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New Weight Limits International Flights {2023}

Checked Baggage

Guidelines for Number, Weight and Size of Checked Bags

The airline industry’s bag restrictions are getting stricter. In fact, some airlines are now requiring checked bags weighing less than 10 pounds.

For example, you cannot carry more than one piece of luggage larger than 22 inches x 14 inches x 9 inches. You must also limit the total number of pieces of checked baggage to three per person.

In addition, you cannot pack liquids in your carry-on bags. If you do try to bring liquid into the cabin, you must put it in a clear plastic bag.

Checked bag policy

Changes to bag limits have been updated as of Apr. 26, 2022. In addition to standard carry-on baggage allowances, passengers flying internationally must now bring one additional piece of luggage weighing no more than 50 pounds (22 kg). This applies to both economy and premium cabin travelers.

All bag fees are non- refundable and apply per person at each check-in, regardless of whether you purchased or received complimentary checked bags.

What it will cost

Complimentary baggage allowances vary depending on the airline, flight type, class of travel, fare rules and booking method.

For example, you might receive one bag free on domestic flights booked on AA.com, while international travelers buying tickets directly from the carrier could receive three bags for free. You’ll want to make sure you’re eligible for any perks offered by the airline before purchasing tickets.

If you don’t qualify for complimentary baggage because of your frequent flyer status, you still likely won’t have to pay extra fees for checked bags. However, you may have to pay additional fees for carry-on bags. Some airlines charge $25 per bag for carry-ons, while others charge less. Check out our guide to what it costs to fly with different types of luggage.

Carry-On Bags Size and Weight Limits and Allowances

Weight Limits International Flights
Weight Limits International Flights

The number one question I receive about carry-on baggage sizes and weights is “What is the maximum allowable size and weight?”

There are many factors involved in determining the exact dimensions of a carry-on bag, including the type of aircraft used, whether the flight is domestic or international, and how much space is left in overhead bins.

However, there are certain guidelines that most carriers follow.

Most carry-on bags sold today measure 22″ × 14″ × 9″, although some models are slightly larger or smaller. Some airlines allow bags up to 30″ x 20″ x 12″.

As a general rule, U. S. airlines permit luggage that is 115 cm long, 70 cm wide, and 55 cm deep. This measurement includes handles and wheeled compartments.

Flights on small planes and some international flights may be stricter with economy class carry-ons; some carriers will only accommodate smaller and lightweight bags.

