|Carry-on size limit
|Carry-on weight limit
|Boeing 737, Dash-8
23cm X 37cm X 51cm
9" X 14.5" X 20" (inches)
23cm X 33cm X 33cm
9" X 13" X 13" (inches)
|King Air *
20cm X 30cm X 33cm
8" X 12" X 13" (inches)
* Due to limited space on the King Air, carry-on baggage and personal items will be loaded at the back of the aircraft.
In addition to the carry-on allowance, each passenger may carry one of the following items at no additional cost:
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 onboard the aircraft.
Air Inuit will not accept any lithium battery-powered vehicles. Please refer to Prohibited Items & Dangerous Goods for more details.
There are lots of things to think about when planning a trip, and it’s easy to leave luggage to the last minute. But knowing what you can bring on a plane and where to pack it can make going through airport security screening easier. Here are some travel tips from the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA), the organization that performs pre-flight security screening in many Canadian airports.
Keep this advice in mind even if you’re leaving from a smaller airport that doesn’t have CATSA screening services, because screening could happen at a later stage of the journey, either at a transfer point at another airport or on the way home. Planning ahead for security screening means an easier journey through the airport to your final destination.
For additional information or to submit a question, you can visit CATSA’s website at catsa-acsta.gc.ca, call 1-888-294-2202 Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST, or reach out to CATSA on Facebook or Twitter.
For a complete list of non-permitted and prohibited items, please consult the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority guidelines at catsa.gc.ca.