Aeropelican is an Australian regional airline, flying mainly within the country.
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There is a very small limit of only 4kg for hand luggage. Do not expect to pack much into this small weight allowance.+ Show Full Policy
There is a maximum weight of 4kg for hand luggage. Size limits apply.
All non-essential carry-on luggage is stowed in the aircraft's baggage hold and will be returned to the passenger on arrival.
Passengers may carry items including the following free of charge provided such items do not exceed 4 kgs:
Handbag, pocket book or purse which is appropriate to normal traveling dress and is not being used as a container for the transportation of articles which would otherwise be classed as baggage;
An overcoat, wrap or blanket;
An umbrella or walking stick;
A small camera and/or pair of binoculars;
A reasonable amount of reading matter for the flight;
Infant's food for consumption in flight;
A pair of crutches and/or other prosthetic device for the passenger's use provided that the passenger is dependant upon such device, may be used for boarding but are to be stowed in the aircraft hold;
Wheelchairs may be used for boarding but are to be stowed in the aircraft hold.
A free baggage allowance of up to 19kg is allowed for all passengers. If flying to/from Snowy Mountains, you may bring up to 24kg during the ski season.+ Show Full Policy
The following restrictions apply to all Aeropelican flights, regardless of which airport is used.
All passengers occupying a seat are entitled to a total baggage allowance, of up to 19kg, free of charge.
Passengers flying to/from Snowy Mountains are entitled to baggage weighing up to 24kg, free of charge (during the winter ski season).
Excess baggage will be charged at a normal rate (see the Excess Baggage section below), but carriage on the same flight cannot be guaranteed. International passengers are entitled to a total baggage allowance weighing up to 24kg.
Due to the aircraft's baggage hold limitations, unusual baggage items exceeding 1.82 metres in length will not be carried.
Baggage weight limitations of 15kg per person may apply depending on weather restrictions.
Aeropelican makes every effort to carry your baggage reasonably in accordance with the dates and times of the flight specified. However, we accept no responsibility for baggage which is captured by Sydney Airport Corporation's baggage screening process. Aeropelican also cannot be held liable for charges relating to the delivery of the baggage.
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Excess/overweight baggage is charged at a per kilogram rate of $5.50/kg, to be paid at the airport.+ Show Full Policy
Passengers travelling on Aeropelican flights who have excess baggage (exceeding the free baggage allowance of 19kg per person) will be charged an excess baggage rate of USD5.50 per kilo (GST inclusive).
Excess baggage charges can be paid at check-in prior to departure. Acceptable forms of payment include cash, EFTPOS or credit card.
Paying excess baggage charges does not guarantee uplift of excess baggage.
Wheelchairs & Mobility Aids
Aeropelican's fleet does not have access to a wheelchair lift to assist wheelchair passengers onboard. Passengers must be able to embark and disembark the aircraft independently, up and down the stairs.
Mobility aids such as walking sticks, crutches, canes and walking frames are permitted to be used to make your way to the aircraft, however they must be surrendered to the First Officer at the time of boarding and placed in the rear of the aircraft for the flight. These aids will be returned upon disembarking the aircraft at your destination.
Blind passengers must travel with a companion to assist them. If travelling with a guide dog, the airline must be notified so the booking can be noted. The passenger must supply the own mat for the dog to sit on whilst on the aircraft.