This policy applies to all Chrono Aviation flights operated by Chrono Jet on our Dash-8 and/or Boeing 737 aircraft. If your itinerary includes a flight operated by another airline, you must contact that carrier for information specific to their carry-on baggage program.
Not sure what you can bring on board with you? Take the guesswork out of packing by reviewing our carry-on guidelines.
Regardless of your destination, you can bring 1 standard article and 1 personal article.
Maximum dimensions include wheels and handles.
Your carry-on baggage must be light enough that you can store it in the overhead bin unassisted.
Examples of standard or personal articles (as determined by their size)
Carry-on bag, roller bag, backpack, diaper bag, briefcase, Electronic device (e.g. Laptop computer)
Cat or small dog in its carrier
Airport shopping and duty-free purchases
Sport racquet (e.g. tennis, squash, badminton), musical instrument
Camera bag, diplomatic or consular bag
Restricted and prohibited items
While specific restrictions apply to the transport of some items, other items cannot be brought onto the plane at all. We’ve provided a partial list on our Restricted and Prohibited Items page.
Should you have any questions about our Carry-on baggage policy or to validate if you or can’t bring an item, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Other special items
Here are examples of other items you can bring on board in addition to your carry-on allowance:
Coat or other outer garment
Small purse measuring no more than 25cm x 30xm x 14cm (10in x 12in x 5.5in)
Larger purses will be included in your carry-on allowance
Child restraint device (if a seat has been purchased for your child) – see Child Restraint Devices for more information
Snacks or food to eat onboard
All food must be wrapped or in a container
You cannot consume your own alcoholic beverages on board
One book of matches per passenger
Butane (Bic-type) lighters
Electronic cigarettes (or e-cigarettes), provided they remain stowed and unused in your carry-on baggage.
Most electronic devices are acceptable as carry-on baggage however, certain devices can interfere with navigational and/or communication equipment. As a result. The Canadian Aviation Regulations have prohibited their use while onboard all aircraft. These items are:
Printers and computer peripheral devices
Radio controlled toys
Wireless computer mouse
Always carry your prescription medication on-board in your carry-on baggage. This is especially important if you are taking medication for heart diseases, diabetes or seizures. Passenger with severe allergies should carry one or more EpiPens as they would under any other circumstances.
Medical or mobility device
The following items are allowed at all times, in addition to your carry-on allowance:
Mobility aids (e.g. braces, cane, crutches, walker)
Battery-powered medical equipment (Contact us to ensure admissibility)
Medication in its original, labelled container
Syringes or hypodermic needles for personal medical use (e.g. EpiPen), provided the needle guards are intact, and that they are accompanied by the prescription medication with a printed label identifying the medication name and issuing medical office or pharmacy.
Cremated remains may be carried on board, in addition to your carry-on allowance, provided it meets the size regulation. The cremated remains must be carried in a tight sealed container to avoid any spillage. A cardboard or wooden box is acceptable. You must carry a certificate from a crematorium due to enhanced security purposes.
Wedding dresses can be carried on board and stored in the overhead bin provided the garment bag does not exceed maximum carry-on limits. Note that items in the overhead bin can shift during the flight, possibly causing delicate pieces to be wrinkled, crushed or torn.