Major Airlines’ Carry-on Luggage Size and Weight Limits

  • Aer LingusInches: 21.5 x 15.5 x 9.5Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 24Weight: 22 pounds
  • AeromexicoInches: 21.5 x 15.7 x 10Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 24Weight: 22 pounds in Economy.Premier cabin weight: 40 pounds maximum
  • Air CanadaInches: 21.5 x 15.5 x 9Centimeters: 55 X 40 x 23Weight: 22 pounds
  • Air FranceInches: 21.7 x 13.8 x 9.9Centimeters: 55 x 35 x 25Weight: 26 pounds (includes carry-on and additional in-cabin item)
  • Air Tahiti NuiInches: 45Centimeters: 115Weight: 22 pounds
  • Alaska/Virgin AmericaInches: 22 x 14 x 9Centimeters: 56 x 35 x 22Weight: not posted
  • AlitaliaCentimeters: 55 x 35 x 25Weight: 17.6 pounds
  • American AirlinesInches: 22 x 14 x 9Centimeters: 56 x 36 x 23Weight: 40 lbs
  • ANA AirlinesInches: 22 x 16 x 10Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 25Weight: 22 pounds
  • British AirwaysInches: 22 x 16 x 10Centimeters: 56 x 45 x 25Weight: 51 pounds
  • Caribbean AirlinesInches: 45Weight: 22 pounds
  • Cathay PacificInches: 22 x 14 x 9Centimeters: 56 x 36 x 23Weight: 15 lbs
  • DeltaInches: 22 x 14 x 9Centimeters: 56 x 36 x 23No weight limit (except at certain Asian airports)
  • EasyJetInches: 22 x 16 x 10Centimeters: 56 x 45 x 25No weight restriction
  • El AlInches: 22 x 18 x 10Centimeters: 56 x 45 x 25Weight: 17 pounds
  • EmiratesInches: 22 x 15 x 8Centimeters: 55 x 38 x 20Weight: 15 pounds
  • FinnairInches: 22 x 18 x 10Centimeters: 56 x 45 x 25Weight: 17.5 pounds
  • Hawaiian AirlinesInches: 22 x 14 x 9Centimeters: 56 x 36 x 23Weight: 25 pounds
  • IberiaInches: 21.6 x 15.7 x 7.8Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 20Weight: 22 pounds
  • IcelandairInches: 21.6 x 15.7 x 7.8Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 20Weight: 22 pounds
  • Japan AirlinesInches: 22 × 16 × 10Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 25Weight: 22 pounds
  • Jet AirwaysInches: 21.7 x 13.7 x 10Centimeters: 55 x 35 x 25Weight: 15 pounds
  • Jet BlueInches: 22 x 14 x 9Weight: no restriction
  • KLMInches: 21.5 x 13.5 x 10Centimeters: 55 x 35 x 25Weight: 26 pounds (includes carry-on and additional in-cabin item).
  • LATAMInches: 21 x 13 x 9Centimeters: 55 x 35 x 25Weight: 17 pounds
  • LufthansaInches: 22 x 16 x 9Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 23Weight: 17.6 pounds
  • NorwegianInches:Centimeters: 50 x 40 x 23Weight: 33 pounds
  • QantasInches: 45Centimeters: 115Weight: 15 pounds
  • Singapore AirlinesCentimeters: 115Weight: 15 pounds
  • Southwest Airlines Inches: 24 x 16 x 10entimeters (61 x 41 x 28
  • SWISSInches: 22 x 16 x 9Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 23Weight: 17.6 pounds
  • Turkish AirlinesInches: 21.8 x 15.75 x 9Centimeters: 55 x 40 x 23Weight: 17.6 pounds
  • United AirlinesInches: 22 x 14 x 9Centimeters: 56 x 35 x 22Weight: not mentioned.
  • Virgin Atlantic Inches: 22 x 14 x 9Centimeters: 56 x 36 x 23Weight: 22 pounds

United offers a Basic Economy fare, which only permits “one small personal item that fits under the seat in front of you, such as a shoulder bag, purse, laptop bag or other item that is 9 inches x 10 inches x 17 inches.”

The airline will charge $25 to bring a full-size carry-on aboard, which you can pay for at check-in.

Bags brought to the gate incur an additional $25 gate handling charge (total starting at $50).

Source: tripsavvy.com

Tips for Buying Check-in Luggage

If you’re looking for a carry-on bag big enough to fit everything you’ll need for a weeklong trip, you don’t necessarily need to spend thousands of dollars.

A good rule of thumb is to buy a bag that can handle whatever you plan to pack. If you’re traveling light, consider a small suitcase; if you’re packing heavier items, opt for a larger piece of baggage.

Checking luggage isn’t just about packing light.

You want it to hold up well during travel, too. If you don’t know what type of baggage to choose, here are some tips to help you make the best choice.

Durability

When choosing a bag, durability is one of the most important factors.

A hard case might seem like a good idea, but it won’t protect against damage from rough handling. Look for soft sided cases that offer protection without adding extra bulk. Also look for handles that are easy to grip and pull open.

Weight

If you plan to check your bag, you want something light enough to fit under the seat in front of you.

Choose a bag that weighs less than 15 pounds and avoid anything heavier than 20 pounds. If you’re traveling internationally, keep in mind that international airlines often charge fees for overweight bags.

Size

A large suitcase is great for storing clothes, but it’s not ideal for checking because it takes up lots of space.

If you’re planning to carry a laptop computer, consider buying a backpack instead. Backpacks come in many sizes, including small, medium, and large. Smaller backpacks usually weigh less than 10 pounds and larger ones weigh around 14 pounds.

Versatility

A good piece of luggage should fit into many different types of travel situations. For example, a backpack is great for day trips, while a rolling duffel works well for longer journeys. A briefcase is perfect for meetings and conferences, and a large suitcase fits perfectly for extended stays. Look for versatility in your luggage options.

Baggage Dimensions for Economy

For economy class passengers flying domestically within Canada, you are allowed to carry one piece of checked baggage weighing up to 23kg (50lbs.) and another piece of hand luggage weighing no more than 10 kg (22 lbs.). If you want to check a second piece of hand luggage, it needs to weigh no more than 5 kg (11 lbs.), according to Air Canada. However, there are some exceptions. You can bring a third item if it weighs less than 3 kg (6 lbs.) and fits under the seat in front of you. And if you’re traveling internationally, you can take two pieces of hand luggage weighing up to 15 kg (33 lbs.) each.

