According to TSA,Yesyou can bring an inflated basketball onto an airplane as long as it does not exceed the dimensions of a carryon for that airline. Your only issue will be that the basketball may be an awkward item to pack in your carryon. There are many ways you could pack and secure a basketball on your carryon or suitcase.
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Can you bring sports balls on a plane?
Sports balls–like basketballs, footballs, and soccer balls–don’t have to be deflated if you want to bring them on the plane. You can just carry them on, according to The Daily Meal. But remember we told you that you can also bring heavy balls like bowling balls and bocce balls on the plane even if they’re solid to the core?
Can you bring a baseball bat on a plane?
Baseball Bats. Carry On Bags: No; Checked Bags: Yes; Sports equipment that can be used as a bludgeon (such as bats and clubs) is prohibited in the cabin of the plane and must be transported in your checked baggage.
Can you bring a globe on a plane with you?
So if the globe is larger than a tennis ball, you have to put it in a checked bag. If it’s smaller than a tennis ball, you can put it in your carry-on. But, according to The Washington Post, the globe (and its base) must fit into the quart-sized bag with the rest of your liquid.
Can you bring an inflated or deflated football on a plane?
2. Re: Inflated or deflated football on plane? Cabin pressure more like 8,000 feet so you’ll definitely have the possibility of it growing. I would at least reduce the air pressure a bit but then you have to figure out how to blow it up again when you land. You’ll definitely notice it with inflated items but not so much that it’s likely to explode.