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    Aeronaut on Iberia airlines

    I searched and saw where an Aeronaut was able to pass the carryon size restrictio for Iberia a number of years ago. My family and I are flying Iberia this spring and when I checked their carryon size restrictions, it appeared that the Aeronaut is oversized. Has anyone recenlty been able to carryon an Aeronaut on an Iberia flight?

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    I flew Iberia from San Jose, Costa Rica to Madrid and on to London this June with an Aeronaut and a Brain Bag. No problem, but I did fly business class.

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    Just don't pack it to the gills and it will be fine. Remember, the bag is not hardsided. It's a soft bag that is somewhat pliable and will be fine as long as you don't overpack it.

    The airlines are mostly concerned with wheeled bags.
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    tdivcr and Frank II, thanks to both of you for the quick replies, which were what I was hoping to hear. I will report back after the trip in June.


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