Maletas y equipaje de mano en Air Transat

What is the carry-on allowance on Air Transat flights?

On all flights operated by Air Transat, passengers may carry on board one bag, but purses, laptops, camera bags and one diaper bag (only for a passenger travelling with an infant) are also permitted.

What is Air Transat’s policy on checked baggage?

The price of a ticket may include a free baggage allowance which differs depending on the booking class and destination.

All booking classes include a free baggage allowance for flights between Canada and Europe, Cuba, and Haiti, or when purchased as a Vacation Package or Cruise.

Carry-on

Air Transat requires that your carry-on bag does not exceed the following limits, otherwise the bag must be checked, and excess charges may apply.

  • Dimensions (including wheels and handles)
    • All classes: 23 x 40 x 51 cm (9 x 16 x 20 in).
  • Weight
    • Economy Class (including Economy Class with Option Plus): 10 kg (22 lbs).
    • Club Class: 15 kg (33 lbs).

Checked Baggage

The following checked baggage allowances and baggage fees apply on Air Transat flights (except packages and cruises):

      Flights within Canada and to/from the US and South Destinations
      Checked Baggage Allowances and Baggage Fees
Travel Class Fare 1st piece 2nd piece Additional pieces Overweight pieces
Economy Eco $25 CAD/USD*/**
23 kg
$35 CAD/USD
23 kg**
$200 CAD/USD
23 kg
$75 CAD/USD
24-32 kg
Eco Promo
Eco Extra Free of charge
23 kg
Eco Max
Option Plus  Eco Free of charge
23 kg
 $35 CAD/USD*
23 kg
Eco Promo
Eco Extra Free of charge
23 kg
Free of charge
23 kg
Eco Max
Club Club Free of charge
25 kg
Free of charge
25 kg
$200 CAD/USD
25 kg
$75 CAD/USD
26-32 kg
*To/from Cuba – free of charge.
**To/from Haiti – all classes and fares – 1st and 2nd pieces of baggage up to 25 kg free of charge.
Flights between Canada and Europe
Checked Baggage Allowances and Baggage Fees
Travel Class 1st piece 2nd piece Additional pieces Overweight pieces
Economy
(all fares)
Free of charge
23 kg
$100 CAD/USD
23 kg
$200 CAD/USD
23 kg
$75 CAD/USD
24-32 kg
Option Plus Free of charge
23 kg
Free of charge
23 kg
Club Free of charge
32 kg
Free of charge
32 kg
$200 CAD/USD
32 kg
Not applying

In addition to the regular free baggage allowance, Air Transat will accept for transportation in the baggage compartment mobility aids, walkers and wheelchairs (manually operated or motorized). Only wheelchairs with non-spillable batteries are permitted; wheelchairs with spillable wet cell batteries are no longer permitted on board. Passengers traveling with children may check, without additional charge, one approved car seat and one stroller per child/infant.

Maximum Size and Weight

Any piece of baggage, regardless of which baggage policy applies, must not exceed a maximum weight of 32 kg and/or 62 in (158 cm) in total dimension (L x W x H), otherwise baggage shall be shipped as cargo, and cargo charges shall apply.

Sporting Equipment

With regard to sporting equipment, there is a free sporting equipment allowance (in addition to the free baggage allowance) which includes the following: golf equipment, ski (snow or water) equipment, kiteboard/kite surfer, camping equipment, fishing equipment, scuba diving equipment, and snorkelling equipment. The following rules apply for the free sporting equipment allowance:

  • Only one item of the above per passenger will be transported free of charge, subject to availability of space.
  • The item must not exceed 20 kg (44 lbs).
  • Personal baggage or other sporting equipment cannot be substituted for the free sporting equipment allowance.
  • Items will be accepted only with a signed Limited Release form releasing Air Transat from any claim in regard to damage.

Bicycles with a maximum weight of 32 kg (including bicycle bag/box) can be checked for a $30 CAD fee (per item per flight segment). A $100 CAD fee will apply per flight segment when checking a windsurfing board or surfboard not exceeding 32 kg (70 lbs) and 3.65 m (12 feet). Canoes and kayaks are not accepted at check-in counters and can be sent only via Cargo. All other sporting equipment will be included in your regular baggage allowance (if applicable, subject to standard excess baggage fees).

Baggage Service

In the event of delayed or lost baggage, passengers must notify Air Transat airport personnel in writing (through the completion of a Property Irregularity Report) as soon as the failure to deliver checked baggage at the airport of destination is ascertained. If your checked baggage is missing, an agent will complete a Property Irregularity Report (PIR) for you. In the case of damage or partial loss, passengers must complain forthwith after discovery of damage or partial loss and, at the latest, within 7 days from the date of receipt of the baggage. In case of delayed baggage, your complaint must be made no later than 21 days from the date on which the baggage has been returned to you; in case of lost baggage, within 30 days from the date the baggage should have been delivered.

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