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Travel Advisory

BAGGAGE INFORMATION

Knowing the weight limits and baggage guidelines will ensure proper packing to ensure a smooth check-in.

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OVERVIEW

The amount of checked baggage that you can take with you free of charge will vary according to the route, class of travel, terms and conditions of ticket and Enrich tier status.

For most destinations, your free checked baggage allowance is determined by weight (Weight System). If you’re flying to and from North and South America, your baggage will be calculated by the number of pieces you check in (Piece System).

 

Weight System (all destinations except North and South America)

Cabin

Weight / Dimension (length+width+height)

First Class

50 kg (110 lbs) / Not exceeding 158 cm (62 inch)

Business Class

40 kg (88 lbs) / Not exceeding 158 cm (62 inch) 

Economy Class

30 kg (66 lbs) / Not exceeding 158 cm (62 inch)

Infants

One bag with maximum dimensions of 115 cm (45 inch), which may be carried as cabin baggage and;

One fully collapsible baby pushchair or stroller or carrying basket.

The weight of the allowed items may not exceed 10 kg (22 lbs) in total.

The baggage guidelines above will apply to flights from 14 February 2013 onwards irrespective of tickets issued earlier reflecting the lower free allowance