Paying for excess baggage is such a pain. The money that you will be paying for the excess baggage, you can give it to your loved ones in the Philippines. Therefore, it is very important to know the baggage allowance given by your airlines.

Air India

  • Economy Class (30KG Baggage + 8KG Cabin Luggage)
  • Business Class (40KG Baggage + 8KG Cabin Luggage)
  • First Class (50KG + 8KG Cabin Luggage only for Riyadh, Jeddah)

 

Biman Bangladesh

  • Economy Class (20KG Baggage + 7KG Cabin Luggage)
  • Business Class (30KG Baggage + 10KG Cabin Luggage)
  • Infants(10KG Baggage)

 

Emirates

  • Economy Class (35KG Baggage + 7KG Hand Luggage)
  • Business Class (40KG Baggage + 7KG x 2 Hand Luggage)
  • First Class (50KG Baggage + 7KG x 2 Hand Luggage)

 

Etihad Airways

  • Economy Class (23KG + 23KG Baggage + 7KG Cabin Luggage)
  • Business Class&First Class (32KG + 32KG Baggage + 12KG Cabin Luggage)

 

Gulf Air

  • Economy Class (23KG x 2 Baggage + 6KG Hand Luggage)
  • Falcon Gold (32KG x 2 Baggage + 9KG Cabin Luggage)
  • Infant (15KG Baggage + Push Chair + 3KG Hand Luggage)

 

Oman Air

  • Economy Class (30KG Baggage + 7KG Hand Luggage)
  • First Class (30KG + 20KG Baggage  + 7KG x 2 Cabin Luggage)

 

Pakistan International Airlines

  • Economy Class (40KG Only Baggage From KSA)
  • Business Class (45KG Baggage Only From KSA)

 

Philippine Airlines

  • Economy Class (23KG x 2 Baggage + 7KG Hand Baggage)
  • Business Class&First Class (32KG x 2 Baggage + 7KG Cabin Luggage)

 

Qatar Airways

  • Economy Class (30KG Baggage + 7KG Cabin Luggage)
  • Business Class (40KG Baggage + 15KG Cabin Luggage)
  • First Class (50KG Baggage + 15KG Cabin Luggage)

 

Saudi Airlines

  • Economy Class (23KG x 2 Baggage + 7KG Cabin Luggage)
  • Business Class&First Class (32KG x 2 Baggage + 9KG Cabin Luggage)

 

Sri Lankan Airlines

  • Economy Class (30KG Baggage + 7KG Cabin Luggage)
  • Business Class&First Class (40KG Baggage + 7KG Cabin Luggage)

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