This will be important before you pack your bags!
Delivering your valuables to your desired destination safely is a responsibility that we take on with pleasure. In order to ensure the safe travelling of your luggage without any hassle, please read through our baggage section to have an understanding about your baggage allowance as well as our airline baggage rules so that you can pack all that you need with ease.
Please carry all valuables with you when you leave the aircraft, and be sure that you have all your belongings, including overhead luggage, when you disembark at your final destination
Flyme offers you a generous free hand baggage allowance of 05 Kg . Hand baggage allowance per passenger must not exceed the mentioned weight and dimensions should not exceed 55cm x 40cm x 20cm (22in x 16in x 8in), including the handle, pockets and wheels. Infants under two years old are entitled to one standard-sized bag (for items an infant may require during the flight).
Safety concerns for cabin baggage
All cabin baggage must be of a size that fits under the seat in front of each passenger or in one of the overhead lockers. The placement of bags, briefcases, or other items behind passengers' legs is not permitted, and it is essential that cabinbaggage does not obstruct aisles or emergency exits, as this is forbidden by the Civil Aviation Authority.
Maximum weight permitted per individual piece of baggage is 32 Kgs with total dimensions of 160 cms (W+D+L).
The following list of items is banned and restricted in your baggage:
- Flammable, non-flammable and poisonous gases, such as butane, oxygen, propane and aqualung cylinders.
- Flammable liquids and solids, such as lighter or heater fuels, paint and matches
- Poisonous substances such as insecticides, weed killers, arsenic and cyanide.
- Radioactive material, oxidising materials and organic peroxides.
- Firearms and explosives, such as handguns, automatic weapons, munitions and ammunitions.
- Infectious substances such as bacteria and viruses.
- Corrosives such as mercury, acids, alkalis and wet-cell batteries.
- Cooking oils.
- Striking matches and cigarette lighters.