I bought the previous model in black but now they have it in blue. As soon as I have a travel stop in the US, I’m going to get this new color! Buy it here!



Samsonite Neopulse Suitcase


Samsonite NeoPulse


During a recent trip to Los Angeles, I set off on a mission to find the most lightweight carryon suitcase with a hard side. I stumbled upon a Samsonite store and was astounded at the excellent selections for their Cosmolite and Lite Shock Collections.


I was in between buying either the Cosmolite or the Firelite and asked the TFG readers to help me decide as you can see in this video:



Although both suitcases were incredibly light, I chose the Firelite Spinner instead of the Cosmolite because it’s a newer model and weighed 2 ounces less. In fact, they each weigh UNDER 4 lb – talk about lightest carryon luggage!


Using it on set for my TPSY TV packing videos!


Because it’s brand new and part of Samsonite’s premium collection, it was a steeper price tag than the other suitcases on this list. But so far, it seems absolutely worth it.

The Neopulse pictured above is a good option if you want a cheaper version of the Firelite and Cosmolite. It may be a few ounces more in comparison, but still weigh under 5lb. Buy it here!



Delsey Clavel 19″ Hand Luggage


Delsey Luggage


I’ve been a fan of Delsey for the past few years, and one of my favorite things about the French brand is its attention to detail, clean aesthetics, and affordable price tag. Delsey definitely offers the most value, and this new suitcase proves it.

Delsey discontinued the soft-side Delsey Traversee Lite which I have and love, but the new Clavel hardside spinner is the lightest Delsey suitcase. This new lightweight luggage has a hard side and a hard-wearing zipper, which means it will stand up to wear and tear. Buy it here!


If you’re looking for the best lightweight luggage sets, Delsey also has some awesome options!



Lipault Original Plume Spinner 55/20 Luggage


Lipault Suitcase


Sometimes you want a simple bag without any fancy bells or whistles, and that’s when I recommend Lipault. This spinner suitcase is basic, but in a good way. Despite being 20”, it offers amazing capacity, so you can easily fit a week’s worth of outfits.

It’s also easy to carry and move, while the soft side allows for more flexibility. The top carry handle allows you to lift the suitcase with ease and comfort, making it easy to travel even in the most crowded of airports and train stations. Buy it here!



Aerolite Ultra Light 4 Wheel Carry On Luggage


Aerolite Trolley Bag


One of the best lightweight luggage options out there comes from Aerolite. It’s roomy enough to store all your belongings and small enough for those carry on only trips. An attractive, sturdy and lightweight bag, it’s easy to maneuver on uneven terrain.

It comes in a wide range of fun colors, particularly this pretty purple. You can’t help but feel happy when traveling with this colorful, easy to carry suitcase! Highly recommended! Buy it here!



Eagle Creek Load Warrior 22 Inch Carry-On Luggage


Eagle Creek Load Warrior


One of our readers raved about this great bag from Eagle Creek, so I thought I’d include it on  this list. It’s simple, easy to use and extremely light, which makes it a worthwhile addition to our list of the lightest carryon luggage pieces we could find.

It fits perfectly in overhead bins, however, you’ll have to use this one with packing cubes–there’s no dedicated spots for your items. Still, it’s got what it you need to make through a 3-day weekend in Manhattan or a road trip through the Adirondacks. The price right, too! Buy it here!



Osprey Daylight 40″ Carry-On Wheeled Duffel


Osprey Daylight Carry-On Wheeled Duffel 40


Lightweight carry on and durable, the Daylight® Carry-On Wheeled Duffel 40 is ready for your next trip out of town with a large main compartment that makes packing quick and easy and two exterior pockets that hold quick-access items.

This travel-ready carry-on duffel from Osprey features wheels for rolling convenience and deployable backpack straps to give you multiple carry options. Durable enough for regular use! Buy it here!




A sneak peak inside my Samsonite Firelite carryon



Packing Tips for the Best Lightweight Luggage


Packing light is all about research, planning, and preparation. These articles will help you travel carryon only to any destination, no matter the trip length:



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We recommend bringing along a lightweight luggage scale to weigh your cases before going to the airport. This will ensure you are below the weight limit and avoid extra charges.

Also, use packing organizers such as packing cubes to help you simplify your packing process.



Learn our hacks with packing cubes in this video!


We also put together a five-part YouTube series showing the different methods to use packing cubes for travel. If you use this specific packing strategy, packing cubes can also compress your belongings. This is the secret to traveling carry-on only!


Check out this post to find out how packing cubes help you pack everything in a carryon!



The Best Lightweight Luggage Summary

it luggage Lightweight Carry-on 21.5 in / 5.06 lbs 2 tie-down straps, large zippered mesh pocket, and two elastic slip pockets TFG APPROVED! Check Price
Travelpro Maxlite 5 Softside Carry On Luggage 21.75 in / 6.1 lbs ultra-lightweight carry-on spinner, adjustable PowerScope Lite handle, high-tensile-strength expandable zipper Check Price
Travelpro Maxlite 5 Hardside Carry On Luggage 21.75 / 5.4 lbs. ultra-durable and ultra-light, designed to meet carry-on size restrictions for most domestic airlines while maximizing how much you can pack inside with its convenient 2” expansion option. Check Price
Osprey Ozone 21.5 in / 4.67 lbs Easy access zippered top, handles on three sides, Lockable zippers TFG APPROVED! Check Price
Samsonite Neopulse Hardside Spinner 20 in / 5.22 lbs Durable and highly-resistant polycarbonate shell, Fully-lined interior, TSA combination lock TFG APPROVED! Check Price
Delsey Clavel 19″ Hand Luggage 19 in / 5.3 lbs TSA combination lock, hard-wearing zip, inner closed compartments TFG APPROVED! Check Price
Lipault Original Plume Spinner 20.6 in / 5.3 lbs Easy to carry and move, zipped lateral pocket and full-length interior cover pocket, comfortable carrying handles Check Price
Aerolite Ultra Light 4 Wheel Carry On Luggage 22 in / 5.3 lbs ultra-lightweight yet durable suitcase, smooth-rolling and nicely elevated wheels, etractable handles for easy and simple transporting. Check Price
Eagle Creek Gear Warrior 22 Inch Carry-On Luggage 22 in / 8 lbs Built with a seamless Exo-Skeleton, reinforced with hypalon material, water repellent exterior TFG APPROVED! Check Price
Osprey Daylight Carry-On Wheeled Duffel 40 22in / 4.9 lbs This travel-ready carry-on duffel from Osprey features wheels for rolling convenience and deployable backpack straps to give you multiple carry options. Durable enough for regular use! TFG APPROVED! Check Price



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14 Best Luggage Brands 2021 for Every Type of Traveler

Mike Garten

No matter how often or why you’re traveling, you’ll need a suitcase that suits your needs. It has to be spacious enough to hold all your stuff, light enough to carry around, and durable enough to last year after year.

