can you carry this bag on an airplane? I'm looking for a bag to carry on a bcd, fins, maks, snorkel, boot, regulator. can I use this bag for carrying on this equipment?
But no its way too big. U would have to check it.
I just used it to haul 2 BC, 3 pair of fins, 3 masks, 2 pair neoprene boots, and some other misc stuff to Hawaii for a week of diving. I changed planes twice each way and my stuff was well protected no issues with zippers failing or material ripping or scuffing.
It is my personal belief that the bag would be too large for carry-on with most airlines.
It has been a good bag for me, nothing fancy just basic dive bag.
This is a huge bag,only way you're gonna carry it on an an airplane is if it's your own personal airplane.
I'm not sure, I haven't taken any flights with my gear. I think that the bag may be to large for a carry on, I would say that you would have to check the flight restictions to see what the exact carry on size limits are.
no, you cannot carry this on. it?s a little large for that.
Great for the belly of the plane but too large for a carry on. It holds all of my husband's scuba equipment (he is 6'2), with plenty of extra room. It is very large though.
Most airlines restrict carry-on bags to 22" x 9" x 14" or length + width + height to less than 45". If you pack this soft sided bag to stay under these restrictions you'll be able to carry it on. If you pack it full you'll be over the limit. This is a great SCUBA gear bag by the way.
Thanks Richard, I'm looking for a bag that I can carry on and include a XL BCD. Any ideas?
No, this bag is much too large for carry on.
No, you cannot - check in only. This bag is way too big for a carry on.
Would you feel comfortable check this bag with gear in it? Is there a way of locking it down?
I used this bag to carry all of my dive gear on a recent trip to Dubai. It worked great. I packed all of my gear plus a few odds and ends that wouldn't fit in my suitcase. Plenty of room and held up fine.
Thank you for responding. also, would you feel comfortable checking this bag with dive equipment in it?
Most airlines specify 14x9x22 as largest size for a carry on bag, although they allow some leeway. If packed anywhere near full this bag would be too large for overhead or underseat stowing, and would have to be checked.
I think it would be too big. Unless it doesn't matter how long it is. The bag is much bigger than I was expecting. Check the dimensions. The height and width aren't bad, it's just the length that's a possible issue.
This is a well made bag of sturdy material that is of a good size to fit your items. You will need to check with the airline for their size and item restrictions.