Standard baggage regulations for tickets issued effective 1 June 2012

Here you will find details of the changes to the free baggage allowance which will apply to tickets issued from 1 June 2012.


 

Basic rules for free baggage per person: in Economy Class one bag weighing up to 23 kg, in Premium Economy Class two bags each up to 23 kg, in Business Class two bags each up to 32 kg, in First Class three bags each up to 32 kg. The maximum dimensions per item of baggage are 158 cm (width + height + depth).

Items of baggage that are larger or heavier than the permitted dimensions and weight or that are additional to the free baggage allowance will be carried as excess baggage for a flat fee. Items that weigh more than 32 kg will be transported by air freight for a charge. For further information, please visit the ‘Excess and Special Baggage’ page.

Information on the carrying of hand luggage

 
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Extended free baggage rules for:

Status customers



A higher free baggage allowance applies to Frequent Travellers, Senators, HON Circle Members and Star Alliance Gold members.

Further information for status customers

Passengers with sports baggage

Sports bags can be checked in free of charge as part of your permitted free baggage allowance.


Further information for passengers with sports baggage


Passengers with children


Children under two years of age generally have a free baggage allowance of one bag up to 23 kg. Children aged two and over enjoy the same free baggage allowance as adults.

Free baggage rules for children


Certain routes


Specific free baggage allowances apply to Economy Class passengers on certain routes.



Exceptions for Economy Class

 
 
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Most Significant Carrier Rule (MSC)

This rule states that on flights which are operated by several airlines, the baggage regulations of the airline that operates the geographically longest or most significant stretch of the journey apply.

Separate rules apply to USA flights:
Special regulations USA