We fly internationally a fair bit. Over the years we developed and perfected the art of packing carry on luggage and in this post I’ll share how we approach the problem.
What is the point of carry on? We view it as serving two primary purposes. It’s for things you want to keep with you at the airport and during the flight. Things like your passports, wallet, phone etc. Secondly it’s for things you don’t want to put in your checked luggage. That second point becomes especially important if your luggage gets lost, delayed, stolen or damaged. That category contains expensive and/or fragile items like DSLRs or laptops, change of clothes etc. Continue Reading