Domestic travel guidelines

Please consider the following when planning for your trip. When US Airways has exercised the ordinary standard of care, it shall not be liable for the loss, damage to, or delay in delivery of any perishable property. US Airways shall not be liable for damage to or damage caused by fragile articles, liquids, or perishables, nor for the loss of, damage to, or delay in:

  • Currency
  • Negotiable papers/securities/documents
  • Precious metals/stones
  • Optics
  • Sound reproduction equipment & related items
  • Antiques/heirlooms/collectibles
  • Blueprints
  • Business samples/equipment/documents and irreplaceable items
  • Jewelry
  • Silverware
  • Spirits
  • Books/manuscripts/publications
  • Natural fur products
  • Keys
  • Photographic/cinematographic audio/video equipment & related items
  • Artistic items
  • Computer hardware/software & related items
  • Lifesaving medication

Passenger responsibility

The Federal Government, in partnership with U.S. Airlines, is working hard to keep every flight safe and secure. To accomplish this goal, airlines are required to comply with federally-mandated checked baggage regulations, and passengers are responsible for deciding whether the items included in both their accessible property and their checked baggage are allowable under the law.