REDJet is a new low fares airline in the Caribbean. There are no free checked bags, so it is recommended to pack within you carry-on allowance to avoid extra fees.
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One bag of up to 10kg/22lbs is allowed as carry-on free of charge. A laptop is allowed in addition to this allowance.
A second piece of can be "gate-checked", and will be charged $30. This bag will be placed in the hold at the boarding gate, and returned when getting off the plane.+ Show Full Policy
Passengers are permitted to carry free of charge one piece of carry-on baggage and a lap-top. Any additional items will be charged a fee of US$30.00 and checked into the hold at the time of boarding at the boarding gate.
Carrier will determine whether or not any baggage of a passenger because of its weight, size, contents or character, may be carried in the passenger cabin of the aircraft. Each item of carry-on baggage may have external dimensions no larger than 56 cm x 40 cm x 23 cm and weight no more than ten (10) kg.
All carry-on baggage must be stowed underneath a seat or in the overhead compartment. Carry-on baggage is the sole responsibility of the passenger; claims for damaged, lost, forgotten or stolen carry-on will not be accepted by the carrier.
In addition to the carry-on item passengers may bring a coat, jacket, wrap or similar outer garment, also a reasonable amount of reading material on board. Mobility and other assistive devices authorized for carriage in the aircraft cabin, upon which an individual with a disability is dependent, may be carried in addition to the forgoing carry-on allowance. These items must be able to be stowed safely in the cabin.
Carrier will refuse to transport items of carry-on baggage that may be harmful or dangerous to a passenger, the crew or the aircraft.
You will always be charged for checked bags on REDjet, so it is best to plan ahead and purchase the discounted rate for checked bags online on the REDjet website.
You'll be able to purchase a single bag allowance of 15kg ($10), 22.5kg ($17.50), or 30kg ($25). A second bag can also be checked, but can only be paid for at the airport, at a much higher rate ($30 for 15kg, $45 for 22.5kg, $60 for 30kg).
If your total checked baggage weight exceeds 30kg, an additional $10/kg will be charged.+ Show Full Policy
Checked Baggage is any item accepted for carriage in the aircraft hold, including bags, infant, musical, sports and mobility equipment.
REDjet operates as a low fares airline and as such we encourage you to travel with less bags to save you money. We recommend that passengers use their 10kg fee cabin baggage allowance (see Cabin Baggage Dimensions) and limit their checked bag to one (1) piece only. We provide for a large bag of up to 30kg to help you save money.
If you require a second checked bag you will be charged the full baggage fee for the bag%u2019s size and we also advise that you ensure your bag is the right weight before arriving at the airport. Each passenger is permitted to check in up to a maximum of two (2) bags subject to the payment of the applicable checked baggage fees as follows:
If you pre-purchase your bag weight prior to arriving at the airport and you try to check-in a heavier bag for your flight the following charges will apply:
The maximum acceptable weight for a single piece of checked baggage is 32kg.
Any passenger exceeding the 30kg personal checked baggage limit will be charged for the excess at the applicable rate of US$10.00 per kilo (or local currency equivalent).
Pooling of weights between bags or passengers on the same reservation is NOT permitted.
Infants travelling without a ticket do not have a baggage allowance. However one collapsible push chair per infant may be carried free of charge. Additional infant equipment including but not limited to car/booster seats and travel cots are charged at US$5 per item per one way flight if paid online or at the time of booking, and US$10 if paid at airport/call centre or agent.
Mobility equipment is carried free of charge.
We do not take responsibility for unsuitably packed, perishable, damaged or fragile baggage or for minor damage to the exterior of baggage resulting from normal wear and tear.
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