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Worst airline finally changes its tune

As of today, Airberlin has posted on its website that you can carry small instruments, apparently including violins, free of charge as cabin baggage. Here’s the wording: Following registration, musical instruments with maximum dimensions of 86 cm x 33 cm x 19 cm (including instrument case and/or bag) and a maximum weight of 8 kg […]
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