Your first checked bag flies free!*
*Up to 30lbs
Baggage Fees and Dimensions
|1st Checked Bag||Up to 30 lbs||Not to exceed 62 inches in overall dimension (length + width + height)||No Charge|
|International 1st Checked Bag (Bahamas)||Up to 50 lbs||Not to exceed 62 inches in overall dimension (length + width + height)||No Charge|
|1st Checked Bag (30lbs +)||30-50 lbs, over 50 lbs additional charge (100 lbs max)||Exceeding 62 inches in overall dimension||$25.00|
|Additional Checked Bags||Up to 30 lbs||Not to exceed 62 inches in overall dimension (length + width + height)||$25.00 each|
|Additional Checked Bags||30-50 lbs, over 50 lbs additional charge (100 lbs max)||Exceeding 62 inches in overall dimension||+ $25.00 each|
|1 Carry-On Bag||Up to 14 lbs||Not to exceed 45 inches in overall dimension (length + width + height)||No Charge|
|Pets*||–||Pet must be in a carrier not to exceed 17”x 18” x 10.5” and must fit under the seat. Limit 2 per flight – first come first served||$50.00|
|Golf Bag*||Up to 30 lbs||–||$50.00|
|Wheel Chair||Up to 75 lbs||–||No Charge|
|Sporting Equipment*||Up to 30 lbs||–||$25.00|
|Checked Musical Instrument*||Up to 30 lbs||–||$25.00|
Carry On 3-1-1
TSA and their security partners conducted extensive explosives testing since August 10, 2006 and determined that liquids, aerosols and gels, in limited quantities, are safe to bring aboard an aircraft. The one bag limit per traveler limits the total amount each traveler can bring. Consolidating the bottles into one bag and X-raying them separately from the carry-on bag enables security officers to quickly clear the items.
3-1-1 for Carry On items:
3.4 ounce (100ml) bottle or less (by volume) ; 1 quart-sized, clear, plastic, zip-top bag; 1 bag per passenger placed in screening bin. One-quart bag per person limits the total liquid volume each traveler can bring. 3.4 ounce (100ml) container size is a security measure.
To Ensure Quick Checkpoint Experiences:
Be prepared. Each time TSA searches a carry-on it slows down the line. Practicing 3-1-1 will ensure a faster and easier checkpoint experience. 3-1-1 is for short trips. If in doubt, put your liquids in checked luggage.
Declare larger liquids:
Medications, baby formula and food, and breast milk are allowed in reasonable quantities exceeding three ounces and are not required to be in the zip-top bag. Declare these items for inspection at the checkpoint. Officers may need to open these items to conduct additional screening.
Passengers Connecting to Public Charters from Another Airline
If you are connecting to or from one of our flights, take advantage of technology by printing your connecting* boarding cards either at home before your departure or at one of our check-in locations. Counter and Gate Agents will do their best to provide priority boarding and re-entry through security for those passengers having to exit the secure area to claim checked baggage, check in again and re-enter through TSA Security. Please allow a minimum of 2 hours (3 hours in Dallas-DFW and Nashville -BNA) between connecting flights if you are checking baggage to ensure you make your connecting flights.
When you check-in, your baggage will be identified as checked and connecting baggage so that Agents can help expedite the delivery of checked baggage for added convenience. Communication and information are key…We are happy to help you get to your connecting flight faster but our success in that task depends on the information you provide! Please make your travel planner aware of your connection or, if booking directly with us, add your connecting flight information to your reservation through your Public Charters, Inc. account. Just log in, select your flight by clicking on it, then click on “Click [HERE} to provide your connecting flight details”. If you need assistance, contact our Call Center at (877)359-7595.
* Please note that Public Charters, Inc. boarding cards are NOT available to print online or in advance.
On Duty Military Personnel
US Government Military Personnel traveling on duty may check bags for free and are not subject to additional baggage fees. Personnel must be dressed in uniform and present a valid US Government Military ID at check-in.
Corporate Flight Management’s Baggage Liability Policy:
Carrier will not accept any liability for loss of or damage to any baggage carried into the cabin. Carrier will accept liability,to the extent permitted by law, only for the checked baggage presented by the passenger and for which a baggage receipt issued by Carrier is presented as proof of check-in.
Money, negotiable papers, securities, medicines, jewelry, silverware, precious metals, sporting equipment, cameras, lenses, radios, camcorders, electronic equipment or other similar items shall not be placed in checked baggage. Carrier will not be responsible or liable for any loss or damage resulting from theft, loss, or damage to any such items.
Carrier will accept cloth, canvas, vinyl and any soft-sided bag as passenger’s checked baggage but accepts absolutely no responsibility or liability for damage to such type of baggage. Acceptance of such type soft-sided baggage by Carrier shall be at the passenger’s own risk.
All medicines and medications will not be accepted as checked baggage and must be hand-carried by the passenger. Carrier will not be liable for any medical complications and/or expenses incurred by passenger as a result of any medicines or medications being included in passenger’s checked baggage and not readily available while in transit. Carrier will not be responsible for any loss or damage resulting from the theft or loss of or damage to any such items.
Carrier will refuse to knowingly accept any articles listed on the www.tsa.gov website as items prohibited to be carried on-board an aircraft.
This includes, but is not limited to:
Firearms and ammunition
Any liquids as baggage or otherwise
Any other articles not suitably packed for transportation in the Aircraft
Any article listed in the Technical Instruction For The Safe Transport Of Dangerous Goods By Air approved and published by decision of the Council of the ICAO
Any article listed in the Official Air Transport Restricted Articles Tariff and any revisions thereto or reissues thereof, as issued by Airline Tariff Publishing Company
Such articles will be accepted only in conformity with the above named tariff and ICAO instructions.
Except as otherwise provided herein, Carrier’s liability for loss of, damage to or loss or inconvenience due to the delay in the delivery of passengers’ checked baggage shall not exceed the actual cash value of the property (other than the items described in Article 10.4, 10.5 and 10.6 hereof, for which Carrier accepts no responsibility) to a maximum liability of $1,250.00 for each passenger; up to a maximum of 44 pounds for each passenger. If the weight of the passenger’s checked baggage is not endorsed on the baggage check, it shall be conclusively presumed that the total weight of the checked baggage is the maximum weight of 44 pounds accepted by Carrier. Higher valuation insurance coverage for checked baggage is not provided by Carrier. Passengers desiring additional insurance coverage above the Carrier’s baggage liability limits as stated herein should obtain such insurance coverage from a private insurance carrier.
Carrier is not a part of participant in any interline passenger or baggage transfer agreement with any other commercial or private air carrier, transportation company (i.e., bus, taxi, limousine, delivery service, shipping line, transfer company, etc.), hotel, individual or other entity. Any baggage being transferred to or from the Aircraft by such carriers, companies, individuals or entities, with or without the knowledge of the passenger, shall be at the passenger’s own risk. Carrier’s liability for passenger checked baggage, as and to the extent provided herein, shall commence upon acceptance and issuance by Carrier of Carrier’s baggage receipt at check-in and shall terminate upon return of such checked baggage at the designated baggage claim area at the destination airport.
Loss and Damage:
All incidents of missing or damaged baggage must be reported to the Carrier’s representative at the destination airport by the passenger, in person and before leaving the airport terminal. Checked baggage taken from the terminal building of the destination airport will be considered to have been received in good condition by the passenger, and no baggage claim will be accepted after baggage has been removed from the terminal building at the destination airport.
Change and Cancellation Information Applies to the Sky Family Only
The fees below apply only to bookings made directly through Regional Sky and the Regional Sky brand family only. (Such as Texas Sky, or North Country Sky)
Bookings made through online services such as Priceline.com, Cheapoair.com, and Orbitz.com are subject to the rules of that reseller. Customers must contact those services directly to make changes and cancellations
Itinerary Changes & Cancellation Fees
Regional Sky tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE. Itinerary changes and cancellations are permitted (based on availability) subject to a change/cancellation fee. Any remaining value from the ticket will be held as a credit for use toward a future flight for up to one year from the date of cancellation or by the end date of the current US DOT approved filing, whichever comes first. Changes are not permitted on a round trip after the outbound flight has been flown. US Military Personnel traveling on duty may make changes and cancellations free of charge when providing US Government Military ID.
|Description||US Domestic Flights|
|Itinerary Changes made at least 24 hours prior to departure||$25.00 per person/per segment + any additional costs of the new itinerary|
|Itinerary Changes made 24 Hours or less prior to departure||100% of the Ticket Price forfeited. You pay the cost of the new itinerary|
|Substitutions||$25.00 per person|
|Cancellations made at least 24 hours prior to departure||$25.00 per person/per segment|
|Cancellations 24 hours or less prior to departure||100% of the Ticket Price forfeited|
Unaccompanied Minors (UM) are children between 5 and 11 years of age who are traveling without an adult (at least 18 years of age). An Unaccompanied Minor Fee of $100 for each flight segment will be charged in addition to the regular fare. UM paperwork must be completed prior to departure.
Public Charters cannot accept Unaccompanied Minors with connecting flights or on International flights.