The Good Housekeeping Institute’s Textile Lab tests luggage of all kinds, from carry-ons, to checked bags, and more. We evaluate in them in the Lab by measuring things like abrasion and scratch resistance, water resistance, weight and size, ease of use, and durability in our drop tests. We also perform packing tests to compare compartments and see how much each can hold. Then we bring in consumer testers to use the luggage in an obstacle course and give feedback on aspects like handle comfort, wheel performance, and maneuverability. In our most recent evaluation, we tested 25 of the hottest new styles and logged over 4,000 data points to find the best cases you can buy.

After combing through the past 10 years of test data with thousands of additional scores, we’ve selected the best luggage brands based on top-performing cases from our review, our expert favorites that we use when we travel, and newer styles with unique features. Read on to learn more about our top picks, but in summary the best luggage brands to shop in 2021 are:

Is soft or hardside luggage better?

The answer: It’s a personal preference.

  • For hard shell luggage, we recommend going with polycarbonate because it’s both durable and lightweight. Aluminum is heavier and ABS plastic is less durable.
  • For soft fabric luggage that’s more flexible to stuff into tight spaces (e.g. car trunks or overhead bins), nylon’s your best bet because it’s strong and water resistant.

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Best Overall Luggage: Away Luggage


This direct-to-consumer brand makes suitcase shopping a whole lot easier: It offers a top-quality bag in a variety of sizes and colors. The luggage is made of 100% polycarbonate, so it’s durable yet lightweight — even lighter than some fabric bags we’ve tested. It’s also surprisingly spacious and has an easily removable battery so you can charge your phone or other devices, while still complying with airline regulations. The company offers a 100-day any-reason return policy, so you can send it back for a refund even after you’ve used it.

Best Value Luggage: Open Story


Target’s new luggage brand gives you top-quality hardside materials and a lower cost than its competitors. The carry-on size is just $160 and is lightweight, spacious, and has lots of compartments to keep you organized. It even comes with a detachable laundry bag and a USB port in case you want to add a battery to charge on the go. The checked size is $190, and both sizes have polycarbonate shells and come in nine different colors.

Best Under-$100 Luggage: AmazonBasics Luggage


It’s hard to find luggage for under $100, but Amazon’s brand does not disappoint. There are soft and hardside styles to choose from, plus travel backpacks, duffels, and more. We recently reviewed the underseat luggage and found it was a total steal. Amazon also boasts extensive testing to make sure it’ll hold up and though it might not be the absolute best quality out there, the price can’t be beat.

Best Luggage for Families: Thule Luggage


Thule’s luggage is made of durable materials that you can count on to last, and the Subterra duffel collection has a unique 2-in-1 design that let’s family members share luggage while still keeping their items separate. The two compartments can be attached and rolled as one suitcase, then when you get to your destination you can take them apart as two separate duffel bags. It comes in three sizes and uses a mix of a hardside and softside materials that aced our durability tests.

Best Luggage for Long Trips: L.L.Bean Luggage


If you’re going away for weeks or just have lots to pack, L.L.Bean’s duffels are roomy enough to stuff in everything you need. There are options with or without wheels and lots of sizes to choose from (the extra-large bag is incredibly durable). The flexible shape also allows it to store easily under your bed, so it’s perfect for college students or summer camp goers. It’s also made of sturdy, water-resistant nylon fabric to last no matter where your travels take you.

Best Luggage for Frequent Flyers: Hartmann Luggage


This luxury brand is on the pricey side, but has timeless designs from hardside to tweed fabric — that never go out of style. In fact, the brand’s marketing and aesthetics are focused heavily on its heritage. It has been a top performer in our tests thanks to its spacious interior that’s easy to pack and its wheels and handles that make it smooth and comfortable to maneuver. It outperformed even pricier styles, so you know you’re getting good bang for your buck.

Best Luggage for Infrequent Flyers: American Tourister Luggage


If you don’t use luggage regularly — i.e. it doesn’t need to be the most durable and you don’t need all the bells and whistles —American Tourister offers good value and lots of options to choose from. There are lots of options if you prefer bright colors and fun pritns, plus there are cases for the entire family, including kids.

Best Luggage for Business Travel: Samsonite Luggage


Samsonite’s another brand that has proven high quality as we’ve tested it over the years, including both hard and soft styles. It has specifically stood out for durability and ease of use: There’s been no struggling to open and close the cases, and packing them has been a breeze thanks to the functional compartments, making them perfect for someone who is constantly on the go.

Best Luggage for Adventure Travel: Eagle Creek Luggage


Whether you’re backpacking through foreign countries or exploring a national park, Eagle Creek gives you both the convenience and durability you need in a bag. Some have various compartments so you can stay organized (or store dirty laundry separately), and some bags have straps so you can wear it as a backpack if you need to be hands-free. We especially love the Cargo Hauler Duffel: It’s affordable, spacious, lightweight, and folds up into a small pouch for easy storage.

Best Luggage for Flight Crews: TravelPro Luggage


This company was founded by a pilot and it makes luggage specifically for airline personnel who travel for a living. It’s primarily soft fabric luggage (though it does have some hardside available). There’s excellent attention to detail that makes frequent flying easier, like cushioning around the handles, self-aligning wheels that let you roll the luggage in any direction, and abrasion-resistant nylon fabric.

Best Luxury Luggage: Bric’s Luggage


If you’re willing splurge, Bric’s luggage is both high quality and super chic. The Italian brand is best known for its leather, which it even uses as trim on non-leather cases. The Bellagio spinner was a top performer in a recent luggage test: It was lightweight yet held a lot inside and proved to be durable. And if you’re on a budget, check out the brand’s sale section — it has some of its bestselling styles in last season’s colors.

