Change in the maximum number of bags permitted on national flights
As of August 29, 2016, when you travel within Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru you will be able to take 1 bag of 23 Kg in the hold of the aircraft.
If you need to travel with more items of baggage you will have to pay an additional fee in the airport, in which case we advise you to arrive early at our counter on the day of your flight.
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 excess weight, number of additional bags and the baggage allowance permitted on the ticket you purchased.
Review the fees that apply to additional bags and excess weight on your route. Bear in mind that the amounts shown do not include taxes of each country and may change without prior notice.
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.
At present we are still working on standardizing the amount of extra baggage you may take on board and their charges. In the meantime, it will depend upon the route and the airline that is operating your flight.