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We will be traveling on Virgin in October (actually a code share with Continental out of Newark), and we were wondering how strict Virgin is with carry-on baggage (size, weight, or both?). We only plan on taking our Rick Steves ETBD backpacks and don't want to check them. I know Continental is very lax on carry on baggage and we're hoping Virgin is the same. Any experience with this out there?

Thanks,

Kim

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