As of 2015, US Airways allows a carry-on bag and personal item in the cabin. No baggage allowance exists for domestic flights or those flying to the Caribbean, Mexico and Central America. Passengers must pay for checked ... More »

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Depending on the cabin selection and destination, Air China allows between one and two pieces of carry-on baggage, weighing between 5 kilograms and 8 kilograms, plus one to two pieces of checked baggage weighing between ... More »

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Spirit Airlines allows up to five checked bags 40 pounds or less and 62 linear inches or less for the standard bag fee. Luggage larger or heavier incurs an additional overweight or oversized fee, with a maximum weight of... More »

Hawaiian Airlines allows one carry-on bag and one personal item per person to be brought into the cabin, and up to two checked bags at the regular baggage rate, as of 2015. The airline follows the Transportation Security... More »

US Airways charges an oversize baggage fee for any checked bag with an overall outside dimension between 62 inches and 126 inches as of 2015. Bags larger than 126 inches are not allowed as checked baggage. More »

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As of 2015, passengers of US Airways are allowed upwards of four checked bags as well as a personal item, such as a purse, and a carry-on item, such as a duffel bag. To be classified as normal baggage, luggage must be un... More »

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WestJet and WestJet Encore allow each passenger one carry-on bag and one personal item at no charge. Based on flight type, a charge may apply for checked luggage. A piece of checked luggage weighing more than 50 pounds o... More »

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