Excess Baggage Fees

New Weight Limits International Flights
New Weight Limits International Flights

The United States Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that excess baggage fees will apply to passengers traveling domestically and internationally starting April 10. The announcement came less than three weeks after the TSA implemented a $3 per bag fee on international flights departing from the US.

The agency says it will continue to assess the impact of the change and make adjustments accordingly. However, the agency indicates that the new policy will affect travelers because it will increase the cost of travel.

According to the TSA, the new policy will apply to domestic flights within the US and to international flights departing from the United States. Passengers will pay the difference between the declared value of luggage and what the airline charges for excess baggage.

If there are multiple bags exceeding the weight or size limits, the passenger must pay the total amount for each additional item. For example, if a traveler checks four bags weighing over 50 pounds each, he or she must pay $25 plus taxes and fees for each bag.

In addition to the increased fees, the TSA notes that the new policy does not permit passengers to check in oversized carry-on bags. This means that passengers cannot bring large personal electronics such as laptops, tablets, cameras and video game consoles into the cabin.

The agency also states that airlines are responsible for ensuring that passengers comply with the rules regarding the maximum dimensions allowed for carry-ons and checked baggage.

Prepaying Excess Baggage Fees

To save time at the airport you can pay excess baggage charges for one bag during the bookings process, but only for certain types of flight. Here are some examples:

– International flights with a ticket number beginning with 205

– Flights that do not include US or Canadian airports

– Tickets that don’t include code sharing or flights operated by another airline.

The rules apply to domestic flights too, but there are no restrictions for domestic flights.

However, prepaying for excess baggage fees isn’t always possible.

For example, it won’t work for tickets purchased online because they often include special offers like “free checked bags.” If you’re traveling internationally, you’ll want to check out our guide about how to prepay baggage fees.

Maximum Baggage Length by Aircraft Type

Aircraft Types Maximum Baggage Length

  1. 789 (Boeing 787-9) 98 inches (250 cm)
  2. 788 (Boeing 787-8) 98 inches (250 cm)
  3. 320 (Airbus A320) 102 inches (260 cm)
  4. DH8 (Bombardier DHC8-Q400) 70 inches (180 cm)
  5. CR7 (Bombardier CRJ700) 98 inches (250 cm)*
  6. DH2 (Bombardier DHC8-Q200) 63 inches (160 cm)

* Height cannot exceed 25.5 inches (65 cm); width can’t exceed 41.3 inches (105 cm) or less.

Source: ana.co.jp

Fragile Items

Certain types of fragile items that must be checked in.These include, but are not limited to:

  • Ceramic and glass products
  • Clocks, watches, cameras, and other electronic devices
  • Computers
  • Personal articles like jewelry, cosmetics, perfumes, and fine art
  • Alcoholic beverages

Electronic Devices

Checked bags are limited to one personal computer per passenger, including laptops, tablets, eReaders, gaming consoles, smart watches, portable DVD players, camcorders, digital video recorders, mobile phones, music players, GPS units, and satellite radios.

Checked bags cannot include any type of firearm, ammunition, explosives, incendiary materials, fireworks, laser pointers, or similar items.

Musical Instruments

Musical instruments, including pianos, cello, violin, guitar, drums, wind instruments, etc., as checked luggage. However, each case must weigh no more than 5 kg (11 lb.). For information about how to check in musical instruments, please refer to “Checking In Luggage.”

Bicycles & Other Sporting Equipment

The following sporting equipment will be checked in free if the quantity and weight fall within a free baggage allowance of your boarding class:

  • – Bicycles – up to 20kg per passenger
  • – Surfing boards – up to 10kg per passenger
  • – Golf bags – up to 7kg per passenger
  • – Fishing equipment – up to 5kg per passenger
  • – Diving equipment – up to 3kg per passenger

Total outside dimensions (length + width + height)

Total outside dimensions (length + width + height)

A + B + C ≤ 203cm

Including wheels and handle(s)

Source: jal.co.jp

Excess liability charge

Carriers’ limits on their liabilities for checked bags are limited by law. When passengers pay an extra fee to increase the maximum allowable claim from $500 to $5,000, they’re effectively increasing the carrier’s exposure to potential claims.

