Baggage Requirements

Passengers may check up to three pieces of baggage. A passenger checking more than the typical number of bags will need to provide advance notice by contacting Aviation Operations Support at 263-3500, Option 1.

All baggage and hand carry items to be transported and/or transported on aircraft are subject to x-ray and/or search.

ALERT: The carriage of e-cigarettes in not permitted in checked bags. Also, see the FAQ section for prohibition against carrying certain types of batteries in checked bags.

NOTE: The use of Styrofoam coolers or plastic trash bags is not allowed to transport items as checked or carry-on baggage.

Checked baggage weight limit is 50 pounds per bag max. If items 50 lbs it must be shipped as freight. Items shipped from Anchorage as freight must be coordinated with your company representative. If items arriving at the ticket counter exceed 50 lbs you will be required to remove items and repack them to meet this requirement for north bound and south bound baggage. The ticket counter personnel will not be able to provide boxes for this.

Hazardous Materials not allowed on aircraft in either checked-in or hand-carried baggage:

  • Paint; paint thinner
  • Cleaning solvents
  • Sterno fluid
  • Matches
  • Pepper Spray
  • Fire extinguishers
No flammable liquids/solids or corrosives may be transported on the ConocoPhillips aircraft. Contact Aviation Operations Support if you have questions about a particular substance you need to transport.

Passengers will be allowed one personal item (i.e., purse, small briefcase or laptop computer, camera bag, etc.), plus one carry-on bag which cannot exceed the measurement of 14" H x 8"W x 22" L. Carry-on bags that exceed these dimensions must be checked. Items on the TSA Prohibited Item List are not allowed to be carried in checked bags.

Passengers seated in the first row will be limited to one personal item only due to no front seat storage space.


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