Brussels Airlines is Belgium’s flag carrier, Brussels Airlines (SN) operates from a hub at Brussels Airport (BRU). A member of the Star Alliance, the carrier flies to about 75 destinations in Europe, Africa, Asia and North America. It also has code share agreements with about 25 other airlines. Keep reading to find out everything about Brussels Airlines baggage allowance.
Brussels Airlines Carry on Luggage Allowance
The number of items of luggage you’re permitted to carry on the economy class is always 1, but the allowed weight varies. They allow you to bring 6kg on short-haul routes and 12kg on flights to Tel Aviv and all long-haul destinations. As for the allowed dimensions, they’re as follows: 55cm x 40cm x 23cm.
You can also bring one small carry on bag on-board such as a laptop bag, an overcoat, reading material, a handbag, wheelchair or medical equipment with 40cm x 10cm x 30cm dimensions.
Brussels Airlines Checked Baggage Allowance
The checked baggage allowance depends on the route and destination. The chart below shows you how much baggage is included in the ticket price on particular routes:
- For Europe, Marrakesh/Agadir & Tel Aviv, United States the allowed allowance is one piece not larger than 158 cm, maximum weight: 23 kg.
- For Western, Eastern or Central Africa the allowed allowance is 2 pieces not larger than 158 cm each, maximum weight: 23 kg each.
- For routes between US and Western, Eastern or Central Africa, the allowed allowance is 2 pieces not larger than 158 cm each, and the maximum weight: 23 kg each.
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