Aer Flight Pack Review | Small Carry-On Travel Backpack (23L) for Work & Flight

Though a bit smaller, the professional design, organization, and versatility of the Aer Flight Pack make it optimal for shorter trips and urban travel. View Details & Buy:

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The little brother of the Aer Travel Pack we reviewed a few months back, the Aer Flight Pack was designed with the work traveler in mind. This pack shouldn’t be your go-to for long-haul travel, but it’s a great choice for short trips and the everyday backpack user who doesn’t like trudging through cities looking like a college freshman (unless you are one, in that case, stay in school).

This bag means business—literally. The slick low-profile design is arguably formal enough for professional meetings, but informal enough to use on a daily basis. In addition to the sleek look it gives off, the water-resistant Cordura® ballistic nylon is incredibly durable. Also durable are the water-resistant YKK zippers on the outside of the pack. You won’t be able to leave this sucker out in the rain for an extended amount of time but, if it’s zipped up tight, it’ll keep your belongings dry while you hustle to the nearest overhang.

Let’s talk size. This bag notches in at 12.5” x 19” x 5.5” (32 x 38 x 14 cm), 2.9 lbs (1.32 kg), with a 23.6L capacity. It’s a great size for weaving through the airport and will stow nicely below most plane seats—with a name like flight pack, it better.

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In this video, Tom Wahlin of Pack Hacker reviews the Aer / Aersf Flight Pack. This small carry on travel backpack pairs with another backpack or roller luggage. This durable and good looking work & flight pack is well suited for someone needing a little extra room—or it’s suited to a minimal, ultralight traveling digital nomad.

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Auto Pilot says:

I’ve been looking for the right combo pack to use on all my international flights. I fly all over the world and think the Aer pack may be the one with the size and versatility required to fit my needs. Do they come in other colors or sizes and what is the price point?

Tom Wahlin says:

Hey! Tom the founder of Pack Hacker here. We just launched a guide to help choose the best travel backpack for YOU. Take a look and let me know what you think!

Bo Ismono says:

Great review. Thanks, mate!

Sungwon Kim says:

Thanks for a nice video. Based on your experience, how many days stuff can fit into Aer Flight Pack? Thanks.

EL EL says:

What pant are you wearing in the airport shot they look very comfortable!

stvsueoka1 says:

Would you be able to recommend a good rain cover for this bag? it pretty much checks all the other boxes for me and would love to get it, I just need a rain cover. I unfortunately learned my lesson the hard way last year. lol

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