Security Alert — Please click here to review TSA carry-on baggage policy.
You can take it with you ... if you follow these guidelines ...
Don't get carried away with your carry-on baggage. You'll be sharing the plane with others, so please understand that we allow each passenger one carry-on bag and one personal item which fits underneath the seat. All baggage is subject to inspection by airport security and our personnel. Each passenger should have his or her name and contact information on each carry-on item.
We're bound by some legal rules, as stated by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), "Prohibited items are weapons, explosives, incendiaries, and include items that are seemingly harmless but may be used as weapons — the so-called 'dual use' items. You may not bring these items to security checkpoints without authorization." Review a list of permitted and prohibited items which may be included in carry-on baggage, provided by the TSA.
Now get out your measuring tape and scale. We allow each passenger to board with one piece of carry-on baggage. Your carry-on bag's dimensions, including handles and wheels, can't exceed 9.5" height + 15.5" width + 24" length, and the bag can't weigh more than 35 pounds. Your carry-on bag must fit underneath the seat or in an enclosed overhead bin.
We try to be as flexible and accommodating as possible, but keep in mind these policies help us make sure there's enough room for everyone and their items on the plane. Our main concern is the comfort and safety of our passengers. We thank you for your understanding.
In addition to the one carry-on bag allowance, we allow one personal item to be carried on the aircraft:
Personal items include:
- Handbag or pocketbook
- Umbrella or walking stick
- Camera or binoculars
- Briefcase or laptop computer case
A few items may be allowed to be carried on in addition to the one personal item and one carry-on bag. Those items include assistive devices for qualified passengers with special needs. Only the following items are allowed in addition to the one personal item and one carry-on bag:
- Canes, crutches, braces, Portable Oxygen Concentrators, respiratory devices or other assistive devices
- A coat or wrap
- Infant bag
- Infant/child safety seat used to transport the infant/child (if the child has a ticket and will be using the seat in flight, it must be an FAA approved safety seat)**
- A reasonable amount of reading material
- A foot rug (3’ x 2’ maximum) for use during prayer
**Approved car seats with a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) red label stating: "This restraint device is approved for motor vehicle and aircraft use" are allowed on the aircraft. The approved seat should be no wider than 16 inches to fit in most seats. Strollers may be used to transport the child to the gate but will then be gate checked in the departing city. The stroller will be returned to the gate at your final destination.