Corendon Airlines Turkish airline flying to destinations in Europe.
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|Excess Baggage Fees||7/10|
One piece of hand luggage is allowed, but is limited in weight to only 6kg. The maximum dimensions are also smaller with Corendon than with other airlines, as bags are limited to only 45x35x15cm.+ Show Full Policy
Per person you can take one piece of hand baggage, maximum 6 kg and maximum dimension 45 x 35 x 15 cm.
Pets carried in the cabin are charged an additional fee of 20 EURO. The weight of pets including their crates will be considered as excess baggage even though the passenger does not carry baggage above the free baggage allowance.
Personal effects comprise all articles which the passenger can transport in the cabin without being tagged and weighed. These articles will not be registered on the ticket and the passenger himself is responsible for them. Only the items herein mentioned are considered as personal effects. All other kind of articles shall be handled as baggage.
Lady's handbag or pocket book
Reading matter for the flight
Overcoat, blanket, or wrap
Umbrella or walking stick
Small camera and/or binoculars
Infant's carrying basket
Fully collapsible invalid's wheelchairs and/or prosthetic devices for passenger's use
A guide dog when accompanying a blind passenger is considered as personal effect.
In very exceptional cases, upon special request from the passenger and only with the explicit permission of the station supervisor, bulky and fragile articles exceeding the above mentioned hand baggage limitations will be accepted like musical instruments, artwork or camera, etc. Such articles will remain under the passenger's supervision. If the article is of such a size or volume that it is obviously unsuitable for carriage in the cabin, transport will be arranged in the cargo holds. The mentioned article must be adequately packed in order to preserve it from damage.
Up to 20kg/44lbs is allowed to be checked in free of charge for all passengers.+ Show Full Policy
Free baggage allowance per passenger, excluding cabin baggage is 20 kg for all Corendon Airlines flights. Infants under 2 years are not entitled to a free baggage allowance.
One piece of baggage may not be heavier than 30 kg.
Articles such as umbrellas, walking sticks, parcels, etc may not be attached to checked baggage because they may cause damage. Fragile articles to be transported as a checked baggage must be adequately packed; otherwise, they will be refused. Corendon Airlines assumes no responsibility for such articles.
Prams/Buggies Acceptable for carriage, if folded and tied to prevent unfolding.
Linear Dimensions: What are Linear Dimensions?
Piece vs Weight: What is Piece Concept vs Weight Concept
Packing List: Travel Packing Checklist
If exceeding the 20kg/44lbs limit, a per kilogram charge will apply. The rate is 5 EUR/kg to destinations in Eastern Europe and Middle East, and 7 EUR/kg for flights to Western Europe.+ Show Full Policy
For all Corendon Airlines flights baggage allowance limit is 20 kg. Even if you pay for excess baggage, one piece of baggage may not be heavier than 30 kg.
For excess baggage you pay a fee on Corendon Airlines flights as follows (fee for one way only).
WEST EUROPE: 7 EUR per Kg.
(Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Estonia, Norway, Sweden, Finland)
EAST EUROPE & MIDDLE EAST: 5 EUR per Kg.
(Iran, Israel, Kosovo, Romania)
CIS COUNTRIES: 8 EUR per Kg.
(Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan)
Special requests are subject to Corendon Airlines confirmation.
Wheelchairs will be carried in the cargo compartment free of charge as checked baggage even over the free baggage allowance if the passenger is dependent.
Battery driven wheelchairs, with non-spillable batteries, dry cell batteries or non-spillable wet cell batteries can be carried as checked baggage in the aircraft cargo compartment provided that the battery is disconnected and securely attached to the wheelchair and the poles are insulated.
If a wheelchair cannot always be loaded, stowed, secured and unloaded in an upright position, the battery must be removed and checked in separately. For transportation the battery must be put into a plastic bowl or plastic bin to prevent contamination and corrosion of the cargo compartments.
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