Carry-on baggage for passengers flying with Air New Zealand must not measure more than 46.5 linear inches and weigh more than 15 pounds, as of 2015. Requirements for checked baggage can depend on the flight and cabin cla... More »

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New Zealand's climate ranges from warmer subtropical temperatures in the north to cool, temperate weather in the south. Mountain ranges act as barriers for strong western winds, leaving the country with a diverse climate... More »

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The design of the New Zealand flag symbolizes the country's geographic and political history. The blue background represents the ocean that surrounds the island country. The four red and white stars represent the constel... More »

Delta Airlines baggage restrictions allow passengers to board with one carry-on item that is no bigger than 22 inches wide, 14 inches high and 9 inches deep. Delta allows two checked items per passenger. The first checke... More »

Luggage brought onto airplanes may measure no more than 45 linear inches for carry-on baggage and 62 linear inches for checked baggage, which can weigh no more than 50 pounds. Linear inches are the sum of the three dimen... More »

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While weight allowances can vary from one airline to another, for most fliers, checked baggage may weigh up to fifty pounds at check-in for domestic flights, as of July 2015. First-class fliers sometimes have the option ... More »

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To report lost baggage to the Jackson-Medgar Wiley Evers International Airport in Jackson, Mississippi, passengers must contact the airline on which they lost their baggage. For items lost at a security checkpoint in the... More »