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Airlines of Tasmania Baggage Report Card

Carry-On Allowance7 / 10
Checked Bag Allowance6 / 10
Excess Baggage Fees6 / 10
Overall Grade6.3 / 10
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Airlines of Tasmania Carry On 2011 - Cabin Bag Size & Weight Limit

Each passenger (except infants not occupying an aircraft seat) is permitted 1 main item of Cabin Baggage and 1 other small item (e.g. handbag, coat, umbrella, laptop or suitpack).

Dimensions of main item must not exceed 48cm (width) + 34cm (height) + 23cm (depth).

If the small item is a suitpack, then it must be non-rigid and unfolded, and the dimensions must not exceed 60cm (width) + 114cm (height) + 11cm (depth).

Total weight of all Cabin Baggage must not exceed 7kg.

Each piece must be able to fit under the seat in front of you or fit in an enclosed storage compartment in the cabin of the aircraft.

If any piece of baggage does not comply with any of these conditions, it must be checked in to the aircraft hold.

Carry-On Security Rules

TSA - (USA): TSA Carry-On Regulations and TSA 3-1-1 Carry-On Liquids Rules

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

E-Cigarettes / Vape: TSA Rules for Flying with Electronic Cigarettes and Vape Pens 2023

Guns / Firearms: How to Fly with a Gun - TSA Rules 2023

Bluetooth Headphones: Using Bluetooth Headphones on an Airplane

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Airlines of Tasmania Checked Baggage Fees 2011 - Checked Bag Weight & Size Limits

Each passenger (except infants not occupying an aircraft seat) is entitled to check in up to 15kg of baggage for carriage in the aircraft hold at no charge.

Passengers must ensure all baggage is packed appropriately before being presented at check in.

No single item may exceed 32kg in weight.

Airlines of Tasmania may refuse to carry any piece of Baggage that does not comply with the Airlines of Tasmania policy.

Useful Links

Linear Dimensions: What are Linear Dimensions?

Piece vs Weight: What is Piece Concept vs Weight Concept

Packing List: Travel Packing Checklist 2023

Marijuana / Cannabis: Rules for Flying with Marijuana / Cannabis in 2023

Delayed/Cancelled Flights: How to Claim Compensation for Flight Delays

Guns / Firearms: How to Fly with a Gun - TSA Rules 2023

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Airlines of Tasmania Overweight Baggage Fee 2011 - Extra Bag Fee - Oversize Baggage

You must not take on board more Cabin Baggage than allowed. Charges will apply to all Checked Baggage in excess of the Checked Baggage allowance. Airlines of Tasmania may not be able to carry your excess baggage.

Airlines of Tasmania may refuse to carry any piece of Baggage that does not comply with the Airlines of Tasmania policy.

Bulky Items
Bulky items (maximum 2 metres), including but not limited to bicycles, surfboards, skis, golf clubs, snow boards, may be included within the 15kg allowance, subject to space availability.

Passengers who anticipate having bulky items or excess baggage should arrive at the airport to check in 2 hours prior to the scheduled departure time.

Wheelchairs and other mobility aid
In addition to the 15kg allowance Airlines of Tasmania will carry at no charge in the hold a fully collapsible wheelchair and/or a pair of crutches and/or a walking stick and/or other prosthetic device for you if you are dependent on them.

Your fare also covers carriage of your registered guide dog, hearing or mobility dog if you require one to travel. The dog must be seated at your feet during the flight if possible. You must notify us of the requirement for your dog to travel when you make your Booking as the number of dogs that can be carried per flight is limited and we may need to suggest alternative dates or times of travel if your dog cannot be accommodated on your selected flight.

In the case of guide, hearing and mobility dogs, you must confirm that the dog is properly registered at the time of Booking and you must provide a recognised ID card or documentation for the dog at the time of checking in.

Your wheelchair, should you require one, may be carried in the hold at no extra charge. We can accommodate up to two wheelchair passengers on each flight, subject to the limitations of the aircraft.

Carriage of guide, hearing or mobility dogs and wheelchairs shall be subject to such other requirements as we may implement from time to time.

Last Updated: 13 Jul 2011
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