Is a laptop bag considered carry-on?

Hear this out loudPauseA good rule of thumb is that if your carry-on bag fits under the seat in front of you, it's considered a personal item. This includes small backpacks, purses, briefcases, laptop bags, etc. Larger bags, including suitcases, must fit in the overhead bin compartment.

Can a computer backpack be a personal item?

Hear this out loudPauseThe short answer: Yes, a backpack is generally considered a personal item if it fits under the seat in front of you. Most airlines offer a few examples of things that fit into the “personal item” category, such as a purse, laptop bag, or a briefcase, but they don't usually include “backpack” on those lists.

Does a laptop bag count as a backpack?

Hear this out loudPauseWhile airline personal item size regulations vary, most airlines consider a small backpack, purse, briefcase, or laptop bag to be a personal item.

Is a computer bag considered a carry-on?

Can I have a backpack and a laptop bag on a plane?

Hear this out loudPauseWill the backpack fit under the seat in front of you? If so, then it probably won't be a problem, since you'll be able to put the strapped-together laptop/carry-on into the overhead bin and keep the backpack under the seat. But if they don't, then you have more than the allowed carry-on luggage.

Do laptops go in hand luggage or suitcase?

Hear this out loudPauseMost electronic devices containing batteries are allowed both in carry-on and checked baggage. Customers can bring cell phones, smartphones, electronic games, tablets, computers, cameras, calculators, etc. General airline regulations suggest that all portable electronic devices are put in your carry-on baggage.

Do you have to take computer out of bag at airport security?

Hear this out loudPausePlease remove the laptops from your bag and place it in a separate bin for X-ray screening. TSA PreCheck® travelers do not need to remove shoes, laptops, 3-1-1 liquids, belts or light jackets.

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