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Old April 4th, 2010, 12:06 PM   #31
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Collapsed and with the trolly removed the TCCT is 22"x13"x8" which certainly meets most airlines regulations. The normal maximum allowed carry on size limit is 22"x18"x10" . I just checked this on the BA and AA web sites, Continental and United are 22"x14"x9". Some airlines have an additional limit where H+L+W must not exceeding 44" which the TCCT just meets at 43". It is a little bit of a squeeze to get it in to a bag size checker as it tends to need to be squashed length wise as the expanding end piece needs to be squashed flat, but it does fit.
Almost all the U.S. domestic airlines specify 22 x 14 x 9, or 45 inches linear, with a few exceptions. According to the Kata specs, 22 x 13 x 8 are the internal dimensions of the main compartment. Does the outside dimension shown include the trolley? So you're saying it can be squashed down to basically allow shoehorning into the 22 x 14 x 9 box?

The link below lists most U.S. airlines. The info shown is not always correct, but it includes a convenient link to the carry on baggage policy for each airline, which does have the current carry on size and weight limits.

Airplane Carry On Rules by Luggage Online
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Old April 4th, 2010, 02:19 PM   #32
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I've just measured mine, with a PMW-350 inside, but VF removed so basically in its collapsed state the external dimensions are 22" (and a tiny bit) x 14" x 9", so it is regulation size with the trolley removed. I have had it in a British Airways size checker, it was a tight fit but it went in.
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Old April 4th, 2010, 02:48 PM   #33
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That's good enough for me. I'm ordering it now.
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