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Checkmytrip.com: Important Baggage Notice

When using checkmytrip.com, please note that when Amadeus made a recent revision of that web site, they accidentally caused all flights on the site to display the information that only one piece of checked luggage is allowed. This is incorrect and is a bug in their system. For better information on luggage, see below:

Carry-on baggage

Most airlines allow at least one (1) piece of standard carry-on baggage and one (1) personal item. Carry-on baggage should not exceed 8" x 16" x 21" (21 cm x 40 cm x 54 cm) and the weight should not exceed 10 kg (22 lbs). Sample carry-on items include small bags and small suitcases, briefcases, laptop computer bags, diaper bags, camera cases, etc. Most check-in locations provide a sizing unit where you can double-check that your carry-on luggage mets the size requirements.

Checked baggage

Most airlines permit two (2) pieces of checked baggage per customer. Many US carriers will charge an extra fee for a luggage bag or suitcase that exceeds 50 lbs (22.7 kg). Meanwhile, some European carriers set those limits lower, at 44 lbs (20 kg). Some airlines restrict pieces of checked baggage to a maximum of 70 lbs (32 kg) even with fees and 62" (158 cm) in overall dimensions (height + width + depth).

Fees may be charged for baggage, up to a maximum number of pieces, in excess of the allowable limit and for special items such as bicycles, ski poles, and surfboards. Please check with each airline on your itinerary for their applicable fees and restrictions.




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