Traveling from Alaska to Montana to conduct a wedding next week, want to be armed while in MT but have 2 12 hour layovers in Seattle, is it work dealing with declaration of firearms at sea tac?
If so, what are the legalities of carrying our luggage around Seattle for a few hours or does the airport have good lockers?
I would imagine your checked bags will stay checked until your final destination. You should not see them during the layover.
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Yes, this is what happens.
Same airline for both legs? If so, the checked bag should end up at the final destination, shouldn’t see it.
If you leave the luggage checked, you can always try using a hammock at the airport.
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