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#15 - Hayzer
Reply +26
(09/30/2012) [-]
It's actually very useful if you decided to bring 1 bag between 2 people and find out it is overweight. Also useful if you decide to bring only hand luggage with you to somewhere but buy thing abroad that you want to take back.

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#44 to #15 - anon
Reply 0
(10/01/2012) [-]
So how does throwing another suitcase in the original luggage make it any lighter?!?
#49 to #44 - Hayzer
Reply -1
(10/01/2012) [-]
You normally get allocated one piece of luggage per person, some people who aren't regular fliers may feel that they can just bring one large piece of luggage between them and hence be over the weight limit. This may lead them to pay a rather hefty fine for every kilo they are over the weight limit, or they can go and buy another suitcase and transfer some of their baggage into that one.
#21 to #15 - fuperbooper
Reply +12
(09/30/2012) [-]
So, one bag is overweight, so you get two to compensate?   
   
**** plane logic.
So, one bag is overweight, so you get two to compensate?

**** plane logic.
#42 to #21 - absolyst
Reply 0
(10/01/2012) [-]
I think it's so you can split the luggage between the bags so each one, when counted individually, weighs less than the original
#23 to #21 - anon
Reply 0
(09/30/2012) [-]
i think its more for the sake of the throwers or the shelves or other peoples bag under yours. or maybe ur right and they pack that plane until its 1 gram from falling out of the sky