Source: jal.co.jp

Surfboards and windsurfing equipment charge

Passengers checking a surfboard, windsurfing board, paddle board, kayak, canoe, raft, inflatable boat or similar item will be charged $25 per piece of luggage.

This fee applies to bags weighing up to 50 pounds. In addition, carry-on bags measuring less than 18 inches wide by 30 inches tall by 12 inches deep will be subject to a $100 fine.

Baggage Fee Exceptions

Many airlines waive checked bag fees, including American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways Corp., Southwest Airlines Co., United Continental Holdings Inc. and US Airways Group Inc.

These exceptions apply to travelers who meet certain criteria, such as being members of the armed forces, traveling on military or government travel orders or having elite status with the carrier.

Checked bags weighing less than 50 pounds don’t count toward the total number of allowed bags per passenger.

If you’re carrying more than one piece of luggage, you’ll pay a fee based on how much each bag weighs.

Fees vary depending on the type of ticket purchased, but most carriers charge $25-$100 for every additional bag.

In addition to checked bags, some carriers allow passengers to carry up to three pieces of hand luggage.

Choosing the Right Size Checked Bags

Checking baggage is one of the easiest ways to pack efficiently. But there are some things to keep in mind when choosing the right sized checked bags.

The most common checked bags are smaller than standard carry-on bags, measuring about 22 inches by 14 inches. A small checked bag is perfect for short trips, weekend getaways and day trips.

If you plan to travel with a laptop, tablet or smartphone, consider checking a laptop bag or rolling backpack. Larger items like a TV set or entertainment system might require a box or crate.

A medium-sized checked bag is ideal for long trips and vacations. This size allows you to bring along everything you need without having to worry about overpacking.

To avoid paying extra fees, don’t use too many pieces of checked luggage. If you plan on bringing a lot of clothes, shoes or accessories, consider splitting up the load into several bags.

Larger checked bags include trunks and large duffle bags. These are great for traveling with a family or group of friends.

* For exact measurements on a particular item, please refer to the product description page.

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How To Pack A Diaper Bag Dad {2023}

Dad’s Ultimate Guide on How to Pack a Diaper Bag

If you’re like many parents out there, you know how important it is to pack a diaper bag before heading out the door. But what about when you’re just starting to become a parent? Where do you start? What items do you absolutely need? And what else might you want to add? Read on to find out everything you need to know about packing a diaper bag.

Packing the Essentials

When packing up baby stuff, it’s important to pack the essentials first. You don’t want to end up forgetting something vital like diapers or formula. Here are some tips to help make sure you don’t forget anything.

  1. Make a checklist. Write down everything you think you might need – crib sheets, blankets, bottles, pacifiers, etc. If you need to buy something, write it down too. This way you won’t forget anything and you’ll know what you still need to pick up.
  2. Don’t overpack. Keep it simple. When you go into your closet, take out one item at a time and put it away. Then move onto another item. Repeat this process until you’re done putting things away.
  3. Use plastic bags. Plastic bags are great because they keep your clothes organized while keeping dirt out. They also come in handy for storing toys and other items.
  4. Label boxes. Boxes aren’t just useful for storage; they’re also helpful for organizing. Use labels to identify each box and label them accordingly. For example, use the following labels: diaper bag, car seat, stroller, etc.
  5. Store extra supplies in a separate spot. Put extra batteries, diapers, wipes, and other items in a basket or drawer where you can easily access them.
  6. Use reusable bags. Reusable bags are great for holding all those essential items. Just remember to wash them often.

The Non-Essentials

If you’re like most parents, you probably don’t want to carry around everything you could possibly need for every possible situation. So what exactly do you put into your diaper bag? Here are the essentials you’ll need to take along wherever you go…

  1. Sanitizer
  2. Diaper Rash Cream
  3. Bibs
  4. Change of Clothes
  5. Changing Mat
  6. Dirty Bag

What Should A Dad’s Diaper Bag Look Like?

We’ve all had those moments where we’re walking down the street and some random person says “Oh my gosh, look at that guy’s diaper bag!” and we just roll our eyes because we know exactly what they mean.

We’ve probably even thought about getting one ourselves, but we always end up feeling guilty because we know how impractical and expensive they are.

So why does everyone seem to love having such a gigantic, obnoxious bag anyway?

Well, there is actually a reason behind the popularity of these types of bags.

