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Re: Equipment cases and airline travel

remember the 50 pound limit. Otherwise you get dinged for overweight.

No experience with Gator cases. But make sure whatever case is certified for flying - especially if flying out of North America. I got what I think is a great deal from Dinosaur Cases in Vancouver BC. Custom made cases for what would be around $350 USD. VERY VERY heavy duty.

Mine don't have the dorky dinosaur on the outside


richard sales
glassWing farm and studio
vancouver island, b.c.

On 25-Apr-07, at 1:02 PM, kkissinger@kevinkissinger.com wrote:

Quoting Daryl Shawn <highhorse@mhorse.com>:

Not to discourage any further responses, at all, but there was an
excellent discussion on traveling with gear sometime last year, look
for "Cabin baggage" in the archives.

Thank you, Daryl. I looked at the thread and it confirmed my apprehensions about airline travel with musical instruments and equipment.

Donovan, I've had my eye on some of the Gator ATA racks. I think I'll be able to get by with a shallow rack. Thanks for the info.

The challenge may be to see how light I can travel.

-- Kevin