Eastern Airlines began operations in 1926. Eastern became one of the "Big Four" domestic airlines by 1930, and it remained such for the following few decades. Eastern Airlines, an airline with a history of pioneering new routes, is returning to the sky for its latest adventure as the first regular carrier in the U. S. to be authorized since 2007. They are dedicated to restoring awe and magic to air travel by offering underserved regions throughout the world with direct, nonstop flights at the best possible prices.
All Eastern airfares include one carry-on baggage that goes in the overhead storage and one personal object that can fit under the seat. From the time of reservation till arrival at the airport, travelers can add maximum 6 checked luggage weighing up to 32 kg. You can save money by buying checked bags in advance if your ticket does not include them. When the call of adventure comes, you may require more than your standard bag. Depending on the destination, Eastern will accept most sports equipment for a cost. Even if an object is allowed in general, it may be entitled to further inspection. A child restraint system can be checked for free for each child. A baby equipment fee will be charged for any playpen, stroller, or supplementary child restraint device. Over and beyond the limit, standard luggage fees apply.