Best Classic Hardside Luggage: Rimowa Luggage


This brand has always been at the cutting edge of luggage materials and made the first polycarbonate suitcase in 2000. It only makes hardside luggage, but has several different collections ranging from the Essential Lite, which is the lightest and least expensive, to the Original, which is made of durable aluminum and clever packing compartments. It’s super pricey — the cheapest case is over $500! – but its polycarbonate spinner was among the best in our test based on its weight, packing space, durability, and maneuverability.

Best Printed Luggage: Heys Luggage


This brand increases the fun factor and makes it easier to spot your luggage in a sea of dark, solid colors. It has adorable animal sets for young kids, fashionable marble designs for adults, and even a printed world map so you can keep track of your travel wish list. Even cooler is its Smart Luggage, which uses airline-approved AAA batteries instead of lithium-ion to weigh your load via the handle and let you lock and unlock it with your phone.

Best Customer Service: Tumi Luggage


Rolling TUMI luggage through the airport is like a status symbol; the brand is highly recognized for its luxury products for both business and leisure travelers. In addition to its luggage, it makes accessories like briefcases and backpacks and has components that make traveling easier, like an anti-slip strap on carrying bags and an extra hook on rolling bags so you can wheel multiple items at once. On top of that, the brand stands out for its unique service offerings, like repairs and luggage registration to help you find lost bags.

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90,000 Which suitcase is better: abs plastic or polycarbonate?

More and more successful and wealthy people choose suitcases made of ABS plastic, polycarbonate or polypropylene, because they are more practical, durable, and look no less solid and attractive. There are many more color and decoration options available than for leather.

But which suitcase is better: polycarbonate or ABS plastic, or should you give preference to polypropylene? It is impossible to unequivocally answer this question, all three materials have their own advantages and disadvantages.

ABS plastic: advantages and disadvantages

ABS plastic is a thermoplastic impact-resistant resin, which was the first to be used for the production of travel accessories. And such products had a number of advantages over natural and artificial leather, textiles:

  • cheaper than well-made leather;
  • more representative appearance than textiles;
  • water resistance – after walking in heavy rain, the contents of the suitcase remain dry;
  • resistance to abrasive wear;
  • The body of the suitcase can be painted in various colors, restrained and calm, or bright, as well as decorated with various prints.

ABS also has disadvantages: it is heavy and fragile, but manufacturers very rarely use a material consisting of 100% plastic. Special additives make the material stronger and more durable, therefore, despite the emergence of developments in the next generation of ABS, plastic remains in demand.

Polycarbokat: for those who value durability and reliability

Polycarbonate suitcases are ideal for those travelers who take a lot of things with them and pack them tightly.Polycarbonate is highly durable and resistant to mechanical damage. A very strong blow is required so that even a small crack appears on the polycarbonate case. But even in this case, local damage occurs, and not a complete destruction of the body or a separate wall. Even with careless handling, the likelihood of damage to the suitcase is very low – this must be taken into account when choosing a material: ABS plastic or polycarbonate.

Due to its high strength, the production technology allows to reduce the thickness of the walls of the case, so the weight of travel accessories made of polycarbonate is much less than that of other types of plastic.This is especially important when choosing models for children and teenagers, women traveling alone or with a small child, as well as models for sizes L and XL.

Polypropylene products – beautiful and durable

For those who often transport a business wardrobe and do not have the habit and ability to fill a suitcase “to the eyeballs”, polypropylene products are perfect. This material is also quite durable, waterproof and retains its presentable appearance much longer.Accessories can be painted in different colors, rich and rich. Even the most difficult dirt can be easily removed with a damp sponge.

Polypropylene suitcases are slightly heavier than polycarbonate but cost less. Due to the hygienic nature of the material, most manufacturers have abandoned pads, which makes it possible to slightly increase the internal volume and reduce the price. The main advantage of the material is resistance to abrasions, small scratches, so even after long-term use, the travel accessory can look like new.And it does not fade in the sun, keeping colors fresh and bright for a long time.

Which material is better for a suitcase

All types of plastics used to make travel accessories have their own advantages and disadvantages. The final decision depends on the needs and preferences of the individual buyer.

A business person who often travels on business trips, to various negotiations and business events, can take a few things, but it is important to be able to transport them as carefully as possible, without wrinkling.For these purposes, polypropylene or ABS plastic is best suited. At the same time, the first option will allow you to keep the presentable appearance of the travel accessory longer, and the second will cost less.

For those who often go on long trips, where it is important to take as many things as possible, polycarbonate will be the best choice. It is lighter, making it easier to transport heavy luggage. And you do not have to worry about whether airport employees are treating him carefully, and also not to be afraid of accidental falls on the road.

What else needs to be considered when choosing

It is difficult for a layman to distinguish between different types of plastics visually. It is even more difficult to determine the quality of the material by eye and touch, and it is it that determines to the greatest extent the performance characteristics of products, their strength and durability.

The only way not to make a mistake and not buy a product that turns out to be unusable on the very first trip is to focus on the manufacturer. A travel accessory is not only a functional item, but also a status item, so it is worth paying more for products that will not only last a long time, will be comfortable, but will also make an excellent impression on your business partners, airport and hotel employees who meet you.

The correct choice of a suitcase includes an assessment of the strength of its wheels and handle, maneuverability, and most importantly, the reliability of locking devices. When buying suitcases from well-known manufacturers, for example, Samsonite, sales consultants will help you choose high-quality, beautiful and reliable products, taking into account all your needs and wishes.

