Of course they have the right to check in or carry on luggage! This is usually limited to two carry-on bags in the United States. The same rules that apply to adults also apply to small children regarding cargo luggage. Tell the child not to forget their headphones; it's a long flight!
It depends who you are flying with and what you are willing to pay. You should check your flight company's information for that information. Generally, for carry on items you are typically allowed one piece of luggage and/or a purse.
It probably wouldn't be allowed in carry-on luggage as it is flammable. However, it would be allowed in normal luggage. if shaving gel is, than hair spray should be!
No. You can have them in check in luggage, but not in carry on luggage.
You can only check your luggage in for an Expedia flight if you are actually at the airport. This is because you luggage needs to be weighed and there will be a fee if it is over a particular weight.
It's a domestic flight so I would think carry on
in the carry on
The check in luggage can only be 49 pounds or so and the carry on can be 25 pounds
Yes, as long as it is not carry-on.
Nope not in your carry on but you can put it in your check in luggage.
It depends on the airline you fly with, some of the cheap airlines charge for check in luggage
This depends, check with your airline.
The purpose of luggage check in is so that it gives the people in the airplane more space. It is also a safety concern. You can bring a carry-on into the main part of the airplane but in the carry on are things that you will be using during that flight period and everything else that you are not using such as clothing, shower products, ect... will be in your suitcase underneath the aircraft.
On International Qantas Flights you can purchase duty free alcohol at the airport. You are not permitted to carry such substance inside your check in luggage.
Carry on size limitations vary from airline to airline. It is always best to check with the particular airline for their size limitations.
yes u can but in check-in luggage
No, they must be in your carry on luggage.
By international air travel rules, it MUST be in the luggage you check in and put in the bottom of the plane. Failure to do so will mean confiscation of the bat, fines, and possibly missing your flight.
Yes, they do. Inspection of carry on luggage is a vital part of airport security and is very thorough.
I guess so. But you surely can't bring canned food in you carry-on luggage.
Luggage is a noun for suitcases or other bags used to carry personal items in while traveling. "I think I packed too heavily, I have too much luggage." "Please check your luggage at the Oceanic Airways check-in counter."
The luggagesource.com has a helpful size chart that lists size restrictions for all the top airlines. You should be able to use this to check if your carry on luggage meets the requirements.
You will have to check with your airline.
The size limit for carry on luggage varies depending on the airline. The best way to find out is to either go to the airline's website or check online at a comparision site such as LuggageSource.
It is advisable to pack in your carry luggage if it is precious or expensive but not too heavy and all that. However if it is just wires and all that, you can check it.
You are permitted one piece of hand luggage, weighing 23 kilos or less, that can fit into the overhead bin, as well as an item such as a laptop or handbag. You are allowed to check in one bag weighing up to 23kg.