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From: Brian on 30 Jul 2010 23:18
On Thu, 29 Jul 2010 22:25:33 -0700, RayC <ray(a)compressorstuff.com>
>I think that sometimes, even though there are rules in place, many
>airline employees will overlook them from time to time ... especially
>for pleasant customers. Of course, if you become a PITA at the counter,
>be prepared to get the whole rule book tossed at you. ;-)
We weren't unpleasant but i didn't see any carryon being weighed. Then
again, i don't remember anyone being unpleasant. <G>
From: Brian on 30 Jul 2010 23:19
On Fri, 30 Jul 2010 15:35:50 -0400, gmbeasley(a)mindspring.com wrote:
>On Thu, 29 Jul 2010 22:25:33 -0700, RayC <ray(a)compressorstuff.com>
>>On 7/29/2010 5:19 PM, Brian wrote:
>>> We went to Hawaii last fall and flew twice on Hawaiian. We didn't have
>>> the carryon weighed either time and we were able to check in online
>>> the night before.
>>> I wonder if they have changed since we were there.
>This was in June 2010, so I guess the rules have changed.
>Skyways (or some such name) that is a partner with Delta and we flew
>on this same trip into West Yellowstone with a little 30 seat plane
>also weighs the carryon, but you can check in 24 hours in advance. In
>West Yellowstone, the TSA people that inspect your luggage do it right
>in the lobby. There's only one gate at that airport.
We were on 717's in Hawaii.