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& Kcy; & ocy; & mcy; & pcy; & acy; & ncy; & icy; & yacy; & zcy; & acy; & icy; & ncy; & tcy; & iecy; & rcy; & iecy; & scy; & ocy; vcy; & acy; & ncy; & acy; & vcy; & ocy; & bcy; & iecy; & scy; & pcy; & iecy; & chcy; & iecy; & ncy; & icy; & icy; & vcy; & scy; & iecy; & ocy; & bcy; & hardcy; & iecy; & mcy; & lcy; & yucy; & shchcy; & iecy; & gcy; & ocy; Travel Solutions & dcy; & lcy; & yacy; & pcy; & ocy; & tcy; & rcy; & iecy; & bcy; & icy; & tcy; & iecy; & lcy; & iecy; & jcy; & scy; & scy; & tcy; & ncy; & dcy; & acy; & rcy; & tcy; & ncy; & acy; & yacy; & chcy; & icy; & scy; & tcy; & yacy; & shchcy; & acy; & yacy; & ncy; & iecy; & zcy; & acy; & vcy; & icy; & scy; & icy; & mcy; & ycy; & khcy; & ncy; & acy; & ucy; & chcy; & ncy; & ycy; & khcy; & icy; & scy; & scy; & lcy; & iecy; & dcy; & ocy; vcy; & acy; & ncy; & icy; & jcy; & icy; & rcy; & acy; & zcy; vcy; & icy; & tcy; & icy; & yacy; & gcy; & rcy; & ucy; & pcy; & pcy; & ycy; & period; & Vcy; & tcy; & ocy; & zhcy; & iecy; & vcy; & rcy; & iecy; & mcy; & yacy; & kcy; & acy; & kcy; & vcy; & ncy; & iecy; & shcy; & ncy; & icy; & jcy; & vcy; & icy; & dcy; & pcy; & ocy; & scy; & tcy; & ocy; & yacy; & ncy; & ncy; & ocy; & ncy; & acy; & shcy; & icy; & khcy; & icy; & ncy; & ncy; & ocy; & vcy; & acy; & tscy; & icy; & jcy; & scy; & tcy; & acy; & lcy; & ocy; & comma; & fcy; & ucy; & ncy; & kcy; & tscy; & icy; & icy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & dcy; & ucy; & kcy; & tcy; & ocy; & vcy; & tcy; & acy; & kcy; & zhcy; & iecy; & pcy; & rcy; & icy; & ncy; & yacy; & tcy; & ycy; & vcy; & ocy; & vcy; & ncy; & icy; & mcy; & acy; & ncy; & icy; & iecy; & period; & Ocy; & ncy; & icy; & tcy; & acy; & kcy; & zhcy; & iecy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; vcy; & iecy; & dcy; & ucy; & tcy; & mcy; & ncy; & ocy; & gcy; & icy; & iecy; & dcy; & icy; & zcy; & acy; & jcy; & ncy; & pcy; & acy; & tcy; & iecy; & ncy; & tcy; & ocy; & vcy; & period; & Scy; & pcy; & ocy; & mcy; & ocy; & shchcy; & softcy; & yucy; & pcy; & iecy; & rcy; & iecy; & dcy; & ocy; vcy; & ycy; & khcy; & tcy; & iecy; & khcy; & ncy; & ocy; & lcy; & ocy; & gcy; & icy; & jcy; & icy; & scy; & tcy; & ncy; & dcy; & acy; & rcy; & tcy; & ocy; & vcy; & kcy; & acy; & chcy; & iecy; & scy; & tcy; vcy; & acy; & comma; & mcy; & ycy; & zcy; & acy; & vcy; & ocy; & iecy; vcy; & acy; & lcy; & icy; & dcy; & ocy; & vcy; & iecy; & rcy; & icy; & iecy; & ocy; & gcy; & rcy; & ocy; & mcy; & ncy; & ocy; & gcy; & ocy; & chcy; & icy; & scy; & lcy; & acy; & pcy; & ocy; & tcy; & rcy; & iecy; & bcy; & icy; & tcy; & iecy; & lcy; & iecy; & jcy; & period;

& Mcy; & ycy; & Scy; & IEcy; & Rcy; & Tcy; & Icy; & Fcy; & Icy; & Kcy; & Acy; & TScy; & Icy; & Icy; & Dcy; & Lcy; & YAcy; & colon;

1 & colon; ISO9001 & scy; & iecy; & rcy; & tcy; & icy; & fcy; & icy; & kcy; & acy; & tscy; & icy; & icy; & scy; & icy; & scy; & tcy; & iecy; & mcy; & ycy; & mcy; & iecy; & ncy; & iecy; & dcy; & zhcy; & mcy; & iecy; & ncy; & tcy; & acy; & kcy; & acy; & chcy; & iecy; & scy; & tcy; vcy; & acy;
2 & colon; ISO14001 & scy; & iecy; & rcy; & tcy; & icy; & fcy; & icy; & kcy; & acy; & tscy; & icy; & icy; & scy; & icy; & scy; & tcy; & iecy; & mcy; & ycy; & ucy; & pcy; & rcy; & acy; vcy; & lcy; & iecy; & ncy; & icy; & yacy; & ocy; & kcy; & rcy; & ucy; & zhcy; & acy; yucy; & shchcy; & iecy; & jcy; & scy; & rcy; & iecy; & dcy; & ocy; & jcy;
3 & period; & Icy; & mcy; & iecy; & iecy; & tcy; & ncy; & iecy; & scy; & kcy; & ocy; & lcy; & softcy; & kcy; & ocy; & ocy; & fcy; & ocy; & rcy; & mcy; & lcy; & iecy; & ncy; & icy; & iecy; [pcy] [acy] [tcy] [iecy] [ncy] [tcy] [ocy]]

& Pcy; & ocy; & chcy; & iecy; & mcy; & ucy; & mcy; & ycy;