They’re designed specifically for dads, moms, grandparents, nannies, babysitters, and anyone else who needs to haul around a ton of stuff while out and about with children.

There are plenty of reasons why a dad might need something like this, and here are three of them:

1. Safety & Security

When I’m out with my kids, I always make sure that I keep my phone within reach. But I still feel safer knowing that my wallet, keys, and credit cards are safe inside my pocket, rather than dangling off the side of my body. If I were to lose my phone or wallet, I’d definitely be more concerned about losing everything else. And if I were to drop my bag, I wouldn’t have to worry about my child accidentally pulling out my wallet and taking money.

2. Organization

I know that most people aren’t as organized as me, but I try to pack my bag as efficiently as possible. This helps me avoid wasting space and keeping things together. When I go grocery shopping, I never buy things that won’t fit into my bag. I also bring along extra trash bags, so that I can separate garbage from items I need to take home.

1. Don’t make it too big. This seems obvious, but I’ve seen dads’ diaper bags that weigh over 20 pounds. That’s ridiculous. Most people wouldn’t even consider carrying around a suitcase that heavy. So why would you try to fit a diaper bag inside it? Make sure the bag fits comfortably under the arm, and doesn’t feel like it weighs a ton.

2. Consider size. Even though most brands claim that they have “diaper bag sizes,” you really shouldn’t buy anything bigger than 12 inches wide and 10 inches tall. Anything larger than that won’t work well for either a car seat or stroller. And don’t worry about the extra space; you can always add more items later.

3. Keep it simple.

There’s no reason to go crazy with patterns and designs. Just keep it basic and clean looking.

4. Add a pocket.

One side pocket is usually enough, but if you have older kids, you might want to include another smaller zipped pocket.

5. Include a changing pad.

This is actually optional, but if you plan on taking your baby out frequently, having a changing pad included is helpful.

6. Consider color.

Some parents prefer neutral colors, but others love bright colors. Whatever you choose, make sure it matches whatever outfit you’re wearing.

Dad’s Daily Diaper Bag Essentials

There are a ton of different items that you’ll want to pack into your diaper bag, including wipes, diapers, formula, snacks, clothes, toys, etc.

However, what you really need to focus on is organization. Because no matter how well you think you’re prepared, you never know what might happen.

So, here are some tips to help you organize your diaper bag and ensure that you always have everything you need within reach.

1.Baby Diapers

The most important thing you need to pack for your next vacation is definitely not sunscreen or a swimsuit — it’s diapers.

You know what else is super important? A diaper bag. But while there are actually several different types of bags designed specifically for babies, moms, and kids, one of the most popular options is still a regular old purse.

And while it seems like a great idea, there are some things you should consider before heading off on vacation with a diaper bag strapped across your chest.

2.Baby Wipes

When we think of wipes, we usually imagine something disposable used for wiping up messes. But there’s a lot more to baby wipes than what most people realize.

While they’re certainly handy for cleaning up spills, they’re also great for keeping babies clean during diaper changes, washing hands, and cleaning up face and body.

They’re also very convenient for traveling since they don’t take up much room compared to bottles and formula cans. And, because they come in such large quantities, they make for easy storage.

Plus, they’re often less expensive than buying individual packets of wipes.

3.Baby Sustenance

If you’re planning to take your baby camping, it’s important to know what kinds of foods you should bring along.

While babies don’t necessarily need much, there are certain things they do want.

Here are some tips for packing up a healthy meal for your little one.

4.Baby Toys and Teething Rings

Baby Toys and Teething Rings

Depending on the age of your child, you’ll want to make sure to pack at least one or two age-appropriate toys. It’s wise to pack smaller items, like:

  • A baby rattle
  • A teething ring
  • A stuffed bear
  • A soft pop-up book
  • A texture toy
  • A small puzzle

Your baby doesn’t need much to keep them entertained while out and about, so try not to go overboard.

Remember, the key is to travel prepared, but travel light. Dragging around a bunch of items that aren’t truly necessary can quickly become tedious.

Source: jujube.com

5.Baby Pacifiers

Provided your child is using a pacifier, of course. If so, it’s always a good idea to pack a few because they tend to get lost easily, especially if your little one has a habit of taking it from their mouth and throwing it somewhere.

Always pack at minimum three and try to make sure at least one of them is attached to something.

You can attach it to your child’s clothing or to the diaper bag itself.

