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Who Regulates Passenger Baggage? Well…no one really

Baggage questions, will they ever stop? No, probably not.   Each week Flying With Fish probably receives more email regarding baggage issues than anything else. Checked baggage, carry on baggage, carry-on sizes, checked baggage weight … and frequently readers want to know who to complain to.  Those seeking to complain to “the authorities” generally are…

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Carry On Bag Allowance Guide For 100+ Airlines

Airline carry on allowances change from time to time, new airlines start up and old ones fade away … so it is time for Flying With Fish to update the carry on baggage allowance guide created for 68 airlines back in June 2009.  This updated guide to airline baggage allowance covers more than 100 airlines,…

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Why Boeing’s New Sky Interior Isn’t Good For Flyers (listen up photogs)

EDITED ON 28-MARCH-2011 at 7:05PM EST – Edited to correct the following, Boeing 737-800 aircraft with Big Bin overhead bins hold 114 “standard” sized bags and Sky Interior overhead bins hold 118. This information was reversed originally. There has been a lot of buzz surrounding the new Boeing Sky Interior being fitting into its new…

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Ryanair vs The Violin : Blame The Passenger Not The Airline

Everyday I read stories regarding passengers who are upset about carry on bags, checked bags, legroom, missing flights because they were late. Today was no different … except today this story was published by the BBC and it is virally traveling throughout Twitter, Ryanair tells girl to buy £190 plane seat for violin. According to…

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Demystifying Spirit Airlines Carry-On Baggage Fees (Photogs Listen Up!)

Yesterday Spirit Airlines instituted its new policy for changing passengers to bring carry on bags on-board the airlines’ flights. I had written about this when it was announced back in April of this year here : Spirit Airlines Charges For Carry-On Bags & Beats Ryanair To The Bottom As the airline struggles to implement its…

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Airline Etiquette : Bags Go Under The Seat In FRONT Of You

When boarding a flight, any commercial airline flight, from any airport in the world, you hear the same message … “Please place your carry on item under the seat in front of you. For those seated in the bulkhead, please place your bags in the overhead bin for take off and landing.” There is a…

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Travel Essentials – Mechanix Gloves

I know you’re reading this headline and thinking “How could Mechanix Gloves be essential to travel?”  Well these gloves are essentials to those traveling with heavy items, or schlepping heavy items by hand … or simply dragging a heavy bag long distances through an airport. Having spent years traveling with heavy carry on bags, such…

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Oh Canada … No Carry On Bags … What Is A Photog To Do?

18/1/2010 – Oh Canada … No Carry On Bags … What Is A Photog To Do? The war on terror takes many forms and the target of terrorism seems to have a very clear primary target … The United States of America. Given the obvious target of terrorists it makes absolute sense that nearly a…

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Temporary Carry On Baggage Restrictions In Canada & UK As A Result Of TSA SD-1544-09-06

29/12/2009 – Temporary Carry On Baggage Restrictions In Canada & UK As A Result Of  TSA SD-1544-09-06 Over the past few days carry-on baggage regulations for flights to the United States have been in a state of flux following the attempted terrorist attack on Delta Air Lines Flight 253, operated by Northwest Airlines and the…

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Flying With Your Cameras On Your Shoulders : Save The Weight

Web: www.stevenfrischling.com — E-Mail: fish@flyingwithfish.com 28/10/2009 – Flying With Your Cameras On Your Shoulders : Save The Weight With many airlines seemingly clamping down on carry-on baggage weight there is a simple trick many photographer seem to miss that is effective on 99% of the airlines…when travelling, fly with your cameras out on your shoulders.…

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