Aer Arann is an Irish airline flying within Ireland, the UK, and to France.
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Your cabin bag, including wheels and handles, should be able to fit into the Aer Arann baggage gauge at the airport, with dimensions not exceeding 43x28x20cm (17x11x8 in), with a maximum weight of 7kg.
There is no free baggage allowance on Aer Arann. You should pre-book your checked baggage (up to 20kg) on the Aer Arann website, in order to pay the discounted rate, which will be specified to you when paying your fee.
The only exception are flights between London City and Isle of Man, for which 20kg may be checked in for free.+ Show Full Policy
Aer Arann charges Check Baggage fees on all routes with the exception of flights operating between Isle of Man and London City. And flights between London City and Isle of Man
For routes where Checked Baggage fees are applicable Aer Arann allows a standard Checked Baggage allowance of 20kg per passenger (but excluding infant passengers).
Isle of Man/London City route has a baggage allowance of 20kg per passenger.
Checked baggage fees are not applicable on this route.
For all routes the Infant Checked Baggage weight allowance is 7kgs. This allowance excludes the Stroller/ Buggy Allowance – subject to 1 piece of infant equipment being permitted per infant and carried free of charge.
When pre-booking Checked Baggage a maximum of 4 bags per passenger, subject to the size restrictions hereunder, can be booked on the website or through Aer Arann Reservations but subject to the standard Checked Baggage allowance on the applicable route and payment of any applicable fee.
Subject to the conditions hereunder on weight and size restrictions, excess weight on Checked Baggage will be charged for each additional kilo per flight where it exceeds the standard Checked Baggage allowance for the relevant route.
Exceptional items such as golf bags will be charged at the applicable rate.
Subject to advance notification, medical equipment, including wheelchairs, is carried free of charge.
For health and safety reasons, the maximum total weight for any one piece of Checked Baggage is 32 kgs
The maximum size of any bag/package is (21in/53cm high) x (22in/56cm wide) x (50in/127cm long).
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Excess/Overweight baggage may be taken, but there is no guarantee, as it is taken on a space-available basis. You will be charged additional fees at the check-in desk if exceeding the 20kg/44lbs limit.+ Show Full Policy
Excess baggage may be accepted if space is available and on payment of the appropriate excess
baggage fees. Aer Arann reserves the right to collect the fees from you for the carriage of any excess
baggage on the return flight.
Large delicate musical instruments that exceed Aer Arann%u2019s cabin baggage dimensions may be carried in the cabin if a seat for it has been reserved and the appropriate fare paid for it, but subject to permission being granted in advance by Aer Arann. Carriage is subject to space availability and cannot be guaranteed. You should ensure that you have suitable private travel insurance for such instruments.
The carriage of out of gauge baggage such as sporting equipment, which cannot be checked in the normal manner as it requires special handling (including but not limited to: golf clubs, bicycles, surf boards (max 2 per flight)) is subject to an additional charge.
Aer Arann may refuse carriage of sporting equipment unless it is pre-booked and pre-paid in advance by calling your local reservation centre. The maximum length of any item (including cover) that can be accepted is 6 foot 9 inches / 205 cm. A fee must also be paid for the carriage of such sporting equipment on the return journey. Aer Arann makes no guarantee for the carriage of out of gauge baggage including sporting equipment on your flight. If due to additional space restrictions such out of gauge baggage cannot travel on the flight, it will be carried, on the next service where space is available and can be collected by you at the destination airport upon arrival there. Aer Arann carries such items of sporting equipment at your own risk for loss, damage, or delay) basis. You should ensure that you have suitable private insurance cover for your journey.