Source: jujube.com

6.Spare Clothes

Children are hard to keep clean. They spill things, eat everything off the floor, and generally make a mess.

But there are ways to minimize damage. Pack some extra clothing for your baby or toddler.

Bring along a change of clothes for every occasion. And always carry a few spare outfits, including underwear, socks, and shirts.

You never know when something might go wrong.

7.Bags for Soiled Diapers

You might not think about it, but there are bags designed just for dirty diapers. These are called diaper pail liners.

They’re used to keep the diaper clean while you go about your day. There are many different types of liners out there, including plastic ones, paper ones, and even cloth ones.

But regardless of what type you use, make sure you store them properly.

8.A Changing Pad

Changing pads come in many shapes and sizes. From small ones that fit into a purse to large ones that attach to the side of a stroller.

There are even some that fold up and zip together like a suitcase. If you’re looking for something smaller, there are plenty of options too.

You can find baby wipes, washcloths, and tissue packs that work just as well.

And don’t forget about those portable changing tables. These are great because they make it easier to use while traveling.

9.Burp Cloths and Bibs

If you’re looking for a way to make sure your baby doesn’t spit up on his clothes, look no further than a bib or receiving blanket.

Both products are designed to catch saliva and food particles and prevent them from getting onto your baby’s clothes.

A recent study found that babies who wear a bib spend less time crying and fussing because they don’t feel wetness on their clothes.

A receiving blanket works similarly, although it does come with some added benefits. For example, it protects your baby from sudden temperature changes and helps him sleep better.

Plus, it makes cleanup easier, since there’s no need to wash a receiving blanket separately.

Bibs

While bibs aren’t required, they are nice to add to your baby registry.

If your baby likes to spit up, having a set of bibs ready to go will save you from spending money on new outfits every time he gets sick.

And once your baby starts eating solid foods, a receiving blanket will protect his clothes against spills and stains.

10.Baby Toiletries

When it comes to packing for trips with babies, there are many things to consider.

You’re probably already aware of the basics — like diapers and wipes — but what about those little extras that come in handy every now and again?

Here are six items that we think every dad needs to take along on his next trip with his child.

How To Pack A Diaper Bag High Speed Daddy.

1. Small Bottle Of Lotions And Creams

If you’re traveling with a newborn, chances are you’ll spend quite a bit of time changing diapers. When it comes to keeping your baby clean, nothing beats baby lotion. There are lots of different types of lotions out there, and each one works differently depending on your baby’s skin type. For instance, a light moisturizer will work great for babies with sensitive skin while a thicker lotion will do wonders for chapped lips. If you’re looking for something that keeps your baby smelling nice throughout the day, try baby perfume.

2. Sunscreen

Sunburns aren’t just painful; they can also lead to premature aging. Luckily, most sunscreens don’t contain harmful chemicals.

In fact, many sunscreens actually protect against cancer cells.

But even though they’re safe, most sunscreens won’t provide enough protection for infants under age 2.

So, if you’re planning on taking your infant on a long road trip, make sure to bring along a small amount of sunscreen.

3. Bug Spray

Bug bites are no fun. They itch, cause rashes, and spread germs. Fortunately, there are plenty of natural options that can help prevent insect bites without harming your baby.

Try lavender oil, eucalyptus oil, tea tree oil, rosemary oil, peppermint oil, and lemon essential oil.

4.A Small First Aid Kit

You don’t want to miss anything important when you go camping, hiking, fishing, or even just spending some quality time with family and friends.

We know that keeping the essentials close at hand can make life easier, especially when you’re outdoors.

A small first aid kit is essential for anyone looking to prepare ahead of time.

Items for Dad

Finally, make sure you don’t forget to throw in a few things for you, too.

You don’t have to waste a ton of space on stuff for you, but you should make sure you have:

  • Your wallet or cash
  • Your car keys
  • Your cellphone or mobile device
  • A book to read (if you’re a reader)
  • A notebook and pen (you just never know)
  • Adult pain reliever like ibuprofen or acetaminophen
  • Hand sanitizer and plenty of it

Though this list isn’t comprehensive, if you have these baby diaper bag essentials packed, we guarantee, you’ll be one of the most prepared dads on the block.

Source: jujube.com

FAQs at a Glance

How many diapers do I need in my diaper bag?

Pack one diaper in your diaper bags for every two or three hour you plan to be away. So, for example, if your plans are flexible, pack four diapers. If you’re traveling for longer periods of time, like overnight trips, pack five or six diapers.

