Please ensure your carry-on bags are within the maximum size allowance as indicated below. They are required to fit in the sizing devices located at check-in and boarding gates. Items exceeding the free carry-on allowance will be checked at the gate and customers will be charged applicable baggage fees. Bags will be tagged for delivery to baggage claim area at the passenger’s destination.

Carry-on/ Valet Baggage Allowance:

Pacific Coastal Airline’s carry-on/valet baggage allowance is limited to two pieces: one (1) Standard Article (such as a carry-on bag/roller) and one (1) personal item (such as larger purse, laptop bag, diaper bag).

Max Dimensions and Weights:

 Maximum SizeMaximum Weight
1 Standard Article9" x 15.5" x 21.5"
(23cm x 40cm x 55cm)
1 Personal Article6" x 13" 17"
(16cm x 33cm x 43cm)

The following items are permitted as part of Carry-on baggage allowance

Carry-on bags:
Suitcases, briefcases
Laptop computers
Purses (Female and Male)
Diaper bags, camera cases
Medical equipment (such as CPAP and sleep apnea devices) and Personal Oxygen Concentrators
Pet carriers not exceeding the under-seat dimensions-See our Pet Travel section

The following items (ie: personal item) are permitted in addition to your Carry-on baggage allowance:
Outer garments (e.g. coats, hats)
Assisting devices (e.g. canes, crutches, walkers)
Containers carrying life sustaining items
Urns containing human remains
Strollers (collapsed)
Child restraint devices (ie: car seats) – Note: may not be permitted for use during flight, for more information visit our Car Seat webpage.

Valet Service
Pacific Coastal Airlines offers planeside valet service as an option for our customers to stow their carry-on bags. Due to the smaller dimensions of overhead storage and under seat space, passengers may place larger carry-on items on a planeside cart before boarding. These items will be identified and returned to the cart for retrieval at the foot of the aircraft stairs as customers deplane. Look for the Valet sign and find your bags waiting as you deplane. Fragile or high-value items must be carried into the cabin with you, as long as they fit the carry-on dimensions of the aircraft. They should not be left on the planeside cart.