Air Arabia does not provide free baggage allowance. Passengers have to pay for their check in luggage. This can be done by either opting to pay as per the pre-booked slabs or by paying for excess baggage at the airports.
Pre-booking can be done in 4 ways: online, by telephonic call at call centre, visit to sales office or visit to travel partners.
Each bag shall not weigh more than 32 kgs and shall be of sum of dimensions up to 160 cm.
Please note that though the carrier, as a policy, does not offer free allowance, it launched limited period offers on select routes where it might be offering free allowance or at considerably lower rates.
a. Flights FROM UAE:
Fee starts from AED 15 per passenger per one way for carrying 20 kg or 30 kg in 1 piece. However if the 30 kg or 40 kg is taken in 2 pieces of check-in baggage, then charges are AED 20 per passenger per one way.
b. Flights FROM Morocco:
c. Flights FROM Egypt:
Air Arabia allows you to carry bags of dimensions 55, 40 and 20 cms and of weight up to 10 kg free of cost. Infants are also allowed to carry one standard size bag.
If you want to carry, liquids, gels and pastes in cabin baggage, these have to be put in 100 ml individual containers and these shall fit a resealable bag of 1 litre capacity. For flight to/from Middle East, STEB bags shall be used.
LED TV Policy
TVs upto 40 inches, within check in baggage allowance by weight- no charges.
For more than 40 inches, but within check in allowance, it charges AED 150 + handling charge (which comes to about 180 dhs)
For more than 40 inches and exceeding permitted allowance, it charges both excess baggage rate and Dh 180
LED TVs of upto 60 inches screen size is allowed on its flight. There is no free allowance even if this is being carried within the permitted check in baggage allowance.
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