British tourists urged to avoid ‘frustrating’ hand luggage mistake – 'be safe'

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If that happens, it can be easier to locate the luggage at the end of the flight if it is very recognisable.

A coloured ribbon or jazzy luggage tag can help to make a plain coloured bag easier to spot at the end of a flight.

The team said: “Carry-on luggage regulations are usually similar across airlines, however, it’s important to check how much luggage you can take on your flight or if you’re only allowed to bring a carry-on onboard.

“Always check for additional costs with the airline you’re travelling with, such as check-in fees, document requirements and luggage limits with regard to weight and size.”

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