Hold Baggage

Everything you need to know about hold baggage on board flyadeal

BaggageTo ensure your journey is as smooth as possible, and to avoid any extra charges at the airport, please follow the guidelines below.

 

Our fly fares do not include a free hold bag allowance, but you can purchase this prior to your flight by using the Manage Booking facility on our website.

If you have purchased a fly+ fare, you will be able to check-in one bag up to 25kg for free at our Bag Drop counter. You can also purchase additional pieces of hold baggage through our Manage Booking facility before your flight.

If you know you need to carry more luggage than included in your allowance, please add extra luggage via our Manage Booking facility before you fly. It will cost A LOT more to pay for extra baggage at the airport. Avoid unnecessary stress to your journey and your wallet!

 

Excess Baggage Fees

If you purchase excess baggage before you get to the airport, we will charge as follows:

  • 1 piece up to 15kg – SAR 65
  • 1 piece up to 25kg – SAR 105

If you haven’t prepaid for your bags, we will charge the following prices at the airport:

  • 1 piece of up to 15kg – SAR 150
  • 1 piece of up to 25kg – SAR 200
  • Any additional weight beyond the 15kg or 25kg will be charged at SAR21 per kg

If you attempt to board the aircraft with excess cabin baggage (either too large, too heavy or too many) our team reserve the right to check your cabin baggage into the hold. Due to the delays this can cause to the departure of our aircraft, you will have to pay the following fee at the boarding gate:

  • Each bag of up to 25kg – SAR 250

 

Over-sized Hold Baggage

Your Hold Bag must be no larger than 75 x 50 x 35 cm. Any items which are larger will be accepted for travel only if smaller than 140 x 85 x 65 cm and on payment of the Over-Sized baggage fee of SAR100.

If your Hold Bag is larger than 140 x 85 x 65 cm we will be unable to accept it for travel.

 

Prohibited Items

The following items may not be carried in your baggage

  • Items you are forbidden from carrying by local law (including but not limited to drugs and alcohol)
  • Compressed gases (deeply refrigerated, flammable, non-flammable and poisonous)
  • Explosives (munitions, fireworks, pyrotechnic devices and flares)
  • Corrosives (acids, alkalis, mercury and wet cell batteries)
  • Radio-active material
  • Flammable liquids and solids (lighter fuel, matches of any kind, paints, thinners, fore lighters or other items which may easily ignite)
  • Poisons (toxic substances, weed killer and insecticides)
  • Oxidising materials (organic peroxides and bleaching powder)
  • Disabling devices (mace or pepper spray)
  • Infectious substances (virus culture, bacterial strains)
  • Dead animal matter
  • Other items which are offensive materials or magnetised materials
  • Devices with spillable batteries
  • Whips or stun guns
  • Dry Ice
  • Oxygen or dioxide cylinders
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7 / 8 devices

 

Batteries

Spare or loose batteries, including lithium metal or lithium ion cells or batteries, for portable electronic devices must be carried in Cabin Baggage only and must not be packed in Hold Baggage. Devices which have the primary purpose as a power source, e.g. power banks, are considered as spare batteries and must be individually protected to avoid short circuit.

 

Weapons

The carriage of weapons, ammunition or firearms onboard our aircraft is not permitted. Other items which may not be carried include:

  • Guns (toy or replica, plastic or metal)
  • Darts
  • Billiard, Snooker or Pool Cues
  • Catapults
  • Laser Pens
  • Personal Attack Alarms
  • Tradesmen’s Tools
  • Knives with blades of any length
  • Razor Blades
  • Household Cutlery
  • Paper knives or box cutters
  • Sporting Bats
  • Hypodermic Syringes (unless supported by medical evidence)
  • Knitting Needles
  • Scissors
  • Swords
  • Archery Bows and Arrows or similar
  • Self-heating drinks or food

Please visit our Conditions of Carriage for our full Baggage policy

We also advise that you do not include in your Hold Baggage fragile or perishable items or items of special value such as: 

  • money
  • jewellery
  • precious metals
  • computers
  • personal electronic devices
  • share certificates, bonds and other valuable documents
  • business documents
  • passports and other identification documents

 

Collecting your Hold Baggage

On arrival, please ensure you take the correct bag from the baggage carousel. Do check your bag before you leave the baggage hall as someone else may have a similar bag.

If you receive your bag in damaged condition, or if it doesn’t arrive at the carousel, you must go to the baggage counter and report the damage or loss and receive a ‘Passenger Irregularity Form’ (known as a PIR). This form can only be provided in the baggage hall. It’s not possible to get a copy after you leave. Without a completed PIR form we will be unable to process any claims.