The Bottom Line

A diaper bag can make life easier for parents. With everything organized and in place it makes traveling with kids much easier.

A diaper bag can make life easier for parents with babies and toddlers. Organizing things like diapers, wipes, clothes, toys, snacks, and even a change of clothes are easy to do with a good diaper bag.

These days, there are many different options for diaper bags, including ones designed specifically for travel. Here are some tips for choosing a diaper bag that works best for you.

I hope this guide was helpful!

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9 Best Fix My Suitcase in Maryland with Reviews

Fixing suitcase is the most affordable option than buying straight away new suitcase.Getting in touch with the best suitcase repair stores in Maryland .

On my recent trip to Maryland I’ve been caught up with my luggage issue and finding a nearby luggage repair store in Maryland has been a challenge for me.As most of the stores in search were closed or not in service or some even cost more than the cost of that suitcase.

After that trip I couldn’t rest my mind over the issue and thought finding the nearby suitcase repair stores and listing them here so that if somebody need them will get them in handy .

List of Suitcase Repair Store in Maryland.

1.Rockville Shoe Hospital and Luggage Repair.

Address: 609 Hungerford Dr, Rockville, MD 20850

Call: (301) 424-2403

Store Timings:

Sunday Closed
Monday8AM–6PM
Tuesday8AM–6PM
Wednesday8AM–6PM
Thursday8AM–6PM
Friday8AM–6PM
Saturday8AM–3PM
Store Timings of Rockville Shoe Hospital and Luggage Repair.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Official Website

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay
  • Private Lot Parking.
  • Dogs Not Allowed.
  • Bike Parking.

Reviews:

I’ve used this shop several occasions throughout the years for shoe repairs and changes. They are knowledgeable, trustworthy, and always a pleasure to work with. My beloved boots have already been repaired three times, and I’m preparing to do it again!


Kate M.Rockville, MD

2.Bethesda Shoe & Luggage Repair.

Address: 7900 Old Georgetown Rd, Bethesda, MD 20814

Call: (301)6541860

Store Timings:

Sunday Closed
MondayClosed
Tuesday10AM–4PM
Wednesday10AM–4PM
Thursday10AM–4PM
Friday10AM–4PM
Saturday10AM–4PM
Store Timings of Bethesda Shoe & Luggage Repair.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Official Website

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay.
  • Private Lot Parking.
  • Bike Parking.
  • Shoe Shine.
  • Women’s Shoe Repair.
  • Men’s Shoe Repair.
  • Hand Bags Repair.
  • Luggage Repair.

Reviews:

I don’t write reviews for just about everything, but if the experience is particularly notable, I make a point of mentioning it. The wonderful and helpful folks at Bethesda Shoe and Luggage made it a pleasure to get my old shoes repaired or components replaced.

Marilin Moreno

3.Parole Shoe & Luggage Repair.

Address: 2060 Somerville Rd, Annapolis, MD 21401

Call: (410)2666311

Store Timings:

Sunday Closed
Monday8AM–6PM
Tuesday8AM–6PM
Wednesday8AM–6PM
Thursday8AM–6PM
Friday8AM–6PM
Saturday8AM–6PM
Store Timings of Parole Shoe & Luggage Repair.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Official Website

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay.
  • Luggage Repair.

Reviews:

I once needed to mend a little belt and an ancient leather keychain. Both times, they did an excellent job in less a minute and attempted to not charge me. Incredible old-school service and craftsmanship.

Brandt Tingen

4.Arina’s Shoe & Leather Repair.

Address: 8207 Fenton St, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Call: (301)5874477

Store Timings:

Sunday Closed
Monday9AM–6PM
Tuesday9AM–6PM
Wednesday9AM–6PM
Thursday9AM–6PM
Friday9AM–6PM
Saturday9AM–6PM
Store Timings of Arina’s Shoe & Leather Repair.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay.
  • Women’s Shoe Repair.
  • Men’s Shoe Repair.
  • Hand Bags Repair.
  • Luggage Repair.

Reviews:

A nice business for shoe repair with affordable costs and service. This type of hand labor is rarely done everywhere these days, so finding a craftsman that does on-site work is really beneficial. This location hasn’t changed in 30 years! Continue your excellent job.

Marcia V. Ormsby

5.Kings Cobbler.

