AirAsia passengers are allowed to carry on board two pieces of cabin baggage consisting of either one cabin baggage or one laptop bag or one handbag or one small bag. AirAsia baggage rules are strict and the cabin baggage should not exceed the dimensions of 56 cm x 36 cm, x 23 cm.
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The laptop bag/handbag/small bag should not exceed the dimensions of 40 cm x 30 cm x 10 cm. The total weight of both items must not exceed 7 kgs. If the luggage is more than the specified weight or dimensions, the passenger will be charged an excess baggage fee. These criteria apply only to domestic flights within India, so make sure you check whether they are applicable to your destination before your trip begins!
It is advisable to check updated information on the airlines’ website.
AirAsia Extra Baggage Charges
AirAsia charges a flat rate of Rs. 500 per kg for any additional check-in baggage after availing the standard allowance. AirAsia does not accept any single piece of luggage weighing more than 32 kgs and exceeding the dimensions of 81 cm x 119 cm x 119 cm.
Q. How much check-in baggage is allowed in AirAsia?
Each customer is allowed a maximum of 15 kg check-in baggage. Oversized or excess baggage will be charged according to the airline’s prevailing rates. For more information, please visit AirAsia’s website or contact their Customer Service team.
Q. Is there any baggage allowance for infants in AirAsia?
Yes, there is a 7 kg hand baggage allowance for infants below the age of 2 years on domestic AirAsia flights. In addition, one stroller is allowed as cabin baggage free of charge, provided it’s within the dimensions and weight specified by AirAsia.
Q. Is there any baggage allowance for students in AirAsia?
AirAsia does not provide any special baggage allowance for students. Make sure you check on their website as well because these regulations keep changing.