Q: HOW MANY CARRY-ON BAGS CAN I TAKE AND WHAT ARE THE WEIGHT AND SIZE LIMITS?
You are allowed one carry-on bag, and a personal item (such as a purse, laptop, or small back-pack). For weight and size dimensions visit American Airlines Baggage Information.
Q: WHAT AM I NOT ALLOWED TO PUT IN MY CHECKED OR CARRY-ON BAGGAGE?
For complete lists of what is prohibited, please visit tsa.gov
Q: WHAT TYPE OF ID DO I NEED TO CHECK-IN?
Passengers need to bring a government-issued photo ID such as a driver license, active and retired military ID, or current passport. View the full list of acceptable documents.
Q: WHAT IS THE RULE FOR LIQUIDS IN MY CARRY-ON BAGS?
3-1-1. This means any liquids must be 3 ounces or smaller, placed into 1 quart-size clear plastic, zip-top bag, and only 1 quart-sized bag allowed per traveler.
Q: I TRAVEL WITH MY MEDICATIONS IN MY CARRY-ON BAG, DO I NEED TO PUT THEM IN A 3 OUNCE BOTTLE?
No, medications, baby formula, baby food, and breast milk are allowed in reasonable quantities exceeding the 3 ounces rule and are not required to be in the zip-top bag. Be sure to declare these items for inspection at the checkpoint. TSA officers may need to open these items to conduct additional screening.