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Differences between USAir/TAP carry on limits...

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I just got lucky enough to get flights booked using my United miles ....only 60,000 for April/May....but the return flight is on TAP Portugal. All the flights on the eticket (5 of them)
do not list the flights as code share with US Air or TAP returning which I will be flying Below each flight number is a sentence with the name of who operates the flight.

US Air has a much more generous carry on limit....TAP very restricted. If I fly over with my normal carry on (which I never have a problem with US carriers) am I likely to have trouble as it will exceed TAP's small size and half the weight allowance when I check in for my return flight? Thanks in advance for any thoughts.

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