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Advice to passengers

Transportation of Hazardous Materials

Travelers entering the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program are now required to have a travel authorization (ESTA) on file with the U.S. Government. You will need to request or check the status of your travel authorization. Once the ESTA is on file, you can return to complete check-in. Certain documents, such as a U.S. resident card, may not require an ESTA to be filed. If you hold a resident card or re-entry document for the U.S. and ESTA is not required, you will need to check in at the airport.

Forbidden Dangerous Items Examples:

Paints, lighter fluid, fireworks, tear gases, oxygen bottles and radio- pharmaceuticals. There are special exceptions for small quantities (up to 70 ounces total) of medicinal and toilet articles carried in your luggage and certain smoking materials carried on your person. For further information, contact your airline representative.

Note: Spare Batteries and Fuel Cells MUST be packed in Carry-On baggage. If your Carry-On bag is gate checked, the spare batteries and fuel cells must be removed and carried in the cabin.

TRANSPORTATION OF FIREARMS, PASSENGER IDENTIFICATION AND INSPECTION OF CHECKED BAGGAGE

Loaded firearms are prohibited in checked baggage. United States Federal regulations require each unloaded firearm in checked baggage must be declared to the aircraft operator. Each unloaded firearm in checked baggage must be declared, unloaded and placed in a locked, hard-sided container to which the passenger retains the key or combination. Passengers failing to declare firearms or transporting loaded firearms are subject to substantial civil and criminal penalties under United States law. The transportation of unauthorized explosives or incendiary devices in checked baggage is prohibited at all times.

Each passenger who appears to be 18 years of age or older will be required to present a valid form of ID. Passengers must control their baggage to prevent the introduction of dangerous items without their knowledge and should not accept items from unknown individuals. Carry-on items and checked baggage are subject to search. Passengers failing to present identification and/or permit inspection of carry-on items and/or checked baggage may not be transported.

ADVICE TO PASSENGERS ON LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY

For international travel to or from another country, airline liability is governed by the Montreal Convention or the Warsaw Convention. There are no financial limits for death or bodily injury, and the airline may make an advance payment to cover immediate economic needs. The airline's liability for passenger delay; and for loss, delay or damage to baggage may be limited by the Conventions. In case of baggage, the liability limit is 1131 Special Drawing Rights (approximately US $1787) per passenger for international travel. The baggage limit is US $3,400 per ticketed passenger for US domestic travel. These baggage liability limitations apply unless you declare a higher valuation and pay additional charges at check-in. In case of international travel, any action in court to claim damages must be brought within two years from the date of the actual or scheduled arrival of the aircraft; and, in case of baggage claims, written notice to the carrier must be made within 7 days of the receipt of checked baggage in case of damage, and, in case of delay, within 21 days from the date on which it was placed at the disposal of the passenger. If your journey also involves carriage by other airlines, you should contact them for information on their limits of liability. See the notice with your tickets or consult your airline or travel agent for further information.

NOTICE - OVERBOOKING OF FLIGHTS

Airline flight may be overbooked, and there is a slight chance that a seat will not be available on a flight for which a person has a confirmed reservation. If the flight is overbooked, no one will be denied a seat until airline personnel first ask for volunteers willing to give up their reservation in exchange for a payment of te airline's choosing. If there are not enough volunteers, the airline will deny boarding to other persons in accordance with its particular boarding priority. With few exceptions, including failure to comply with the carrier's check-in deadline (which are available upon request from the air carrier), persons denied boarding involuntarily are entitled to compensation. The complete rules for the payment of compensation and each airline's boarding priorities are available at all airport ticket counters and boarding locations. Some airlines do not apply these consumer protections to travel from some foreign countries, although other protections may be available. Check with your airline or ticket agent

TRANSPORTATION OF CURRENCY

If you transport, mail, ship, or receive more than $10,000 in currency of the United States or any other country, or monetary instruments (such as traveler's checks, negotiable instruments in bearer form, or money orders) into or out of the United States, you must file a report with U.S. Customs. Ask a Customs officer for the Currency Report form. Failure to report can result in forfeiture of the monies and civil and criminal penalties (31 U.S.C.5316, 5332; 31 CFR 103.23) Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

SPECIAL ITEMS

Each special item you're checking counts as one bag. You don't have to tell us what the special item is - you just have to let us know you have one and how many bags you are checking in all. An agent will determine any possible charges for your item when you bring it to the bag drop.

