Air Travel Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Come explore the new Fodor’s Forum
    by ibobi Fodor's Editor | Posted on Dec 4, 17 at 08:03 PM
View all Air Travel activity »
  1. 1 FOR TEC*H SUP0RTT 1800-681}-7208 INSTALLATIONS ISSUES CONTACT CARE beचुआ
  2. 2 How Many Passport Pages?
  3. 3 Transat vs Air Canada..which one ?
  4. 4 Iceland air
  5. 5 Air China? EVA? Business Class
  6. 6 US border preclearance
  7. 7 Are you planning to fly AA in December?
  8. 8 Layover time in Los Angeles
  9. 9 RyanAir Carry-On
  10. 10 FLY DOMESTICALLY WITH NYS DRIVER'S LICENSE ONLY??
  11. 11 Air Berlin is Kaput
  12. 12 Trip Report Very bad experience in AMS
  13. 13 traveling thru Sal Salvador airport with quick layover
  14. 14 OK to Book via United's U.K. site--& What Happened to 1-Way Bookings?
  15. 15 Trip Report So lucky on Lufthansa
  16. 16 Carry on question.
  17. 17 Traveling with two passports, with different names.
  18. 18 IBERIA BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE
  19. 19 Virgin Atlantic's "Virgin Redhead"!
  20. 20 Is $746.00 a good deal to Europe Round-Trip?
  21. 21 Delta JFK connection 1H40M from Inter'l to Domestic. Do-able?
  22. 22 LH bid for Premium Economy
  23. 23 JFK international terminal to domestic terminal - how much time?
  24. 24 $1500 to Europe economy in May- buy now or wait?
  25. 25 Changing Airlines at EWR
View next 25 » Back to the top

Spirit Carryon Questions

Jump to last reply

Spirit Airlines to Caribbean - Need help w/carryon question.
Posted by: mlbcruiser on May 21, 13 at 5:11pm
Posted in: Caribbean Islands
Jump to last reply Add a Reply
Share with a Friend
Report Abuse Can't find a good place to ask this question, but since in this case it is in regard to a flight to the caribbean, I'm asking it on this forum.

We have to fly Spirit Airlines to the caribbean as that is the carrier that provided the air with the pkg. vacation we purchased. . We do NOT want to pay their carryon fee. According to their website, passengers can bring on a personal item (examples are handbags & backpacks), but the size limit is: 16 in. x 14 in. 12 in. . What I am wondering is how strict they will be regarding the actual no. of inches? The reason? I have found several very moderately sized backpacks that are exactly 17 " in length, top to bottom. . All of the other measurements are within the allowed size. Does anyone have experience w/Spirit and know just how strongly they adhere to the exact size to the inch?
Would like to hear from someone who really knows Spirit's tendency and has flown with them. Thanks for any help!
2 Replies | Jump to last reply | Add a Reply
Report Abuse
blamona on May 21, 13 at 8:06pm Most of the time you'll be fine. Sometimes they have a rod iron "cutout" that you can place your bag for size at the gate. If it doesn't come up easily (and it will be bigger with stuff in it) then they make you check it in at the gate. Check ins at the gate aren't charged.

4 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement