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Carry-On Baggage

Every aircraft in our fleet is designed to accommodate carry-on baggage. However,whatever you bring aboard must conform to Transport Canada restrictions governing size and weight as outlined below.

Aircraft Carry-on size restrictions Carry-on weight limit
Boeing 737, Dash-8 23cm x 37cm x 51cm
9" X 14.5" X 20" (inches)
5 kg (11 lb)
Twin Otter 23cm x 33cm x 33cm
9" X 13" X 13" (inches)
5 kg (11 lb)
King Air 20cm x 30cm x 33cm
8" X 12" X 13" (inches)
5 kg (11 lb)

As of June 1st 2013, each passenger is only allowed one piece of carry-on baggage, which cannot exceed five (5) kg.

In addition to the carry-on allowances, each passenger may carry, at no additional charge, the following articles:
  • Laptop computer
  • Camera
  • Diaper bag
  • Coat or other outer garment
  • Small purse
  • Umbrella
  • Collapsible stroller
  • Food items in disposable packages
  • Child-restraint device
  • Assistive devices (braces, crutches, walkers and canes)
  • CPAP Machine
  • Portable Oxygen Concentrator (POC)
Carry-on baggage must fit in the sizing device at check-in, as well as under the seat in front of you or in the overhead compartment aboard the aircraft.

Be sure all liquids, aerosols and gels are in containers of 100 ml or less and placed inside a clear plastic, 1-litre re-sealable bag that you will be required to place in a bin at the security check-point.

For a complete list of items you may or may not bring aboard for security reasons, consult the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority guidelines at catsa.gc.ca.

Air Inuit will not accept any lithium battery powered vehicles. Please refer to  Prohibited Items & Dangerous Goods for more details.