When buying a ticket, please consult the agent on the baggage allowances and
rules for the flight.
Checked-in (also checked or registered) Baggage means a passenger’s baggage accepted for transportation under the company’s responsibility, upon which the passenger is given a baggage voucher and baggage tag.
Checked-in baggage is transported in a baggage compartment of an aircraft, and accepted aboard only in the packaged form.
Passengers are not recommended putting in their checked-in baggage fragile or perishable items, keys, documents, money and other valuable items.
Non-checked (non-registered) Baggage means a passenger’s baggage carried in the cabin under the passenger’s own responsibility and with the carrier’s consent, marked with the tag “in the cabin”.
Non-registered baggage (carry-on baggage) can include items whose size and weight comply with the carrier-defined limits and allow accommodating them in the cabin.
The weight of non-checked baggage is included in the free baggage allowance.