Take what you need with you

We know that on some occasions you need to take more baggage or weight than normal, especially when moving to live in another place or if you are on a shopping trip. You can do this with us by paying an additional fee, which we will accept if there’s space available in the airplane. For this reason, on the day of your trip we advise you to arrive at the airport well in advance.

The total price for additional baggage varies depending on whether it is overweight or oversized, the number of additional bags and the baggage allowance on the ticket you purchased.

Review the fees that apply to additional bags, excess weight and oversized pieces on your route. Please note that the prices published do not include the taxes for each country, and they may change without prior notice, except for domestic flights within Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, which do show the final price with taxes included.

On flights with connections one single fee is charged from the place of origin through to the final destination. This fee will correspond to the highest fee on the passenger's route.

Remember that on routes to and from Argentina, Aruba, Europe or Oceania you cannot take bags weighing more than 32 kilos.

Take into account that charges for excessively heavy, oversized and additional pieces are cumulative and may be charged independently. If you bought your ticket before January 17, 2018, review the fixed fees for oversized baggage.

If your carry-on baggage exceeds the size limits, it will be sent to the hold and may be subject to charges, even if you are at the boarding gate.

Some kinds of sports equipment, musical instruments and televisions or monitors are all considered special baggage and can be transported in the hold of LATAM Airlines flights for an extra transportation fee.

Remember that you can only pay special baggage fees in person in the airport.

You can review the prices for purchasing overweight, oversized and extra baggage:

 

Baggage

On domestic flights within Brazil

Price of baggage for flights that occur until May 11th, 2018

Note: If your fare includes any flight that happens after May 11th, consider the policy of additional baggage purchase from the table of flights after May 11th.

*Early purchase: Early purchases can be made on our website, Sales and Services Center, and travel agencies.

Prices for the remaining flight dates:

 

By choosing to bring one more baggage item, clients with the right to bringing 1 baggage item on the trip (whether for a rule, paid fare, or for LATAM Fidelidade’s benefits) will be acquiring a 2nd item, and the price will refer to the fee for the 2nd item.

The purchasing of excess baggage, in other words, baggage that do not follow the measurement patterns (weight or dimension), can only be made at the airport on the day of the trip.

On domestic flights within Chile

Flights to Easter Island

As of March 21, 2018 the price for luggage at LATAM Offices will include a service charge of CLP 3.000.

On domestic flights within Colombia

* For flights between March 28th and April 1st, 2018, the price for the 1st luggage will be of COP 65.000 and COP 100.000 for the 2nd luggage.

As of March 21, 2018 the price for luggage at LATAM Offices will include a service charge of CLP 8,550, VAT included.

On domestic flights within Ecuador

As of March 21, 2018 the price for luggage at LATAM Offices will include a service charge of USD $2.50, VAT included.

On domestic flights within Peru

* For flights between March 28th and April 1st, 2018, the price for the 1st luggage will be of USD 27 and USD 38 for the 2nd luggage.

As of March 21, 2018 the price for luggage at LATAM Offices will include a service charge of USD $2.50, IGV (General Sales Tax) included.

International flights

On flights between South American countries and between South America and the Caribbean

For flights departing from, arriving to or connecting in Brazil

International flights

Important: North America includes Mexico, the United States and Canada.
The Caribbean includes routes between South America and Aruba, Costa Rica, Havana and Punta Cana.

The published amounts are charged in local currency at the daily exchange rate.