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- Restricted Items
- Application of Tariff
- Classes of Service
- Special Airport Lounge Facilities
- Refusal to Transport - Limitations of Carrier
- Passenger Expenses En Route
- Administrative Formalities - Passports, Visas, and Tourist Cards
- Liability of Carriers
- Service Animals
- Returned Check Charge
- Revised Routings, Failure to Carry, and Missed Connections
- Schedules, Delays, and Cancellation of Flights
- Denied Boarding Compensation
- Amenities/Services for Delayed Passengers
- Acceptance of Baggage
- Rule 100: Conditions and Charges for Acceptance of Special Items
- Acceptance of Pets and Animals
- Checked and Carry-On Baggage
- Baggage Allowance
- Excess Baggage Charges
- Excess Value Charges for Baggage
- Acceptance of Children
- Passengers On Stretchers
Baggage-General Conditions of
HA will accept for transportation as baggage, such personal property as is necessary or appropriate for the wear, use, comfort, or convenience of the passenger for the purpose of the trip, subject to the following conditions:
- All baggage is subject to inspection. HA will refuse to transport or will remove at any point baggage that the passenger refuses to submit for inspection.
- HA has the right to refuse to accept for transport as
baggage any item that, in HA’s sole judgment:
- Creates a risk of harm or annoyance to other passengers;
- Whose size, weight, or character renders it unsuitable for transportation on the particular aircraft which is to transport it, or which cannot be accommodated without harming or annoying passengers;
- Poses a risk to other baggage or cargo;
- HA is prohibited from carrying by any law, regulation or government directive;
- Is in a condition which creates an unreasonable risk of damage to the baggage under normal handling conditions;
- Is not suitable or adequately packaged to withstand ordinary handling, unless the passenger executes a release form; or
- Is otherwise unsuitable for transportation.
- Notwithstanding Rule 4(B)(4), HA will accept dry ice
if the following quantities and conditions are met:
- A maximum of 2.5 kg. (5.5 lbs.) of dry ice in checked baggage when used to refrigerate perishables.
- A maximum of 2.5 kg. (5.5 lbs.) in carry-on
baggage per person when used to refrigerate
The package containing the dry ice must be:
- Declared at the initial point of check-in; and
- The packaging containing the dry ice must be clearly marked “Dry Ice” or “Carbon Dioxide, Solid;” and
- For checked baggage, the packaging must also indicate the net weight of the dry ice (2.5 kg. or less); and
- For checked baggage, the packaging must also provide the ability for the release of the gas during transport.
Quantity and/or Size Maximums
No article will be accepted for transportation if the maximum outside linear dimensions exceed 80 in. or if the article weighs more than 100 pounds.
: This provision does not apply to assistive devices or mobility aids as defined in 14 CFR Part 382.EXCEPTION 2
: Items in excess of 70 lbs./32 kg will not be accepted for travel between the US and Australia or New Zealand. Regulatory or other labor laws that require lower maximum weight limits will supersede the maximum weight stated in this paragraph.
Acceptance of Special Items and Live
Special items listed in Rule 100 will only be accepted in accordance with the additional provisions and/or charges specified in that rule. Live animals will only be accepted in accordance with the additional provisions and/or charges specified in Rule 105.