Our Free Baggage Allowance at a glance
2013-08-29

Our Free Baggage Allowance at a glance

Valid for Air China flights originating in Manila

Updated: 29 August 2013

Seq.

Destination

Business Class

Economy Class

No. of pieces

Max. weight

Max. dimensions

No. of pieces

Max. weight

Max. dimensions

1

People's Republic
 of China

 

a

Beijing and interior China cities

2

32 kg

158 cm

1

23 kg

158 cm

b

Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan

2

32 kg

158 cm

1

23 kg

158 cm

2

the Americas 

(excluding Hawaii routes)

 
 

Brazil, Canada, and the USA

2

32 kg

158 cm

2

23 kg

158 cm

3

Europe and Hawaii routes

2

32 kg

158 cm

1

23 kg

158 cm

4

Japan

2

32 kg

158 cm

2

23 kg

158 cm

5

North Asia

2

32 kg

158 cm

1

23 kg

158 cm

 

Korea and Mongolia

6

United Arab Emirates

2

32 kg

158 cm

1

23 kg

158 cm

Notes:

1

The above free checked baggage allowances apply to flights that originate in Manila and are operated by

Air China issued on Air China ticket stock (Air China ticket numbers are 13-digit numeric combinations

that begin with 999-).

2

In case your ticket number begins with a different combination, your ticket was issued using the stock

of another airline and different rules may apply.

3

The above free checked baggage allowances are valid for adult and child Air China tickets.

4

Infants are allowed one piece of check in baggage, which must not weigh more than 23 kg and total

dimensions exceeding 115 cm. In addition to the check in baggage, an infant is also allowed to bring a

collapsible stroller or a bassinet in the cabin provided there is room and there is approval from the

chief attendant.

5

In cases when the ticket includes flights segments on connecting flights operated by other airlines,

including United Airlines (UA) and Air Canada (AC), you are advised to check the free baggage allowance

on the sector/s and flight/s involved with the operating carrier/s by contacting their ticketing office/s

or visiting their website/s.

6

Air China follows the piece concept on international routes, which means that check in baggage in excess

of the allowance will be treated as excess baggage and will be charged accordingly, i.e. if you are flying

to Paris in Europe on economy class and you bring two bags that weigh 10 kg each, the second bag will

be treated as excess baggage and charges will be levied even if both bags weigh less