Enerjet is a Canadian charter airline serving Western Canada, as well as Cuba, the Dominican Republic, and Mexico.
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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.+ Show Full Policy
Each traveller is permitted to carry-on one (1) piece of carry-on baggage and one (1) personal item, as per the list below. All carry-on baggage must meet the weight and size dimensions as noted in the Free Luggage Allowance Table above.
Carry-on items include, but are not limited to, any of the following, and count as one piece of carry-on baggage:
Any kind of bag or suitcase
Camera cases (containing more than one (1) camera, film, spare lenses, or additional photographic equipment)
Flexible garment bags are accepted if they fit within the dimensions listed above and can be stored in the overhead compartment
Personal items permitted in addition to the one-piece allotment for carry-on baggage can be one of the following items:
Approved child-restraint device
Containers that carry life-sustaining items (e.g., oxygen, medical supplies)
Crutches, canes walkers or other mobility aids
Food items for on-board consumption, in disposable packages (if on person or in carry-on)
Garment bag (e.g. wedding dress)
Purses that are 25 cm x 30 cm x 20 cm (10 x 12 x 8 inches) in size or less;
Note: If a traveller attempts, at the airport boarding gate, to bring any other items not considered acceptable in addition to the maximum of one (1) pieces of carry-on, they will be asked to return to the check in counter to check their items and return to the gate before the aircraft's scheduled departure.
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.+ Show Full Policy
A single piece of luggage is included in Enerjet's free checked baggage allowance. Bringing a second piece will cost $10. The maximum total combined weight of both pieces is 20kg/44lbs.
Each piece of checked luggage is subject to search by airport security screeners. Locking luggage may result in the lock(s) being broken by airport security screeners or delayed luggage. Enerjet and airport security screeners will not be responsible for damaged/broken locks or delayed luggage if luggage is checked-in locked.
Travellers checking-in luggage are required to have name identification on the luggage.
If you are part of a tour group and have luggage transfer service planned at your destination, please see your tour representative near the Enerjet check-in counter for any special luggage labelling instructions.
Enerjet requests that all valuables and personal medication (clearly marked with the prescription and pharmacy labels) be removed from checked baggage and placed in carry-on baggage.
Travellers who have purchased a seat for an Infant are invited to check luggage as per Enerjet's luggage allowance policy.
Travellers with an infant who have not purchased a seat for the infant do not receive baggage allowance for the infant, but will be allowed free of charge two (2) extra pieces of checked baggage per infant, which may include a small bag, car seat, stroller or play pen.
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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.+ Show Full Policy
When the total weight of checked luggage exceeds 20 kg, an excess baggage charge will apply. Excess pieces of luggage are also subject to the excess baggage charge.
1st checked bag $0, per direction
2nd checked bag $10, per direction
3rd checked bag $40, per direction
4th checked bag $40, per direction
Oversize bag $40, per direction
Overweight bag $40, per direction
Maximum allowable weight per piece of luggage is 32 kg (70lbs). Luggage over 32 kg (70lbs) will not be accepted by Enerjet.
Carriage of excess luggage by Enerjet is subject to weight and space availability.
Payment types accepted for excess luggage fees:
Canada: Canadian cash and major credit card
Mexico: U.S. cash
Special Items Included in the Free Luggage Allowance:
When properly packed and in adherence to the checked luggage allowances, Enerjet will accept the select special items as a piece of checked luggage. It is required that all items are packed in hard shell containers specifically designed for shipping. If otherwise packed or the check-in agents feel it is appropriate, item(s) will only be accepted as checked luggage with a limited liability release form (completed during the check-in process). Please note irregular items as defined herein, such as sporting equipment or musical instruments may not be substituted for the free personal baggage allowance (check in and carry on). Also, any unused weight within the irregular items allowance may not be transferred or used toward personal combined baggage allowance (combined check in and carry on),
Mobility Aid Devices
Enerjet will accept mobility aide devices at no additional charge. Mobility aid devices include:
An electric wheelchair,
A scooter or manually operated rigid-frame wheelchair,
A manually operated folding wheelchair,
A walker cane, crutches or braces,
Any device that assists the person to communicate better, and
Any prosthesis or medical device.
All instruments must be appropriately packed as suggested by the manufacturer
A limited liability release form may be required to be signed
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