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We want to make life easier for traveling musicians.
With this luggage case, musicians only need one bag to carry (or roll) to the airport. We offer a case with a hard under-shell protecting the instrument coupled to soft material on the inside. The upper chamber of the luggage case will open separately to fit enough clothes to get you through two, perhaps three weeks (or longer depending on your maintenence). When you arrive at your lodging, you can unstrap the baggage containing your clothes from the case of your instrument.
You can carry on or check our luggage case and know your instrument will be safe.
We want to make it possible for you to carry-on your instrument so you can ensure it's optimal safety. Most airlines will allow you to do so:
"You may carry a violin, guitar or other small musical instrument on board as part of your carry-on baggage allowance as long as the instrument is placed in a hard case and there is space in the overhead bins or under the seat in front of you when you board the aircraft." (United Airlines)
You can travel with small musical instruments as your carry-on item on a first come, first serve basis as long as it fits in the overhead bin or fits under the seat in front of you" (American Airlines)
"Musical instruments and/or equipment are accepted as checked baggage, carry-on baggage or cabin-seat baggage — depending on its size and shape — on Delta and Delta Connection® carriers flights¹. Please help us to keep your instrument safe by bringing it in a hard-shell case." (Delta)
Our bags fit in U.S. carrier overhead bins for carry-on luggage. Our luggage case is only 12 inches thicker than a standard hard instrument case.
"I've traveled on American Airlines, Delta, and Norweigian and I've never had any issues carrying on my bass. They understand musicians need their instruments." -Alyssa Sanders
" WASHINGTON – 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.
“At DOT, we know how important instruments are to musicians and are committed to doing everything we can to ensure that they are not damaged while being transported on airlines,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx. “This final rule implements the statute, and it will go a long way towards keeping instruments safe when they fly – from allowing them in the cabin if there’s space for safe stowage, to letting passengers buy a seat for certain large instruments.”
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. "
Harvey, Caitlin. “U.S. Department of Transportation Issues Final Rule Regarding Air Travel with Musical Instruments.” US Department of Transportation, United States Department of Transportation, 30 Dec. 2014, www.transportation.gov/briefing-room/us-department-transportation-issues-final-rule-regarding-air-travel-musical.