Each ticketed passenger is currently limited to one piece of carry-on baggage and one personal item.
You may check your stroller or car seat at the gate. Car seats, infant carrying seats, or strollers are all accepted as check-in baggage, in addition to the free baggage allowance for the accompanying ticketed adult passenger, as long as traveling with the child. (There is no separate baggage allowance for infants held in a passenger's lap.)
These items may be carried on the aircraft as your one-piece of carry-on baggage allowance, provided the item can properly fit in the overhead compartment or stowed beneath the seat in front of you. In addition to the one-piece carry-on baggage allowance, you may also carry on one personal item such as a purse, briefcase, laptop computer, backpack or similar item.
Your primary storage area is the space under the seat in front of you. The overhead compartments are on a first come, first serve basis and are for all passengers. If your carry on item is unable to be safely stored under the seat in front of you or in the overhead compartment, or if all storage areas are full, you may be asked to check in your baggage for pick-up upon your arrival. For items exempt from the carry-on item limit, please see below. For liquid restrictions, please see the TSA 3-1-1 guidelines.
Transportation solely within the United States
Fees are assessed per piece, each way, and non-refundable.
Each piece of baggage will be subject to the charges described below. Excess weight and oversize pieces will be subject to additional charges as shown below.
Baggage rules will apply based on a single carrier's rules for the entire journey subject to DOT regulations that govern which airline's rules will apply on a single ticket.
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Charges are per piece, each way, and are non-refundable.
International baggage rules will apply for entire trip, subject to DOT regulations that govern which airline's rules apply on a single ticket, including U.S. domestic segments regardless of stopover, providing the ticket includes at least one ticketed international point.