Bubule & Pcy; & acy; & kcy; & iecy; & tcy; & ycy; & Pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & dcy; & acy; & yucy; & tcy; & scy; & yacy; & vcy; & bcy; & ocy; & lcy; & iecy; & iecy; & chcy; & iecy; & mcy; 30 & scy; & tcy; & rcy; & acy; & ncy; & acy; & khcy; & icy; & rcy; & iecy; & gcy; & icy; & ocy; & ncy; & acy; & khcy; & comma; & ncy; & acy; & pcy; & rcy; & icy; & mcy; & iecy; & rcy; & vcy; & IEcy; & vcy; & rcy; & ocy; & pcy; & iecy; & comma; & Ncy; & acy; & Bcy; & lcy; & icy; & zhcy; & ncy; & iecy; & mcy; & Vcy; & ocy; & scy; & tcy; & ocy; & kcy; & iecy; & icy; & vcy; & Acy; & zcy; & icy; & icy; & comma; & icy; & ncy; & acy; & scy; & lcy; & acy; & zhcy; & dcy; & acy; & jcy; & tcy; & iecy; & scy; & softcy; & Vcy; & ycy; & scy; & ocy; & kcy; & icy; & mcy; & Acy; & vcy; & tcy; & ocy; & rcy; & icy; & tcy; & iecy; & tcy; & ocy; & mcy; & vcy; & mcy; & icy; & rcy; & iecy; & vcy; & scy; & vcy; & yacy; & zcy; & icy; & scy; & Icy; & khcy; & Ocy; & tcy; & lcy; & icy; & chcy; & ncy; & ocy; & iecy; & kcy; & acy; & chcy; & iecy; & scy; & tcy; & vcy; & ocy; & period; & Ocy; & ncy; & icy; & Tcy; & acy; & kcy; & zhcy; & iecy; & pcy; & ocy; & lcy; & ucy; & chcy; & icy; & lcy; & acy; & vcy; & ycy; & scy; & ocy; & kcy; & ucy; & yucy; & ocy; & tscy; & iecy; & ncy; & kcy; & ucy; & ncy; & acy; & vcy; & ncy; & ucy; & tcy; & rcy; & iecy; & ncy; & ncy; & iecy; & mcy; & rcy; & ycy; & ncy; & kcy; & iecy; & period;

& Vcy; & ycy; & scy; & tcy; & acy; & vcy; & kcy; & icy;

& Ncy; & acy; & shcy; & icy; pcy; & rcy; & iecy; & icy; & mcy; & ucy; & shchcy; & iecy; & scy; & tcy; vcy; & acy;

1 & period; 21 & lcy; & iecy; & tcy; & bcy; & ocy; & gcy; & acy; & tcy; & ycy; & jcy; & ocy; & pcy; & ycy; & tcy; & pcy; & ocy; backpack & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & icy; & zcy; & vcy; & ocy; & dcy; & scy; & tcy; & vcy; & ocy; & icy; & ecy; & kcy; & scy; & pcy; & ocy; & rcy; & tcy; & comma; & ocy; & chcy; & iecy; & ncy; & softcy; & scy; & icy; & lcy; & softcy; & ncy; & acy; & yacy; & scy; & pcy; & ocy; & scy; & ocy; & bcy; & ncy; & ocy; & scy; & tcy; & softcy; & ncy; & acy; & dcy; & vcy; & icy; & gcy; & acy; & tcy; & iecy; & lcy; & yacy; & khcy; OEM & comma; ODM & period;
2 & period; & Mcy; & ycy; & ocy; & chcy; & iecy; & ncy; & softcy; & scy; & tcy; & rcy; & ocy; & gcy; & ocy; & comma; & scy; & icy; & scy; & tcy; & iecy; & mcy; & acy; & kcy; & ocy; & ncy; & tcy; & rcy; & ocy; & lcy; & yacy; & kcy; & acy; & chcy; & iecy; & scy; & tcy; vcy; & acy; & ncy; & acy; & shcy; & icy; & khcy; & scy; & ocy; & tcy; & rcy; & ucy; & dcy; & ncy; & icy; & kcy; & ocy; & vcy; & icy; QC & ocy; & scy; & mcy; & ocy; & tcy; & rcy; & iecy; & tcy; & softcy; & vcy; & scy; & iecy; & zcy; & vcy; & iecy; & ncy; & softcy; & yacy; & vcy; & tscy; & iecy; & pcy; & icy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & icy; & zcy; & vcy; & ocy; & dcy; & scy; & tcy; & vcy; & acy; & period;
3 & period; & Ncy; & acy; & shcy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & dcy; & ucy; & kcy; & tcy; & mcy; & ocy; & zhcy; & iecy; & tcy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & shcy; & lcy; & ocy; & mcy; AZO & bcy; & iecy; & scy; & pcy; & lcy; & acy; & tcy; & ncy; & ocy; & comma; SGS & comma; REACH-SVHC & comma; RoHS & comma; Phthalate & icy; EN71-3 & lpar; & ncy; & icy; & zcy; & kcy; & icy; & mcy; & scy; & ocy; & dcy; & iecy; & rcy; & zhcy; & acy; & ncy; & icy; & iecy; & mcy; & scy; & vcy; & icy; & ncy; & tscy; & acy; & comma; & kcy; & acy; & dcy; & mcy; & icy; & yacy; & comma; & ncy; & icy; & zcy; & kcy; & icy; & jcy; & ucy; & rcy; & ocy; & vcy; & iecy; & ncy; & softcy; & scy; & ocy; & dcy; & iecy; & rcy; & zhcy; & acy; & ncy; & icy; & yacy; & tcy; & yacy; & zhcy; & iecy; & lcy; & ycy; & khcy; & mcy; & iecy; & tcy; & acy; & lcy; & lcy; & ocy; & vcy; & ncy; & iecy; & dcy; & ocy; & lcy; & zhcy; & ncy; & acy; cy; iecy; vcy; 200 & chcy; & acy; & scy; & tcy; & iecy; & jcy; & ncy; & acy; & mcy; & icy; & lcy; & lcy; & icy; & ocy; & ncy; & rpar; & period;
4 & period; & Mcy; & ycy; & ocy; & chcy; & iecy; & ncy; & softcy; & scy; & icy; & lcy; & softcy; & ncy; & acy; & yacy; & kcy; & ocy; & mcy; & acy; & ncy; & dcy; & acy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & iecy; & kcy; & tcy; & icy; & rcy; & ocy; & vcy; & shchcy; & icy; & kcy; & ocy; & vcy;
5 & period; & Pcy; & rcy; & iecy; & vcy; & ocy; & scy; & khcy; & ocy; & dcy; & ncy; & ocy; & iecy; & kcy; & acy; & chcy; & iecy; & scy; & tcy; vcy; & ocy; & pcy; & ocy; & scy; & lcy; & iecy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & dcy; & acy; & zhcy; & ncy; & ocy; & gcy; & ocy; & ocy; & bcy; & scy; & lcy; & ucy; & zhcy; & icy; & vcy; & acy; & ncy; & icy; & yacy; & period;

6 & period; & Ecy; & kcy; & scy; & pcy; & ocy; & rcy; & tcy; & icy; & rcy; & ocy; & vcy; & acy; & ncy; & ycy; & vcy; & IEcy; & vcy; & rcy; & ocy; & pcy; & iecy; & comma; & ncy; & acy; & Bcy; & lcy; & icy; & zhcy; & ncy; & iecy; & mcy; & Vcy; & ocy; & scy; & tcy; & ocy; & kcy; & iecy; & comma; & vcy; & Acy; & zcy; & icy; & icy; & icy; & vcy; & dcy; & rcy; & ucy; & gcy; & icy; & khcy; & scy; & tcy; & rcy; & acy; & ncy; & acy; & khcy; & icy; & rcy; & iecy; & gcy; & icy; & ocy; & ncy; & acy; & khcy; & period;

& CHcy; & acy; & scy; & tcy; & ocy; & zcy; & acy; & dcy; & acy; vcy; & acy; & iecy; & mcy; ycy; & iecy; & vcy; & ocy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & scy; & ycy;

1 & period; & Vcy; & ycy; & ncy; & acy; & zcy; & acy; & vcy; & ocy; & dcy; & iecy; & icy; & lcy; & icy; & vcy; & tcy; & ocy; & rcy; & gcy; & ocy; & vcy; & ocy; & jcy; & kcy; & ocy; & mcy; & pcy; & acy; & ncy; & icy; & icy;

& Ocy; & tcy; & vcy; & iecy; & tcy; & colon; & Mcy; & ycy; – 20 & lcy; & iecy; & tcy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & fcy; & iecy; & scy; & scy; & icy; & ocy; & ncy; & lcy; & softcy; & ncy; & ocy; & jcy; & scy; & pcy; & iecy; & tscy; & icy; & acy; & lcy; & icy; & zcy; & acy; & tscy; & icy; & icy; & ncy; & acy; & zcy; & acy; & vcy; & ocy; & dcy; & iecy; & pcy; & ocy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & icy; & zcy; & vcy; & ocy; & dcy; & scy; & tcy; & vcy; & ucy; PP & period;
2 & period; & Vcy; & ycy; & mcy; & ocy; & zhcy; & iecy; & tcy; & iecy; & scy; & dcy; & iecy; & lcy; & acy; & tcy; & softcy; OEM & icy; ODM & quest;
& Ocy; & tcy; & vcy; & iecy; & tcy; & colon; & Dcy; & acy; & comma; & mcy; & ycy; & mcy; & ocy; & zhcy; & iecy; & mcy; & period; & Ncy; & ocy; & mcy; & ycy; & bcy; & ucy; & dcy; & iecy; & mcy; & zcy; & acy; & rcy; & yacy; & dcy; & kcy; & icy; & vcy; & ocy; & tcy; & kcy; & rcy; & ycy; & tcy; & icy; & icy; & ncy; & ocy; & vcy; & ocy; & jcy; & fcy; & ocy; & rcy; & mcy; & ycy; & period;
3 & period; Sample & vcy; & rcy; & iecy; & mcy; & yacy; & vcy; & ycy; & pcy; & ocy; & lcy; & ncy; & iecy; & ncy; & icy; & yacy; & zcy; & acy; & kcy; & acy; & zcy; & acy; & icy; & vcy; & rcy; & iecy; & mcy; & yacy; & vcy; & ycy; & pcy; & ocy; & lcy; & ncy; & iecy; & ncy; & icy; & yacy; & zcy; & acy; & kcy; & acy; & zcy; & acy; & quest;
& Ocy; & tcy; & vcy; & iecy; & tcy; & colon; & Pcy; & rcy; & icy; & mcy; & iecy; & rcy; – 5-10 & dcy; & ncy; & iecy; & jcy; & comma; & kcy; & ocy; & ncy; & tcy; & iecy; & jcy; & ncy; & iecy; & rcy; & vcy; & rcy; & iecy; & mcy; & yacy; & vcy; & ycy; & pcy; & ocy; & lcy; & ncy; & iecy; & ncy; & icy; & yacy; & zcy; & acy; & kcy; & acy; & zcy; & acy; & scy; & ocy; & scy; & tcy; & acy; vcy; & lcy; yacy; & iecy; & tcy; & ocy; & kcy; & ocy; & lcy; & ocy; 35-40 & dcy; & ncy; & iecy; & jcy; & period;
4 & period; & Ocy; ? & lcy; & acy; & tcy; & acy; ? cy;? & ocy; & bcy; & rcy; & acy; & zcy; & iecy; & tscy; & period;
& Ocy; & tcy; & vcy; & iecy; & tcy; & colon; & Mcy; & ycy; & bcy; & ucy; & dcy; & iecy; & mcy; & zcy; & acy; & rcy; & yacy; & dcy; & kcy; & icy; ? & lcy; & acy; & tcy; & acy; ? cy;? & ocy; & bcy; & rcy; & acy; & zcy; & iecy; & tscy; & comma; & iecy; & scy; & lcy; & icy; & vcy; & ycy; & rcy; & iecy; & shcy; & icy; & lcy; & icy; & scy; & tcy; & rcy; & ocy; & icy; & tcy; & softcy; & ocy; & tcy; & ncy; & ocy; & shcy; & iecy; & ncy; & icy; & yacy; & scy; & ocy; & tcy; & rcy; & ucy; & dcy; & ncy; & icy; & chcy; & iecy; & scy; & tcy; & vcy; & acy; & scy; & ncy; & acy; & mcy; & icy; & icy; & rcy; & acy; & zcy; & mcy; & iecy; & scy; & tcy; & icy; & tcy; & softcy; & zcy; & acy; & kcy; & acy; & zcy; & ncy; & acy; & comma; [zcy] [acy] [tcy] [iecy] ” & ocy; & bcy; & rcy; & acy; & zcy; & iecy; & tscy; & zcy; & acy; & rcy; & yacy; & dcy; & acy; & bcy; & ucy; & dcy; & iecy; & tcy; & Vcy; & ocy; & zcy; & vcy; & rcy; & acy; & shchcy; & iecy; & ncy; & period;
5 & period; & CHcy; & tcy; & ocy; & tcy; & acy; & kcy; & ocy; & iecy; & scy; & rcy; & ocy; & kcy; & ocy; & pcy; & lcy; & acy; & tcy; & ycy; & quest;
& Ocy; & tcy; & vcy; & iecy; & tcy; & colon; T & sol; T & icy; & lcy; & icy; L & sol; C & dcy; & ocy; & scy; & tcy; & ucy; & pcy; & ncy; & ycy;
T & sol; & tcy; & comma; 30 & percnt; & comma; 70 & percnt; & bcy; & acy; & lcy; & acy; & ncy; & scy; & acy; & dcy; & ocy; & dcy; & ocy; & scy; & tcy; & acy; & vcy; & kcy; & icy; & period;
L & sol; C & pcy; & rcy; & icy; & iecy; & mcy; & lcy; & iecy; & mcy; & ycy; & mcy; & comma; & ncy; & ocy; vcy; & zcy; & icy; & mcy; & acy; & yucy; & tcy; & dcy; & ocy; & pcy; & ocy; & lcy; & ncy; & icy; & tcy; & iecy; & lcy; & softcy; & ncy; & ucy; & yucy; & pcy; & lcy; & acy; & tcy; & ucy; 1 & percnt; & ocy; & tcy; & scy; & ucy; & mcy; & mcy; & ycy; & kcy; & ocy; & ncy; & tcy; & rcy; & acy; & kcy; & tcy; & acy; & period;

