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Carry-On Allowance7 / 10
Checked Bag Allowance7 / 10
Excess Baggage Fees8 / 10
Overall Grade7.3 / 10
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Greyhound Canada Pet Policies

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Greyhound Canada Carry On 2019 - Cabin Bag Size & Weight Limit

For passengers traveling on Greyhound Canada schedules, one (1) small carry-on bag, up to 25 pounds, plus one personal item (purse, handbag, etc) can be taken aboard for each adult or child. Carry one bags must fit in the overhead compartment or under the seat.

Be sure to note that buses have much smaller overhead compartments and there is less space under the seats than on an airplane, so you may be more restricted in terms of size of carry-on items.



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 2024

Guns / Firearms: How to Fly with a Gun - TSA Rules 2024

Bluetooth Headphones: Using Bluetooth Headphones on an Airplane

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Greyhound Canada Checked Baggage Fees 2019 - Checked Bag Weight & Size Limits




Greyhound Canada allows 1 piece of baggage per customer (adult or child) free of charge, to be placed under the bus. A second piece may be brought for a fee of $15.00, for adults only.

Baggage must not exceed 158 centimeters (62 inches) when adding the total exterior dimensions of the (length + height + width). Any Bags exceeding the 158 cm. (62 inch) limit will be assessed oversized baggage charges.

The "no charge" allowance for baggage is restricted to 23 kilograms (50 pounds) per bag. Baggage exceeding fifty (50) pounds per bag will be subject to overweight baggage charges. Baggage over 32 kilograms (70 pounds) per bag will not be accepted.

The only exception to the oversized surcharge is skis and ski poles, assuming they are packed in an appropriate canvas or hardcover container. Bicycles can be accepted as baggage only if they are in a cardboard box designed for bicycles and are subject to the maximum oversized baggage charge ($30 per bike), regardless of the distance traveled.


Useful Links

Linear Dimensions: What are Linear Dimensions?

Piece vs Weight: What is Piece Concept vs Weight Concept

Packing List: Travel Packing Checklist

Marijuana / Cannabis: Rules for Flying with Marijuana / Cannabis in 2024

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

Guns / Firearms: How to Fly with a Gun - TSA Rules 2024


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Greyhound Canada Overweight Baggage Fee 2019 - Extra Bag Fee - Oversize Baggage

Overweight Baggage
The "no charge" allowance for baggage is restricted to baggage weighing fifty (50) pounds or less. The customer, through Greyhound Courier Express, will ship baggage over 70 pounds per bag. Baggage between 50 and 75 pounds are subject to the charges.
Charges will be applied for each overweight bag as follows (GST extra):
Zone A and B (0-200 miles from origin to destination) - $20 + tax
Zone C and D (201-800 miles from origin to destination) - $25 + tax
Zone E (801+ miles from origin to destination) - $30 +tax

Oversized Baggage
The "no charge" allowance for baggage is restricted to baggage that does not exceed 158 centimeters (62 inches) when adding the total exterior dimensions of the (length + height + width). Any Bags exceeding the 158 cm. (62 inch) limit will be assessed the charges as outlined below.

Note: The only exception to the oversized surcharge is skis and ski poles, assuming they are packed in an appropriate canvas or hardcover container. Bicycles can be accepted as baggage only if they are in a cardboard box designed for bicycles and are subject to the maximum charge (30 USDsss plus GST) regardless of the distance traveled.

Charges will be applied for each oversized bag as follows (GST extra):
Zone A and B (0-200 miles from origin to destination) - $20 + tax
Zone C and D (201-800 miles from origin to destination) - $25 + tax
Zone E (801+ miles from origin to destination) - $30 +tax

Excess Baggage
The first bag is free. A second bag will be charged a fee of $15.
Additional baggage, over 2 pieces, to a maximum of 5 additional pieces, for a total of 7 checked pieces (per passenger).
Charges will be applied for each excess bag as follows (GST extra):
Zone A and B (0-200 miles from origin to destination) - $20 + tax
Zone C and D (201-800 miles from origin to destination) - $25 + tax
Zone E (801+ miles from origin to destination) - $30 +tax

Please ask agent for details.



Last Updated: 19 Sep 2019
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