Cello Air Travel

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Cello Air Travel

Air travel is easy with the Prakticello, it fits easy in the overhead bin on the airlines.
March 16, 2015 new rules go into effect.

The U.S. Department of Transportation today issued a final rule to implement section 403 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012, which requires that U.S. airlines accept musical instruments as carry-on or checked baggage on commercial passenger flights, provided that certain conditions are met.

The rule requires that each U.S. carrier subject to this regulation allow a passenger to carry into the cabin and stow a small musical instrument, such as a violin or a guitar, in a suitable baggage compartment, such as the overhead bin or a closet, or under the seats, in accordance with FAA safety regulations and the carrier’s FAA-approved carry-on baggage program.

Please read all details for flying with a musical instrument at the U.S. Department of Transportation website.
U.S. Department of Transportation website.