& Mcy; & ycy; & icy; & scy; & kcy; & rcy; & iecy; & ncy; & ncy; & iecy; & pcy; & rcy; & icy; & vcy; & iecy; & tcy; & scy; & tcy; & vcy; & iecy; & mcy; & kcy; & lcy; & icy; & iecy; & ncy; & tcy; & ocy; & vcy; & pcy; & ocy; & scy; & iecy; & tcy; & icy; & tcy; & softcy; & ncy; & acy; & shcy; & zcy; & acy; & vcy; & ocy; & dcy; & icy; astablish & dcy; & ocy; & lcy; & gcy; & ocy; & scy; & rcy; & ocy; & chcy; & ncy; & ycy; & khcy; & pcy; & acy; & rcy; & tcy; & ncy; & iecy; & rcy; & scy; & kcy; & icy; & khcy; & ocy; & tcy; & ncy; & ocy; & shcy; & iecy; & ncy; & icy; & jcy; & scy; & Scy; & SHcy; & Acy; & period; & IEcy; & scy; & lcy; & icy; & vcy; & ycy; & zcy; & acy; & icy; & ncy; & tcy; & iecy; & rcy; & iecy; & scy; & ocy; vcy; & acy; & ncy; & ycy; & vcy; & lcy; & yucy; & bcy; & ocy; & jcy; & icy; & zcy; & ncy; & acy; & shcy; & icy; & khcy; & pcy; & rcy; & ocy; & dcy; & ucy; & kcy; & tcy; & ocy; & vcy; & comma; & scy; & vcy; & yacy; & zhcy; & icy; & tcy; & iecy; & scy; & softcy; & scy; & ncy; & acy; & mcy; & icy; & Pcy; & Fcy; & Rcy; & dcy; & ocy; & pcy; & ocy; & lcy; & ncy; & icy; & tcy; & iecy; & lcy; & softcy; & ncy; & ucy; & yucy; & icy; & ncy; & fcy; & ocy; & rcy; & mcy; & acy; & tscy; & icy; & yucy; & vcy; & lcy; & yucy; & bcy; & ocy; & iecy; & vcy; & rcy; & iecy; & mcy; & yacy; st & period;


FLYONE is only allowed to carry cats and dogs and only with prior authorization from the company.Transportation is carried out only in special containers and in the cabin of the aircraft. The carriage of animals in the hold is prohibited.

FLYONE does not transport animals to / from countries such as the UK, Ireland and Portugal.

The passenger must inform the company agent of his intention to transport the pet at the time of ticket purchase. There is an additional charge of EUR 50 for transporting animals. Thus, the weight of the animal, the weight of the container and food for it are not included in the free baggage allowance.

The total weight of a container approved for transportation must not exceed 8 kg, and the total size must be 115 cm (50 x 40 x 25).

To get permission to board the aircraft, the passenger must sign a special declaration, which states that he takes full responsibility for the transport of pets. Carrying more than one pet per passenger is not permitted.

The Airline will not be held liable in case of injury, loss, illness or death of an animal during the flight, as well as in case of refusal to register it at the destination or in the transit area to the destination.

To transport pets, the passenger will need to provide the following documents:

  • Pet passport
  • Animal health special certificate
  • Certificate of vaccination
  • Export / Import / Transit Authorization
  • Electronic identification (transponder) or distinct tattoo
Passengers traveling with pets to EU countries from outside the EU must comply with the requirements for the carriage of pets set out in Regulation (EC) No 998/2003, which contains the following:
  • Identification: an animal crossing the EU border must be identified by an implanted microchip (bearer of a unique digital code) and must be accompanied by a health certificate from an official veterinarian appointed by the competent authorities of the state (or an EU passport, in case of re-entry into the EU area) …The document must indicate the period of validity of vaccination (or re-vaccination) against rabies and the compliance of the animal with all sanitary standards of the Regulation.
  • Rabies Vaccine: The animal must be vaccinated against rabies with the inactivated vaccine and must undergo a subsequent blood test. The procedure is performed to titrate protective antibodies to test the effectiveness of the rabies vaccination. The test can be taken no later than 30 days after vaccination and three months before the flight in an EU approved laboratory.
Note: The period of three months does not apply in the case of re-entry of the animal into the EU, whose passport confirms the titration procedure with a positive result before the animal leaves the EU.
  • Animals under 7 (seven) months of age that have not been vaccinated against rabies and have not received a serological test are not allowed for carriage
For the carriage of pets, the passenger must comply with the following conditions:


  • must be clean, healthy, harmless
  • must not be pregnant
  • should not interfere with other passengers
  • must be checked in at least 24 hours before the flight, indicating the special PETC code, weight and dimensions of the container
  • Must be in an adequate container, must be able to sit on its legs naturally, turn, lay down (except the guide pets)
  • must be in a decent container in which it can stand, turn and lie down (excluding service animals
  • must not be placed on the seat
  • weight, including the animal, must not exceed 8 kg
  • total size must not exceed 115 cm (25 x 40 x 50)
  • must belong to a passenger (be purchased by a passenger)
  • must be well ventilated, made of durable material, with no leaky bottom and which cannot be easily destroyed by animals (exception: cardboard boxes for cats)
  • when buying a container, the passenger must take into account the size of the animal, in accordance with the following recommendations
Guide animal is a utility dog ​​that accompanies a disabled passenger, in particular the visually impaired.Passengers traveling with a guide dog must inform the company about this at the time of booking a ticket.

