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Will I be charged to check bags?

Many airlines now charge fees for checked baggage upon arrival at the airport. These fees are separate from your ticket cost and are due at check-in or prior to arrival on the airline’s website. Below are links to baggage charts listing the major airlines and their applicable fees based on class of service. Please note, these fees are subject to change and do change frequently. For the most up to the minute information, we suggest you check with the carrier.

Carry-On Baggage:

On most airlines passengers are allowed to bring one (1) carry-on bag, plus one (1) additional personal item such as a purse, briefcase or laptop.

This limit applies to travelers boarding all flights departing from the U.S. airports for both domestic and international destinations.  The maximum size carry-on bag for most airlines is 45 linear inches (the total of the height, width, and depth of the bag.)  Anything larger must be checked.  Check the links below for specific baggage policies.

*Spirit Airlines does charge for Carry-On bags.  Please refer to our baggage chart for baggage pricing.*

Checked Baggage/Baggage Allowance:

Click the links below, depending on your class of service, to check the airline’s checked baggage policy and charges.

Domestic Checked Baggage:

Domestic Economy Class

Domestic Premium Economy Class

Domestic Business Class

Domestic First Class

International Baggage:

Note also that the baggage allowance for international travel may be destination specific.

International Economy Class

International Premium Economy Class

International Business Class

International First Class


Oversize/Overweight Bags:

Please be advised, airlines can also charge fees if the baggage is ‘oversized’. Oversized luggage is defined as any bag over 50 lbs. and larger than 62 linear inches (height x length x width).

*Excess baggage Embargo Rules may apply. Please see details by viewing the baggage policy on airlines official website.