Can I travel with an empty suitcase?
How do you protect empty suitcases when checking in at the airport?
I once had to do something similar with half-empty suitcases with large, heavy things piled on them while I was moving. What worked quite well for me was taking large, sturdy, and readily available bag-like items such as:
- High performance garbage bags
- Duvet covers, large pillowcases
- Sleeping bag liners
... open them to get a lot of air, then tie them tightly and trap air so that they act like flexibly shaped pillows.
Because these pockets are not completely filled, they can be maneuvered to fill the space they need well, and there is less risk of them bursting than, say, balloons (the "bang" when balloons pop out of a pocket when they are heavy The bag placed on your bag could concern a luggage carrier ...).
Things like trash bags are also very useful for dividing up your packaging on the way back so it doesn't go to waste.
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