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FlightEra shows graphs of On Time Performance and Average Delay of specific flights on a monthly and yearly basis. sample : https://www.flightera.net/delays/Air+India/AI101 screenshot: Tickets.pl shows Punctuality rating for flights by an airline. *Statistics on Tickets.pl are provided by FlightStats, Inc. sample: https://tickets.pl/en/avia/rating/AI/...


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Each airline has different rules. For most airlines that would be too big/heavy for carry on but ok as checked luggage, provided it's properly boxed up.


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According to https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/whatcanibring/items/empty-water-bottle an empty water bottle is permitted in both carry on and checked luggage. There is no mention of any size restriction. (Note: there’s no match when searching ‘water jug’ on the TSA site)


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