-Count toward the two-piece free baggage allowance for each passenger.
-Be allowed to be transported in multiplicity inside one firearm hard-sided case.
-Ammunition will be:
-Permissible in checked baggage only
-May be placed in the same container as the firearm and must be securely packed in cardboard (fiber), wood, metal boxes, or another packaging specifically designed to carry small amounts of ammunition.
-Customers are limited to 11 pounds (ammunition plus container)
See Southwest’s full requirements here:
Delta Air Lines
-Small arms ammunition is accepted up to (5kg) per person in checked baggage only.
-Gunpowder is never permitted.
-Firearms must be:
-In a locked hard-sided container where the firearm is completely inaccessible
-Cases require locks that only one owner has a key and or code to
-Ammunition must be:
-in the original packaging from the manufacturer
-in packaging specifically designed to carry small amounts of ammunition (fiber, wood, metal)
-Maximum 11 lbs.
-NOT accepted in a loose form or in magazines or clips
See the full list of American Airlines requirement here: https://www.aa.com/i18n/travel-info/baggage/firearms-and-ammunition.jsp
-Will be accepted by a customer who is 18 years or older.
-Curbside check-in is also not permitted.
-International firearm regulations and laws carry by destination and country. Check per destination to ensure the safe arrival of both passengers and belongings.
-The firearm must be locked at the time of acceptance, key or combination must remain in the customer’s possession.
-Customers must sign and date a firearm declaration tag claiming the firearm is not loaded.
-Firearm: one piece of shooting equipment will count as a
-Pistol cases may be available for purchase for $55 as a nonrefundable fee.
-Must be in a separate container from the firearm.
-will not be permitted in carry-on or checked baggage on international flights.
See the full list of JetBlue requirements here: https://www.jetblue.com/help/musical-instruments-and-other-special-items
-Must contact the airline within 72 hours before the flight to request approval and to comply with any government restrictions. If there is no contact you will not be allowed to bring equipment on board.
-Provide adequate licenses and documentation authorization for firearms and ammunition from local and national authorities.
Flying with a firearm is not an easy process but this should aid in traveling. Make sure to check with federal and state laws to stay legally compliant. Some states have different laws about carrying firearms when you arrive at your destination. Don’t fly into trouble and make sure you are staying safe from your friends at Lockdown.