Children younger than 2 years old at the time of travel, may travel for free as long as they sit on the lap of another passenger who is 18 years or older. They MUST be included on the reservation at the time the booking is made along with their full name and date of birth. Passengers arriving at the airport without a reservation for lap children may be denied boarding for their child.
If you would like your infant to occupy his or her own seat, the full available fare applies. A child safety seat is also required.
Child Restraint Systems
A child/infant safety seat will be allowed in the passenger compartment if the passenger:
- Has reserved a seat for the child
- Has an approved child seat
The seat will be inspected during check-in to ensure it is an approved child safety seat that meets the following criteria:
- The child/infant restraint seat must have a solid back and seat and restraint straps installed to securely hold the child to the seat. The restraint seat must be able to be properly secured by the seat belt to the passenger seat.
- Seats approved for use during takeoff and landing as well as in flight use
- Child restraint seats manufactured between January 1, 1981 and February 25, 1985 must bear the following label to be considered acceptable:
“THIS CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM CONFORMS TO ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS.”
Vests and harness-type child restraint systems manufactured before February 26, 1985, bearing the above label are not approvedfor use, and must be checked or stowed in the overhead bin.
- Child restraint seats manufactured after February 26, 1985 which are certified for use in aircraft must have two (2) labels:
“THIS CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM CONFORMS TO ALL APPLICABLE FEDERAL MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS.”
“THIS RESTRAINT IS CERTIFIED FOR USE IN MOTOR VEHICLES AND AIRCRAFT.” (In red lettering)
- Seats bearing EITHER a label showing approval of a foreign government OR a label showing that the seat was manufactured under the standards of the United Nations.
- Child Aviation Restraint System (CARES) may not be used on seats where the restraining strap will interfere with the proper stowage of the tray table.
In accordance with FAR 121.311, effective September 3, 1996, the following types of restraints are prohibited for use on board aircraft:
- Booster type seats with no hard back or restraints.
- Lap held child restraints
- Vest and Harness Type restraint systems
- Belly Belts
- Unlabeled seats and seats manufactured before January 1, 1981
The only Flight Vests usable during cruise flight are the Baby B’Air Flight Vests. These flight vests are prohibited from use during taxi, takeoff, and landing. The flight vest may only be used by lap children provided the vest is attached to an adult’s seatbelt, and the child is not 2 years old or older.
Adult passengers (18 and over) are required to show a U.S. federal or state-issued photo ID in order to be allowed to go through the checkpoint and onto their flight.
The TSA understands passengers occasionally arrive at the airport without an ID, due to lost items or inadvertently leaving them at home. Not having an ID, does not necessarily mean a passenger won’t be allowed to fly. If passengers are willing to provide additional information, TSA has other means of substantiating someone’s identity, like using publicly available databases.
Passengers who are cleared through this process may be subject to additional screening. Passengers whose identity cannot be verified by TSA may not be allowed to enter the screening checkpoint or onto an airplane.
Acceptable IDs include:
- U.S. passport
- U.S. passport card
- DHS “Trusted Traveler” cards (NEXUS, SENTRI, FAST)
- U.S. Military ID (active duty or retired military and their dependents, and DOD civilians)
- Permanent Resident Card
- Border Crossing Card
- DHS-designated enhanced driver’s license
- Drivers Licenses or other state photo identity cards issued by Department of Motor Vehicles (or equivalent)
- A Native American Tribal Photo ID
- An airline or airport-issued ID (if issued under a TSA-approved security plan)
- A foreign government-issued passport
- Canadian provincial driver’s license or Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) card
- Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC)
- Non-US/Canadian citizens are not required to carry their passports if they have documents issued by the U.S. government such as Permanent Resident Cards.Those who do not should be carrying their passports while visiting the U.S.
This standardization of the list of accepted documents better aligns TSA with other DHS components, including Customs and Border Protection, and REAL ID benchmarks.
(found in Section 1560.103 of the Secure Flight Final Rule):
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA)of the US Department of Homeland Security requires us to collect information from you to for the purpose Watchlist screening, under the authority of 49 U.S.C. section 114, the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 and 49 C.F.R parts 1540 and 1560. You may also provide your Redress Number, if available. This information is voluntary, however, if it is not provided you may be subject to result in additional screening or denied transport or authorization to enter a sterile area. TSA may share this information with law enforcement or intelligence agencies or others under its published system of records notice. For more on TSA privacy policies, or to review the system of records notice and the privacy impact assessment, please see the TSA Web site at www.tsa.gov.
If you have any concerns about required documentation or have any special requests, please contact our Customer Service Department at 8773597595 Travelers that are deaf or hearing impaired can use a relay service to contact us or email us at email@example.com.
