"one" carry-on bag and may exceed the carry-on dimensions as long as they can be safely accommodated in a proper stowage compartment in the cabin of the aircraft.
The correct spelling is optional (not required, not provided without extra charge).
The size of the allowed carry-ons vary from airline to airline. Some charge for extra carry on, some charge for every piece. Any box larger than a laptop case will have to be checked as parcel baggage. There may be extra charges for this, too.
This varies between airlines, however often you can take two bags at an extra charge.
Yes there is a extra charge it is not $9.99 a month it is a little over charge making it $10.59
If an object has extra electrons, it will surely have negative charge.
Most airlines only allow you one carry on bag for free, anything else will be extra. The dog will have to travel in cargo so there will be a huge surcharge for this.
You are most certainly not overweight! You are lucky to have extra height "5'8" and could carry even an extra stone (10.2) without looking overweight. Your fine! Keep calm and carry on.
Gift experience does charge extra for personalization. How much extra they charge depends on how much you personalize your gift. Try to keep it to a minimum while still keeping it unique.
No the answer is that it has an negitive charge
Southwest Airlines (www.southwest.com) allows two checked bags at no extra charge. Jet Blue (www.jetblue.com) and Alaska Airlines/Horizen Air (www.alaskaair.com) allow one checked bag without an extra charge. (See the airlines' websites for size, weight or other restrictions.) Note: The above information is as of Nov. 17, 2008.