Arthur Frommer

February 7, 2010 12:00 AM

Luggage Web site can cut through clutter

What's the next big thing in travel services on the Internet? A Connecticut boarding-school math teacher named Luke Dudley thinks it's LuggageLimits.com, which he created to keep people from incurring ruinous luggage fees (an increasing problem) or extra airline charges because they have exceeded various luggage limits. To me, the new Web site seems ultra-timely and valuable now that luggage has become such a bone of contention, with airlines charging increasing amounts for checked luggage, limiting the size of carry-ons and causing other hangups and pitfalls for the innocent passenger.

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