Carry-on & Checked Luggage Policies
Travel Carry On Luggage
Size – Limit – Dimensions – Weight
The links below show the allowed luggage dimensions and carry on dimensions for most major airlines. In most cases carry ons must be small enough to fit under the seat in front of you. Since most airlines are now charging a fee for checked luggage more people are taking carry ons. This is causing a shortage of space in overhead bins on the aircraft, therefore, it is recommended that your carry on be small enough to fit under the seat.
The allowed carry on bag size may vary from airline to airline and can change at any time, therefore, travelers should verify the carry on policies and luggage policies before every trip. We encourage travelers to contact the airlines directly if they have questions regarding an unusual item. Items restricted from carry-on luggage may change without notice due to current security levels.
There is a limit to the airlines liability for lost or damaged luggage. Therefore, luggage insurance is recommended when you are taking items that exceed the airlines liability. Luggage insurance can either be purchased seperately or as part of a travel insurance policy. Always read the policy carefully. You can purchase travel insurance from one of our agents even if you did not purchase your trip with our agency.
For the latest information on items prohibited in carry-on luggage and checked baggage please visit the TSA at www.tsa.gov .
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