Address: Guilford Rd, Columbia, MD 21046

Call: (410)3819690

Store Timings:

Sunday Closed
Monday10AM–7PM
Tuesday10AM–7PM
Wednesday10AM–7PM
Thursday10AM–7PM
Friday10AM–7PM
Saturday10AM–7PM
Store Timings of Kings Cobbler.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Official Website

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay.
  • Luggage Repair.
  • Bag repair.
  • Shoes Repair.

Reviews:

This cobbler is fantastic. The finest in the neighborhood. They provide amazing workmanship as well as good customer service. Several shoe fixes and I’m always pleased! The most recent additions include new heel tips and a sole protector.

Kimberly Simmons

6.Kettering Shoe Repair.

Address: 83 Kettering Dr, Kettering, MD 20774

Call: (301)3500020

Store Timings:

Sunday 9AM–5PM
Monday9AM–5:30PM
Tuesday9AM–5PM
Wednesday9AM–5PM
Thursday9AM–5PM
Friday9AM–5PM
Saturday9AM–5PM
Store Timings of Kettering Shoe Repair.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay.
  • Luggage Repair.
  • Bag repair.
  • Shoes Repair.

Reviews:

I had a great time working with Mr. Barrientos to fix my sneakers. He performed an excellent job mending the zipper on my boot, and it was done on time. I highly suggest this store for any of your shoe repair requirements.

Kettering Shoe Repair.

7.Charm City Cobblers.

Address: 1100 Reisterstown Rd, Baltimore, MD 21208

Call: (410)4847463

Store Timings:

Sunday Closed
Monday8AM–6PM
Tuesday8AM–6PM
Wednesday8AM–6PM
Thursday8AM–6PM
Friday8AM–6PM
Saturday8AM–6PM
Store Timings of Charm City Cobblers.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay.
  • Luggage Repair.
  • Bag repair.
  • Shoes Repair.

Reviews:

Seriously, such a fantastic shoe repair shop! My sneakers were more than simply scuffed. They required open heart surgery, and Dan went above and above to ensure that they were corrected and that I was satisfied with the results. I’ll never use another shoe repair shop again, and I’ve already recommended it to my friends. Thank you very much, Charm City Shoe Repair!

Charm City Cobblers.

8.JK Shoe Repair.

Address: 309 Main St, Laurel, MD 20707

Call: (301) 875-9876

Store Timings:

Sunday Closed
MondayClosed
Tuesday10AM–5PM
Wednesday10AM–5PM
Thursday10AM–5PM
Friday10AM–5PM
Saturday10AM–5PM
Store Timings of JK Shoe Repair.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay.
  • Luggage Repair.
  • Bag repair.
  • Shoes Repair.

Reviews:

Service that is both speedy and efficient! He was able to fix them right away as I waited, which took approximately 15 minutes. While I waited, I enjoyed strolling about the leather shop. He also spruced them up a bit for a very reasonable fee. I’m so delighted I discovered this place!

JK Shoe Repair.

9.Stefan’s Leather & Shoe Repair.

Address: 309 Main St, Laurel, MD 20707

Call: (301) 875-9876

Store Timings:

Sunday Closed
MondayClosed
Tuesday10AM–2PM
Wednesday10AM–2PM
Thursday10AM–2PM
Friday10AM–2PM
Saturday10AM–2PM
Store Timings of Stefan’s Leather & Shoe Repair.

How to go there : Direction to the store.

Amenities and More.

  • Accepts Credit Cards, Apple Pay,Google Pay.
  • Luggage Repair.
  • Bag repair.
  • Shoes Repair.

Reviews:

I’d never go anyplace else except Stefan’s! I went to Stefan’s for the first time after requiring a repair on a very pricey pair of boots that no other shoe repair shop could manage to get correctly. Stefan’s not only got it right the first time, but the quality of the repair was unparalleled. I now take all of my shoes there, and they’ve even helped me repair and color a soiled pocketbook to make it appear brand new. Stefan’s will not disappoint you if you are patient with your products and recognize that good work takes time.

Stefan’s Leather & Shoe Repair.

List above of Fix My Suitcase Repair in Maryland.

These are the best suitcase repairs stores in Maryland.Some of them are in this luggage and shoe repair business for decades.

I’ve only mentioned the best store that will fix your suitcase or luggage repairs or shoe repairs in Maryland.

Some of them are even 5 star reviews.

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