Baggage policies and fees differ for each airline, and
baggage fees when charged are not included in the cost of
your ticket. Not every airline charges for baggage and fees
for checked bags are collected at the airport, by the
airline, upon check-in. Make sure your luggage is tagged
with your name, address and contact phone number. We also
suggest you put the same information on the inside of each
piece of luggage.
Generally you are allowed 1 carry on bag and 1 personal
item, such as a purse, briefcase or laptop, but this too
should be verified with the airline. A link to each airlines
baggage policy can be found below.
Many US airline carriers no longer allow free
checked baggage. Two or more bags are permitted, however
there will be an additional cost charged by the airline at
the time of check in. You are advised to contact the airline
you are flying to determine exact baggage policies.
Department of Transportation and the Transportation Security
Administration have provided a list of items which are
restricted from either checked baggage or carry ons.
Restrictions and allowances can change without notice so
please verify the information by clicking on one of the
Department of Transportation (DOT)
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)