Luggage That Is 62 Linear Inches?

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62 linear inches refer to the summation of the length, width and depth of an object being 62 inches. The terminology has its roots from airports as they tend to give guidelines on the nature of the luggage permissible for carrying on board a plane. Luggage more than 62 linear inches are not allowed on most planes.
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62 inches (or linear inches) = 157.48 centimetres. Without converting to centimetres (which was not the question) the definition surely would be the path. distance. between two points
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62 inches! Linear means "in a line", linear inches is another way of saying inches there is no
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I only know this in terms of luggage on airlines. It means say your carryon is 23 x 13 x 9 inches, that would be a total of 45 linear inches. Most airlines allow up to 50 linear inches
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LINE-ar means along a line. It's just 62" measured from one point to another.
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