American Airlines Travel Advisory on Baggage
Since there's confusion about this all the time, here is what was posted on the Post:
Link: https://qp2.sgu.edu/QuickPlace/postit/Main.nsf/$defaultview/8FE6BED45A2C1A89042576770050917E/$File/American%20Airlines.docx?OpenElement To: St. George’s University From: American Airlines/American Eagle Subject: TRAVEL ADVISORY – DECEMBER 2009 Date: November 20, 2009 American Airlines/American Eagle wishes to remind all customers of the following baggage allowance policies for flights operating into and out of Grenada: AMERICAN EAGLE ·1 personal item (such as a purse or laptop bag) and 1 carry-on item -Maximum weight of carry-on is 40 LBS -Carry-on item CANNOT exceed 45 dimensional inches (length + width + height) ·2 checked bags
-TOTAL combined weight may NOT EXCEED 70 LBS for the 2 checked pieces -Each bag may NOT weigh more than 50 LBS ·NOT ALLOWED – Excess, Oversize, Overweight Bags, and Boxes ·Pets -2 cabin pets (first come first serve) -1 large or 2 medium checked pets (first come first serve) AMERICAN AIRLINES ·1 personal item (such as a purse or laptop bag) and 1 carry-on item -Maximum weight of carry-on is 40 LBS -Carry-on item cannot exceed 45 dimensional inches (length + width + height) ·2 checked bags. -For free allowance, each bag may NOT weigh more than 50 LBS ·Overweight bags -51 – 70 LBS $50.00 US or $135.00 EC -71 – 100 LBS $100.00 US or $270.00 EC -Baggage over 100 LBS would not be accepted. ·Oversize bags -Baggage 63 – 115 inches, $100.00 US or $270.00 EC -Baggage over 115 inches is not allowed ·Pets -Cabin pets - 3 economy and 2 business class (first come first serve) -Checked pets accepted based on space available (first come first serve) Sincerely, Gillian Thompson GENERAL MANAGER GT/ro
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