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Enerjet Baggage Report Card

Carry-on Allowance6/10
Checked Baggage Allowance5/10
Excess Baggage Fees8/10
Overall Grade6.3/10

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Enerjet Pet Policies

Enerjet Carry-On Allowance 2017 ↑ Back to Top

Carry-On Summary

Enerjet allows you to bring on board 2 items: 1 regular carry-on, and 1 "personal item", such as a purse or laptop.

Neither of the items may weigh more than 13 lbs each (5.89kg), and are limited in dimensions to 55 x 23 x 40cm. There are sizing devices at the airport where you can place your carry-on to determine whether or not it is within the maximum dimensions.

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Carry-On Security Rules

TSA - (USA): TSA Carry-On Regulations and Carry-On Liquid Restrictions

CATSA - (Canada): CATSA Carry-On Prohibited Items and CATSA Carry-On Liquids and Gel Restrictions

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Checked Baggage Summary

A maximum of 2 pieces of luggage can be checked free of charge, however the total weight of the 2 bags combined is quite limited. A maximum of 20kg (44lbs) is allowed for both bags combined, so it is usually preferred to pack into 1 slightly larger suitcase, rather than 2 smaller ones.

The maximum overall measurement is of 62 in (158cm), which is the combination of length + width + height, which in most cases can easily accommodate/exceed the 20kg limit.

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Useful Links

Linear Dimensions: What are Linear Dimensions?

Piece vs Weight: What is Piece Concept vs Weight Concept

Packing List: Travel Packing Checklist


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Excess/Oversize/Overweight Summary

Overweight charges are applied to the TOTAL weight of all of your bags, so the sum of all your bags may not exceed the 20kg limit.

If you do exceed the 20kg (44lb) limit, you will be charged at a rate of $10/kg, which must be paid at the airport. For flights departing Canada, this will be charged in CAD, otherwise you will be charged in USD.

The limit of a maximum 32kg (70lbs) for a single item still applies, and anything over 32kg will not be accepted. In those situations, you will be asked to repack into 2 separate bags.

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