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Latam will check carry-on baggage and charge for non-standard baggage

Latam will check carry-on baggage and charge for non-standard baggage

Latam allows passengers to travel with a small carry-on bag and a small backpack. In the case of light, extra or higher fares, the customer can take a carry-on bag with a weight of 10 kg, dimensions of 55 x 35 x 25 cm, including pockets, wheels and handles. If you are traveling in a Premium Business or Premium Economy cabin, the maximum weight allowance is 16kg, with the same measurements. It must be allocated in the overhead compartment of the aircraft.

“If your hand bag exceeds the allowed quantity or dimensions, we will give you the option of sending it to the hold of the aircraft for an additional fee. Otherwise, we will not be able to ship it or be responsible for storing it at the airport.

In addition to hand baggage, a backpack is also allowed, which must be stowed under the seat in front of the passenger. These bags should be 45 x 35 x 20 cm. There is no weight specification for this piece of baggage, but if it exceeds the size limits, check-in will also be required.

Currently, the amount charged for checked bags on domestic flights ranges between R$95 and R$160. In the case of the second bag, the fee ranges from R$130 to R$185. The destination country.

If there is no space, the shipment is free.

These rules do not apply to cases when the upper part of the aircraft is full, that is, when it is not possible to place the hand luggage of passengers who have not yet boarded.

In these cases, the airline asks to send the passengers’ baggage at no additional cost.

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