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Recently, major airlines including American, Delta, and United have adopted new maximum dimensions for their carry-on baggage allowances. The industry standard used to be 22in x 15in x 9in, but those have recently shrunk, according to George Hobica, founder of Airfarewatchdog.

Being messaged as a new ‘FAA’ regulation, the new dimensions have shrunk to 22in x 14in x 9in. The difference? One inch. Not all airlines have adopted these new restrictions, though.

American’s current carry-on allowance can be found here.

Delta’s current carry-on allowance can be found here.

United’s current carry-on allowance can be found here.

JetBlue’s current carry-on allowance can be found here.

Southwest’s current carry-on allowance can be found here.

British Airways’ current carry-on allowance can be found here.

Lufthansa’s current carry-on allowance can be found here.

Carry-on allowance for most other airlines can be found here, or on the airline’s own website.

Does your current carry-on luggage fit these new dimensions?