What to pack for your trip
Because we have less seats, you get to check 2 pieces of luggage and 1 standard size carry on free of charge.
|1st & 2nd Checked Bag||$0|
|3rd – 10th Checked Bag||$25 each|
|Extra Weight (over 50 lbs)||$1 per pound|
The carry-on must be small enough to fit in the overhead compartment* or under the seat. The two pieces of check-in luggage must each weigh no more than 50 pounds, with $1 assessed for each additional pound. A $25 fee will be charged for the 3rd piece of checked-in luggage and any additional ones.
We don’t charge for bringing a stroller or car seat on board. You can bring a stroller in addition to your maximum checked baggage allowance, and a car seat in addition to your carry-on baggage.
Please note that bicycles, and skis and ski poles must be packed inside a canvas bag or another means of compact storage.
Towing equipment, which is limited to 100 pounds, must be enclosed in a rigid container or wrapped in a strong material such as canvas that is strapped or tied to make it compact. Additional charges will be assessed if the weight exceeds 100 pounds.
Please remember to clearly identify each piece of luggage with your name, email and phone number. Add your name inside your bag just in case the tag breaks off. If you have a connecting trip, please note that you are responsible for retrieving your luggage from one motorcoach and placing it in the connecting vehicle. If you experienced any trouble with your baggage check our lost luggage page and find more information about it.
Overhead Compartment Dimensions for Carry-on Luggage
- First Class: Due to overhead compartment dimensions, carry-on cannot exceed 9 inches in height and 17 inches in length to completely fit in the overhead compartment (22cm x 43cm).
- Business Class: Due to overhead compartment dimensions, carry-on cannot exceed 9 inches in height and 15 inches in length to completely fit in overhead compartment (22cm x 38cm).
What type of luggage is allowed?
Loose items, such as grocery bags, do not qualify as check-in baggage. Personal items, such as medication or money, may not be checked in with your bags and must be carried with the passenger at all times. Electronic items such as audio players, mobile phones and laptops should not be checked in.
|Suitcases||Acids, ammunition, animals, combustible liquids or compressed gases|
|Duffle bags||Corpses or cremated remains|
|Strollers & car seats||Explosives, firearms, fireworks or flammable liquids|
|Toolboxes||Furniture, merchandise for sale|
|Trunks||Hazardous materials, material with a disagreeable odor or matches|
|Securely wrapped card boxes||Illicit drugs|