The passenger does not pay for guide animals (dogs). However, the animal must meet certain requirements:

  • Weight and size may be limited depending on the type of aircraft
  • The passenger must provide a certificate that confirms the status of “Guide Animal”
  • It is forbidden to move him on the plane
  • It should not occupy the seat
  • It should not be in the container
  • Must be provided with a muzzle and leash
In case you are planning to transport a pet, we recommend that you consult the veterinary service of Chisinau Airport before the flight: +373 22 52-54-89

Route from the village of Starye Chemotany to the village of Yenino distance

K Mogilev region, Belarus
Start of the route
Less than 1 minute – 0 km
Less than 1 minute 0 km
55 minutes – 58.6 km
Barsuki village, Vitebsk region, Belarus 55 minutes 58.6 km
1 minute – 0.9 km
Vysokoe village, Vitebsk region, Belarus 57 minutes 59.5 km
22 minutes – 36.1 km
Kurgan village, Krasninsky district, Smolensk region, Russia 1 hours, 19 minutes 95.6 km
2 hours, 20 minutes – 160 km
Mishenino village, Safonovsky district, Smolensk region, Russia 3 hours, 40 minutes 255.6 km
1 hour, 46 minutes – 121.6 km
DRP village, Gagarinsky district, Smolensk region, Russia 5 hours, 27 minutes 377.2 km
17 minutes – 20.4 km
Nekrasovo village, Mozhaisky district, Moscow region, Russia 5 hours, 44 minutes 397.6 km
40 minutes – 45.9 km
Luch Garden Partnership, Mozhaisky District, Moscow Region, Russia 6 hours, 25 minutes 443.5 km
14 minutes – 15.4 km
Pionersky village, Naro-Fominsk district, Moscow region, Russia 6 hours, 39 minutes 458.9 km
2 minutes – 1.9 km
Vereya, Naro-Fominsk district, Moscow region, Russia 6 hours, 42 minutes 460.8 km
4 minutes – 2.8 km
Garden Partnership Ershovka, Naro-Fominsk District, Moscow Region, Russia 6 hours, 46 minutes 463.6 km
11 minutes – 12.9 km
Satino village, Borovsky district, Kaluga region, Russia 6 hours, 58 minutes 476.5 km
27 minutes – 24.7 km
Lapshinka village, Borovsky district, Kaluga region, Russia 7 hours, 26 minutes 501.2 km
6 minutes – 4.2 km
Balabanovo, Borovsky District, Kaluga Region, Russia 7 hours, 32 minutes 505.3 km
4 minutes – 1.9 km
Fateevo village, Zhukovsky district, Kaluga region, Russia 7 hours, 36 minutes 507.2 km
51 minutes – 52.9 km
gardening partnership Lyublinsky Sadovod, Serpukhovsky district, Moscow region, Russia 8 hours, 28 minutes 560.1 km
2 minutes – 2.4 km
Vasilievskoe village, Serpukhovsky district, Moscow region, Russia 8 hours, 31 minutes 562.5 km
Less than 1 minute – 0.3 km
Serpukhov, Urban District Serpukhov, Moscow Region, Russia 8 hours, 31 minutes 562.8 km
11 minutes – 11.5 km
small town Karpova Polyana, Serpukhovsky district, Moscow region, Russia 8 hours, 43 minutes 574.3 km
5 minutes – 4.3 km
Danki town, Serpukhovsky district, Moscow region, Russia 8 hours, 48 ​​minutes 578.6 km
16 minutes – 14.2 km
Zibrovo village, Serpukhovsky district, Moscow region, Russia 9 hours, 4 minutes 592.8 km
16 minutes – 7.9 km
Igumnovo village, Serpukhov district, Moscow region, Russia 9 hours, 21 minutes 600.8 km

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Suitcases from “Dorami” – maneuverable hand luggage for travel

For travel by plane and short trips, it is best to buy a suitcase for carry-on luggage. These are roomy, reliable models that meet the parameters allowed by airlines (no more than 55x40x20cm).Such dimensions provide the passenger with the ability to get everything they need on the plane without compromising the comfort of others. Small suitcases on wheels can be in fabric, but most often their body is made of plastic. At first glance, compact parameters allow you to take everything you need with you.

Characteristics of hand luggage

For a person who travels frequently, it will not be difficult to buy a small suitcase. But a beginner in this matter will have a difficult time.The wide variety of models makes it difficult to choose. Another factor that influences the buyer is price. Agree, I would like to buy a suitcase for hand luggage on the plane, which will last more than one trip, but without paying a fortune. We suggest paying attention to the most significant criteria:

  • building. The most reliable and durable material on the market is plastic. It is resistant to mechanical damage, withstands shocks and falls, but, most importantly, keeps fragile products intact and safe.Plastic is presented in different colors and does not require special care;
  • wheels. They can be plastic, rubber and rubber. The latter are considered the most reliable and durable. It is important that the wheels are on high-quality bearings;
  • interior design. To increase comfort and ease of use, both inexpensive and elite models are provided with belts and fixing elastic bands, zippered pockets;
  • handle. This is a must-have attribute of any suitcase.It should slide out easily and fold quickly. It is preferable to choose models with a metal handle. They are more reliable, but can weigh a little more than stainless or plastic counterparts.

The final selection criterion is the price. In most cases, it directly depends on the quality of the product. But on our site you can find models that refute this rule. Mostly these are cheap suitcases from past collections. They are characterized by premium quality and budget prices.

“Dorami” – a reliable assistant in the world of suitcases

You can buy a suitcase – hand luggage in Ukraine in a few clicks. There are several hundred models on our site. If necessary, you can order one suitcase or prefer a set in the same style and color. In addition to a wide variety of models, we offer:

  1. Discounts and promotions (-10% when buying from 3 units).
  2. Order processing and dispatch on the day of application.
  3. Quality assurance for each model.

Contact our consultant to order the model you like or find out answers to other questions of interest.

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