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MyGoFlight PLC Commuter Flight Bag

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Part# 11-20198
MFR Model# BAG-1120

Overview

The new PLC Commuter is the latest addition to MyGoFlight's amazing line of flight bags. Made from rugged ballistic nylon, this bag is engineered to fit the lifestyles of aviators and travelers that bring both style and durability. This is your ultimate grab and go bag built to securely hold all of your flight essentials. This flight bag is the ultimate solution for storing and protecting the essentials needed for any destination. Mesh pockets allow you to see your items inside. The Flight Bag PLC Commuter is designed by pilots for pilots to be the ultimate travel companion.
   
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Features

  • Rugged Ballistic Nylon
  • YKK Zippers
  • Free-standing shell with upgraded padding
  • Soft leather top handle
  • Quick grab exterior pockets for water bottle or radio
  • The main compartment holds 1 headset
  • Laptop & iPad storage in a separate compartment
  • Interior mesh pockets so you can see your gear
  • Water-resistant

Specifications

DimensionsH: 11" W: 14" D: 6"

Laptop Dimensions:Fits up to 13" laptops & tablets

Weight:2 lbs 1 oz

Primary Material:Ballistic Nylon

Carry-On size and weight allowances vary by airline. Please check your airline's policy before you travel.

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