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  • Carry-on luggage

    Does anyone know exactly how big (weight and size) your luggage can be for carry on? I'm going to San Francisco on Spring Break and I'm hoping to just take a backpack.

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    Re: Carry-on luggage

    A backpack is fine. The airlines have the bag restrictions on their websites.

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    • #3
      Re: Carry-on luggage

      It pains me to say so, but Migo is right.

      Check with your specific airline for rules, restrictions, etc. You also will want to look into the new liquid restrictions, it will save you a headache.

      Good luck!



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      • #4
        Re: Carry-on luggage

        Migo and Max are both right.
        Check the airlines website for restrictions. If you just want to bring a backpack with all of your stuff but carry it on, you can only have certain amts of certain liquids. Otherwise, you can just buy certain things when you arrive at your destination.


        Edited to give you a link
        http://www.tsa.gov/travelers/airtrav...ted-items.shtm
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        • #5
          Re: Carry-on luggage

          Usually no more than about 15pounds or 7 kilo's. (Can vastly very with each airline and if the flight is full and also how the gate person feels that day)

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          • #6
            Re: Carry-on luggage

            Last year when I last traveled by plane, it was 1 personal item (purse, breifcase) and 1 small baggage (duffle, small roller, backpack)

            you'll be good....southwest?
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            • #7
              Re: Carry-on luggage

              I'm going American Airlines to San Francisco and Southwest on the way back I think. I have a small roller and I checked online so it's okay. I'm not packing much I'll only be there 4 days and I'm leaving it half empty since I'm doing clothes shopping there. Thanks for the advice y'all, would anyone happen to know if bringing a box of chocolates in your carryon is okay? I can't find that answer anywhere and I'm bringing Ghridelli chocolate back from San Fran so I just wondered.

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              • #8
                Re: Carry-on luggage

                That's absolutely fine. Fly much?

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                • #9
                  Re: Carry-on luggage

                  Backpacks, brief cases, stuff like that is fine.
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                  • #10
                    Re: Carry-on luggage

                    Yeah this my first vacation.. so..

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