So, I'm flying United to Kidlitcon in Sacramento, and I'm making sure I can get my stuff there and back. I packed this weekend, and all of my clothes fit into a large plastic freezer bag, and my toiletries take up a sandwich bag. I always travel with an extra pair of shoes. You never know.
IN CASE I need to bring home books, I am bringing my large back pack (the two-weeks-in-Europe-but-fits-in-overhead-compartment size) with another smaller empty back pack inside that.
I think that's enough, since I will be judicious in any books that I bring back. But here's the question that readers everywhere want to know:
How much "reading material" can be carried on and not count toward my one bag?
Carry-on items that are acceptable to transport in the cabin but are fragile or bulky will be considered cabin-seat baggage. Customers can purchase a ticket for a cabin-seat baggage item so that it may be carried on board and transported in a seat.
The following items are allowed and do not count toward your one bag and one personal item limit: