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Electronic cigarettes are not allowed in checked baggage. You may travel with electronic cigarettes in your carry-on bags only. Smoking is never allowed onboard any flight.
From charges to weight and size, here's everything about our checked baggage policy.
Make your journey easier and discover what to expect when packing your carry-on bag.
There are many common items that are restricted by the TSA.
From musical instruments to military baggage, here's everything you need to know.
We’re making your pet our priority. Here are some guidelines to help make your journey smoother.
Taking a trip with your child or infant can be child’s play. We’ll show you how.
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Why not forgo the carry on? Your first checked bag is free on domestic American Airlines and US Airways flights for you and up to four people traveling with you with select Citi® / AAdvantage® cards
Whether you're traveling for business or pleasure on your next domestic trip, enhance your airport experience by letting experts take care of your bags for you.
Please visit an American Airlines Baggage Service office if you’ve left an item behind:
We keep lost items for up to 30 days, so simply file a report in person at our airport Baggage Service offices either upon arrival or at a later time.
If you left an item in another area of the airport, contact the Lost and Found office listed on the airport’s website. If the website does not offer Lost and Found information, please visit the airport in person for assistance.
If you left something at an airport security checkpoint, please contact the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).