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Pelican™ Cases For Travel

Pelican Cases for Travel -
Pelican 1510 FAA Approved Maximum Carry On Size

Pelican® Cases make great travel cases! Use a Pelican® laptop case to protect your Mac or PC computer. Or as a hard shell briefcase to keep your documents dry.

Pelican® Cases are also a great travel case for your sensitive camera equipment.

Statistics have proven that a very small percentage of luggage is damaged during air travel. You can minimize the amount of damage that occurs to your luggage and personal belongings by following some guidelines.
  • Buy the most durable luggage you can afford
  • Learn the restrictions of the airlines you use most frequently.
  • Pack intelligently
  • Know the airline's policy about damaged luggage
  • Report damage immediately!

    Planning a trip?
    Thinking about carrying on your luggage?
    If so, here are a few tips for you:

    Think Small...
  • The maximum size carry-on bag for most airlines is 45 linear inches (the total of the height, width, and depth of the bag). Anything larger should be checked.
  • No oversize packages or luggage can be stowed onboard.

    Think Smart...
  • Plan to check more of your baggage and carry on less.
  • Check with your airline before packing to determine its carry-on guidelines regarding the number of items you may carry on and the maximum size of those items.
  • In certain situations the airline may require most or even all of your bags to be checked, so be prepared to do so.

    Think Safe...
  • Carry-on items which may fall from overhead bins can injure you or other passengers during flight or in the event of an emergency evacuation.
  • Stow heavy items under the seat in front of you, not overhead.
  • Don't stack items in the overhead storage bin.
  • If an emergency evacuation is necessary, leave your carry-on items on the plane. Retrieving personal items may impede the safe evacuation of passengers.
  • Remember, be safety conscious when stowing your carry-on items.

    Have a Question?
  • Call your airline or visit its website.
  • Check with your travel agent.
  • Visit the Air Travel section of the Transportation Security Administration website.
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