Notify Regional Sky
Passengers with special needs or who require assistance at the airport or in flight must note this in the memo field if booking on-line. Regional Sky will do our best to ensure our passengers are accommodated with their special needs. Please call 877-359-7595 for more details or to add this information into an existing reservation.
Passengers with disabilities can obtain a copy of 14 CFR Part 382 Regulations in an accessible format from the Department of Transportation by any of the following means:
- For calls made from within the United States, by telephone via the Toll-Free Hotline for Air Travelers with Disabilities at 1-800-778-4838 (voice) or 1-800-455-9880 (TTY),
- By telephone to the Aviation Consumer Protection Division at 202-366-2220 (voice) or 202-366-0511 (TTY),
- By mail to the Air Consumer Protection Division, C-75, U.S. Department of Transportation, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE., West Building, Room W96-432, Washington, DC 20590, and
- On the Aviation Consumer Protection Division’s Web site (http://www.dot.gov/airconsumer)
Wheelchair Assistance at the Airport
Passengers who need a wheelchair from their departing airport may request one from Check-In or Gate staff at the airport while checking in on the day of travel. If wheelchair assistance is needed from the curb, passengers may request one from any available Sky Cap. Should a wheelchair be needed at their arriving airport gate, passenger must notify the check-in staff from their departing airport, which will notify the arriving airport.
Portable Oxygen Concentrators
Passengers traveling with portable oxygen concentrators on Public Charters, Inc. flights must adhere to the following requirements:
The following portable oxygen concentrators are approved for use on CFM aircraft:
- Inogen One
- Delphi RS-00400
- Invacare XP02
- AirSep Lifestyle
The AirSep Lifestyle device must have a sticker affixed to the inside cover stating “RTCA/DO—1600 21 category M Compliant” to indicate that it has been modified for air travel. If the AirSep Lifestyle Device does not have this sticker; it will not be accepted for use on board.
- AirSep Freestyle
- SeQual Eclipse
- Respironics EverGo
- Portable oxygen concentrators can’t be used when seated at an exit row or bulkhead seat.
- Passenger must provide a letter from a licensed physician that states user has the physical and cognitive ability to take appropriate action in response to cautions and warnings broadcast by the oxygen concentrator. The letter must also indicate whether or not oxygen use is medically necessary for all or a portion of a trip, and it must specify the maximum oxygen flow rate corresponding to the pressure in the cabin of the aircraft under normal operating conditions.
Portable Oxygen Concentrators Not Listed
Portable oxygen concentrators not listed above may not be used on board. They will be permitted as carry-on or checked baggage only under the following conditions:
- It must be empty and free of pressure.
- The battery should be removed and packaged separately or o It should have a recessed battery terminal and the packaged battery terminals should not contact any metal objects.
- When not in use, the device must be stowed under the seat in front of the user or in stowage location so that it does not block an aisle or the entryway into the row. Personal oxygen systems containing liquid oxygen are not accepted on board.
Base Fares and Taxes
Ticket prices include the base fare (our cost to you) plus all of the government and airport imposed travel taxes or fees. The taxes and fees are shown itemized for each booking. The following table breaks down the percent of taxes that are already included in the ticket price.
*Taxes and fees are subject to change at the discretion of the charging entity.
|Tax or Fee||Amount||US Domestic||International|
|U.S. Federal Excise Tax||7.5% of Base Fare||(Yes) Included in base fare||N/A|
|U.S. International Arrival and Departure Tax||$17.70 per person||N/A||YES (Applies to both U.S. Departures and U.S. Arrivals)|
|U.S. Federal Segment Fee||$4.00 per person||Yes (Charged Per Flight Segment-1 departure & 1 arrival) Exception: MBL-MDW-MBL EXEMPT||N/A|
|U.S. TSA Security Fee||$5.60 per person||Yes (Charged per one way flight)||Yes (Charged per one way flight)|
|U.S. Passenger Facility Fee||Up to $4.50 per person||Yes (Charged on each Departing Airport Check-In)||Yes (Charged on each U.S. Departing Airport Check-In)|
|U.S. Animal and Plant Inspection Fee||$5.00 per person||N/A||YES (Charged on first U.S. Airport of Entry)|
|U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Fee||$7.00 per person||N/A||YES (Charged on first U.S. Airport of Entry)|
|International Government & Airport Taxes and Fees||Varies||N/A||YES (May be Charged upon International Airport Arrivals and Departures)|
|U.S. Customs Fee||$5.50 per person||N/A||YES (Charged upon first U.S. Airport or Entry Point)|