Getting the checked luggage in the right size

I’m going from London to New York and was in need for a good and reliable suitcase with a hard shell but was unsure about the max dimensions and weight allowance for my flight (in this case it’s Norwegian Air so I hope the experience in their new Dreamliner will be great!). Turns out, there is no set standard but instead they are grouped based on the general price and service level, with Virgin Atlantic and British Airways being more generous than rival airlines.

AerLingus
Icelandair
KLM
American Airlines
AirFrance
British Airways
Virgin Atlantic
Weight (Kg)                                   23                                   23
Length                                   90
Width                                   75
Height                                   43
Total dimensions
L+W+H (cm)
                                158                                 208
Total dimensions
L+W+H (inches)
                                  62                                   81

In my search for the right bag I decided to stick to 158 cm/62″ max circumference limit as I do not want to limit myself to only few airlines nor I wish to pay the oversize luggage fee. And so I have found this bag by Firetrap, which is sold in Piccadilly Circus in Lilly Whites / Sports Direct mega store for £45 which is a reasonable price for a 29″ size.

I will get chance to test it in action early in October so if it fails, I will make a post about it.

Renars

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The Strangest Secret

Success

This is something I came across a while ago and found very profound and inspirational. It is The Strangest Secret audio program by Earl Nightingale. At some point, parallels are drawn and quotes given from the Bible but his story would appeal to all believers and non believers. It will take you roughly 30 minutes to go through.

Renars

Video. You have a video version below.

Transcribed. Further below you have the transcribed version. Reading it yourself will allow you to go through the ideas at your own pace and read it aloud in your own voice. Personally, I have sent a copy of this to my Kindle for offline reading.

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