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The second paragraph is saying that any luggage that is heavier than 8kg or bigger than the maximum dimensions will be checked in, and you will be charged for it. This is regardless of whether there is or isn't space in the flight to accomodate it. In other words, if your bag doesn't respect the rules, it will be checked-in. I think the regulation you ...


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Sodium polyacrylate is not considered hazardous. It is not flammable, it is not explosive, it is not reactive, and is not poisonous. The worst it can do is irritate skin and mucosa. For these reasons you should be allowed to transport it on a flight in your hold or carry-on luggage. Note however that carry-on liquid and gels limitations will apply if you ...


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The Jet Airways website clearly states that you can only bring one bag into the cabin, and claims that this restriction is due to the Indian government.


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All electronic items are allowed except those that are prohibited by the airline; or the country's security rules. These include: Large batteries (see Is it a true that you can't put ordinary Mac laptops (with the battery) in checked luggage? for some details on the capacities). Anything that can be used as a weapon. Electronic items that do not turn ...


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Lufthansa has already tried to respond to a person asking a similar question on their Facebook page: Passenger: Dear Lufthansa My sister is flying with Lufthansa on Thursday, from Johannesburg to Zagreb. She will be flying with her musical instrument, the violin. Please let me know how we can get permission for her to take her violin on board as ...


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If it is within the airline's dimension for a carry-on, then yes. Note however, they might legitimately count it as one carry-on toward your allowance. Also, whoever is staffing the terminal entrance may do an extra check. Any camera should be no problem. I would never check a camera.


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The carry on luggage size is defined in Ryanair (https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/useful-info/help-centre/faq-overview/Baggage#0-1). Yours does not comply, and in that sense you may be required to pay and send it as checked-in luggage. Fitting or not in the airsizer boxes may be irrelevant because they can just pick a measuring tape and check it (I have seen ...


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I'm a airline pilot and I carry it with me all the time, just recently security took mine. Guess you can't trust us with your lives either...


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I just saw someone carrying a Phantom 4 drone in it's factory case through the Miami International airport, it just had a specialized sticker on the seam of the case. I don't know what the guy went through to get the sticker, but he didn't seam stressed. It was the only carry-on object I saw him with...



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