How to add checked baggage to your booking
The cheapest and fastest way to add checked baggage is to buy when you book.
You can add baggage after booking by calling customer service or at manage booking.
Baggage added after your initial booking will be charged at a higher rate.
Baggage weight limits
To bring checked baggage all Economy Starter and Starter Plus passengers must purchase baggage allowance. You can purchase a 15kg, 20kg, 25kg, 30kg, 35kg or 40kg baggage allowance. Baggage allowance weights apply per passenger, per flight.
Starter Max passengers are automatically given a 20kg checked baggage allowance and can purchase up to an additional 20kg.
Business and Business Max passengers are automatically given a 30kg checked baggage allowance and can purchase up to an additional 10kg.
Your baggage allowance is given by combined weight, not by number of bags. As long as your bags have a combined weight within your allowance, bring as many as you like. No single bag can weigh more than 32kg.
Baggage charges at the airport
If you haven’t added checked baggage to your booking and arrive at the airport with checked baggage you’ll be charged for the first 15kg of baggage allowance per passenger and then for every additional kilo after that at the per kilo rate.
If you have added checked baggage to your booking but arrive with more than your allowance you’ll be charged for excess baggage. Excess baggage is charged per kilo.
We can’t guarantee that we’ll be able to add excess baggage to your flight so it’s best to add baggage to your booking before you arrive. You’ll avoid the higher fees too.
For up to 15kg of checked baggage you’ll be charged: