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Carry On Guidelines

Once you select an airline you will find basic carry-on regulations as supplied by each airline for domestic flights. International flights will have varying rules. While regulation similarities exist between carriers, it is best to familiarize yourself with each carrier that you travel with. Since carriers often change their policies, you may want to check with your airline before flying.

Cabin Baggage Sizing’s

Maximum dimensions of carry-on baggage are calculated by adding the height, length, and depth of the bag (linear dimensions). Please note that some airlines for international travel will allow cabin bags at 15 lb. per piece. Airlines, such as British Airways, will allow a 22-inch suitcase on board with a maximum weight of 15 lbs. and you must be able to lift it unaided, plus a second small item. However, other airlines, such as American Airlines, allow a 22-inch bag with no weight restriction. Airlines always enforce some limits on carry-on bags. Luggage that exceeds these limits is not allowed into the aircraft's main cabin and need to be checked in. This allows sufficient space in the cabin as well as quicker boarding and disembarkation. Due to the variety of restrictions, please check with your carrier and their guidelines before flying.

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