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2019 Flybe luggage policy explained

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What you need to know about Flybe luggage policy and hold baggage

In our previous articles we’ve shared with you tips regarding budget airlines policy for luggage. To continue this series, we will take a look at the UK budget airline Flybe and their baggage allowance for passengers.

Also make sure to check:

2019 EasyJet cabin bags and luggage policy explained

Ryanair luggage policy

Flybe hand luggage

Flybe allows one cabin bag per passenger. Maximum allowed size of bag including handles is 55 x 35 x 20 cm. Maximum allowed weight is 10 kg. If you bring an oversized hand bag to the gate, you will be charged £50.

Checked luggage

Also known as hold luggage, the size of the luggage you can check in before going to the gate is not restricted. However, the bag or suitcase must not exceed a maximum weight limit, which depends on the type of ticket you have purchased:

  • ‘Get More’ ticket: up to 23 kg of baggage
  • ‘All In’ ticket: up to 46 kg of baggage
  • ‘Just fly’ ticket: no checked baggage included in ticket price

Buying excess luggage not covered by ticket policy

If your ticket does not cover any checked luggage or you need to bring more than the ticket allows for, you can buy excess luggage as follows:

  • 15 kg for £19
  • 23 kg for £24
  • 46 kg split in up to 2 bags for £48

If your pre-booked luggage exceeds the maximum weight allowance, you will be charged £15 per extra kilogram.

You can check further details on Flybe website here.

Do you consider Flybe’s luggage policy better and more convenient as compared to other budget airlines? Share and comment your opinion below!

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