A long time ago, I revolted against the dictatorship of rolling luggage. I’m unclear as to how every traveler from the business elite to the weekend warrior decided that the roll-aboard would become the be-all, end-all tote for every trip further than the edge of town, but I heartily disagree. These contraptions have made things more of a mess in airports, not less. (I picture flight attendants deliriously mumbling in their sleep: “Wheels in, please, wheels in.”)
Since rolling bags make traveling simpler, it makes sense to use them on longer trips where you'll have a lot of ground to cover. Make your trips more seamless by moving through the airport with rolling luggage.
Yes, as you can tell, I’m more than a little pleased with myself. But you, too, can make the switch. It’s good exercise and a community service: For every bit of rolling luggage taken out of service, a big gap opens in the overhead.
If you are bringing a larger carry-on, wheeled luggage makes transporting the bag through the airport a breeze. Rolling luggage is especially helpful when moving between other passengers or terminals. Rolling bags have almost taken over the luggage market for good reason!
Stephen Joseph Horse Rolling Luggage