Actually, it occurs to me now that if you buy full-price seats for your four guitars, they might allow that and then you will have them all on-board in the cabin. But you have to check beforehand with the airline if that is allowed (for more than one guitar). If so, I hope you give them funny names as you buy the ticketsMontgomery wrote: ↑Thu Jun 15, 2017 4:46 pmI'll probably be taking four so I guess taking them on the plane might be out of the question. None of them have Brazilian rosewood so I should be ok with that. I hadn't planned on driving to Cyprus but I will have a look into that, could be a fun option! Thanks for your replies.
Not anymore. By law, in the US, you can take your guitar on board with you as long as there is room when you board. On a standard size plane, priority boarding or simply asking to board early is pretty good insurance.
That sounds like a good plan! Make sure the guitars are well packed (guitar in the case with no room to move, case in a paper box and stabilised with foam peanuts or something similar, and a "fragile" label on the box). Have a safe move to Cyprus!
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