Jetstar - cabin baggage and tripod


Mar 29, 2009
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#2
Will be ok in your carry on luggage, though i have been stopped from carrying one onboard without it being in my carry on luggage. Crazy crazy rule:dunno:
 

Aug 18, 2008
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#5
Yep, same here..i carried my big manfrotto and had no problem. The only reason they can stop u is if you have too many things along with your tripod for your cabin luggage. Happy Clicking :)
 

Jan 7, 2010
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#6
What do u mean too many things?
I'm going to Bali, one backpack, inside: body, lenses, charger, tripod, compact camera, t-shirt and standart belongings like that
 

Shen siung

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May 21, 2008
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What do u mean too many things?
I'm going to Bali, one backpack, inside: body, lenses, charger, tripod, compact camera, t-shirt and standart belongings like that
You may want to check some similar thread in general discussion forum, and a thread about Tiger airway in Travel forum. There got a lot more CSer sharing their experiences there

It all depends on the airport and airline. Usually 'a lot' means more then 2 pieces. A back pack which follow the size restriction is fine. Another piece of something (like small lap top on a sleeve like case) is also fine. I use to carry a tripod (of about 50 cm folded length on board Jetstar, it is fine).
 

Jan 13, 2010
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I wasn't allowed to take my with me from Denmark to China. Had to check it in.
 

Sol81

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Aug 4, 2009
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I brought my back pack with lens camera and a tripod tied to it. I have another sling bag with clothes --- didnt have any problem. As long as the dimension and weight is within their recomendation I think you shouldnt have any problem.

If u want .. you can call them up to confirm.
 

giantcanopy

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Feb 11, 2007
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#10
They are quite chill with tripods. No issues with them on that.
 

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