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US Airways has different policies on baggage. Learn more about their carry-on and checked bag policies before you book.
Visit the following US Airways pages for more information: Baggage policies | Delayed or damaged bags | Special items
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Before you set out for the airport, be sure to check what you can – and can't – pack for your trip. Below are some general baggage packing tips.
Liquids And Gel Information
In general, liquids and gels are limited to containers no larger than 3.4 ounces each, which must be in a quart-size, clear, zip-top style bag (see example at right). You can find more detailed information on our Carry-On Baggage page.
Checked baggage charges apply to the first and second checked bag. Some exceptions apply. Excess bag charges apply for more than two checked bags. Oversize and overweight charges apply to baggage over the free size and weight allowance. Specialty items may have additional charges or exceptions to baggage charges.
For tickets issued on/after October 15, 2014, for travel on/after February 1, 2015, American Airlines will no longer through check bags when the customer holds separate tickets.
The only exceptions will be for the following tickets:
Checked Baggage Tips and Information
Note: if you are carrying gifts in your checked luggage, make sure they are unwrapped for easier security clearance.
These Items May Not Fly
Some items are restricted from traveling on aircraft. Our Restricted Items page has more detailed information, but below are some common examples of items which have specific guidelines for travel air or may not travel at all. Learn more about the Department of Transportation's guidelines for traveling with batteries