 
SPECIAL ITEMS INCLUDE:

OVERWEIGHT BAGS

Bags weighing more than 50 lbs

OVERSIZED BAGS
(EXCLUDING GOLF CLUBS)

Bags over 62 inches when you total length + width + girth

BABY ITEMS

Stroller, child restraint seats

ASSISTIVE DEVICES

Wheelchair

SPORTING EQUIPMENT
(EXCLUDING GOLF CLUBS)

Bicycle; bowling, fishing, or ski equipment; parachute; surf or windsurf boards; SCUBA tank

FRAGILE/BULKY ITEMS

Saddle, antlers, Hawaiian pineapples, military duffle bags

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Advice to passengers

Transportation of Hazardous Materials

Travelers entering the U.S. under the Visa Waiver Program are now required to have a travel authorization (ESTA) on file with the U.S. Government. You will need to request or check the status of your travel authorization. Once the ESTA is on file, you can return to complete check-in. Certain documents, such as a U.S. resident card, may not require an ESTA to be filed. If you hold a resident card or re-entry document for the U.S. and ESTA is not required, you will need to check in at the airport.

Forbidden Dangerous Items Examples:

Paints, lighter fluid, fireworks, tear gases, oxygen bottles and radio- pharmaceuticals. There are special exceptions for small quantities (up to 70 ounces total) of medicinal and toilet articles carried in your luggage and certain smoking materials carried on your person. For further information, contact your airline representative.

Note: Spare Batteries and Fuel Cells MUST be packed in Carry-On baggage. If your Carry-On bag is gate checked, the spare batteries and fuel cells must be removed and carried in the cabin.

TRANSPORTATION OF FIREARMS, PASSENGER IDENTIFICATION AND INSPECTION OF CHECKED BAGGAGE

Loaded firearms are prohibited in checked baggage. United States Federal regulations require each unloaded firearm in checked baggage must be declared to the aircraft operator. Each unloaded firearm in checked baggage must be declared, unloaded and placed in a locked, hard-sided container to which the passenger retains the key or combination. Passengers failing to declare firearms or transporting loaded firearms are subject to substantial civil and criminal penalties under United States law. The transportation of unauthorized explosives or incendiary devices in checked baggage is prohibited at all times.

Each passenger who appears to be 18 years of age or older will be required to present a valid form of ID. Passengers must control their baggage to prevent the introduction of dangerous items without their knowledge and should not accept items from unknown individuals. Carry-on items and checked baggage are subject to search. Passengers failing to present identification and/or permit inspection of carry-on items and/or checked baggage may not be transported.

ADVICE TO PASSENGERS ON LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY

For international travel to or from another country, airline liability is governed by the Montreal Convention or the Warsaw Convention. There are no financial limits for death or bodily injury, and the airline may make an advance payment to cover immediate economic needs. The airline's liability for passenger delay; and for loss, delay or damage to baggage may be limited by the Conventions. In case of baggage, the liability limit is 1131 Special Drawing Rights (approximately US $1787) per passenger for international travel. The baggage limit is US $3,400 per ticketed passenger for US domestic travel. These baggage liability limitations apply unless you declare a higher valuation and pay additional charges at check-in. In case of international travel, any action in court to claim damages must be brought within two years from the date of the actual or scheduled arrival of the aircraft; and, in case of baggage claims, written notice to the carrier must be made within 7 days of the receipt of checked baggage in case of damage, and, in case of delay, within 21 days from the date on which it was placed at the disposal of the passenger. If your journey also involves carriage by other airlines, you should contact them for information on their limits of liability. See the notice with your tickets or consult your airline or travel agent for further information.

NOTICE - OVERBOOKING OF FLIGHTS

Airline flight may be overbooked, and there is a slight chance that a seat will not be available on a flight for which a person has a confirmed reservation. If the flight is overbooked, no one will be denied a seat until airline personnel first ask for volunteers willing to give up their reservation in exchange for a payment of te airline's choosing. If there are not enough volunteers, the airline will deny boarding to other persons in accordance with its particular boarding priority. With few exceptions, including failure to comply with the carrier's check-in deadline (which are available upon request from the air carrier), persons denied boarding involuntarily are entitled to compensation. The complete rules for the payment of compensation and each airline's boarding priorities are available at all airport ticket counters and boarding locations. Some airlines do not apply these consumer protections to travel from some foreign countries, although other protections may be available. Check with your airline or ticket agent

TRANSPORTATION OF CURRENCY

If you transport, mail, ship, or receive more than $10,000 in currency of the United States or any other country, or monetary instruments (such as traveler's checks, negotiable instruments in bearer form, or money orders) into or out of the United States, you must file a report with U.S. Customs. Ask a Customs officer for the Currency Report form. Failure to report can result in forfeiture of the monies and civil and criminal penalties (31 U.S.C.5316, 5332; 31 CFR 103.23) Department of Homeland Security/U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

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