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    flying to hawaii the end of january on Alaska airlines and they have the similar policy as air canada.
    while I don't want to check my stuff the one thing I do not want to check is my digital slr....now I hope that is ok.
    I have a small bag that I carry it and my other lens and my netbook in....
    as long as these things I am still able to carry on I will happy.


      Bluedenim...the no carry-on rule for flights between Canada and the U.S. is not an airline policy but from Transport Canada. ALL airlines flying between Canada and the U.S> must ban carry ons.

      However, this might change in January.
      Editor--One Bag, One World: News, Reviews & Community for Light Travelers.

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        Here's how you solve the Air Canada and Alaska problem:

        Pack to two bags; one to keep and one to lose.
        Tom Welch > Mesa, Arizona, USA

        Travel Lite & Smart