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Easyjet Baggage Allowance

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
I'm going to Mallorca tomorrow, and was wondering about a few things about the baggage allowance, as the easyjet website is a bit confusing.

I'm taking a bike, how much is it aloud to weigh?.. 20kg or 32kg?
And my bag im taking as hold luggage is aloud to be 20kg?
Does the total of the bike and my bag have to add up to less then 50kg?
Am I aloud to take Energy bars in hand luggage as they weigh a tonne?

Thanks!

Dom.
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
and can you check in online with a bike?
banned#2
5kg cabin luggage

20kg hold luggage

you need to book a bike seperately I think and it needs to be extremely well packed otherwise they wont take it
banned#3
Dommm;7737479
and can you check in online with a bike?

no
#4
You can barely travel with a bag on easyjet. you've got no chance with a bike!
#5
The bike will go as outsize baggage, I don't think bikes weigh that much do they? And you might be able to check in online, but you'll still need to go to the desk at the airport to check the bike in.

And 5kg hold luggage as csiman said...
banned#6
Up to 8 pieces of checked-in hold baggage to a maximum combined weight of 20kg. Each piece of checked-in hold baggage will incur a fee, which is payable online or at the airport at a higher charge. A fee per kilo for excess weight is charged at the airport prior to departure

Special Items and Baggage Charges

Sporting equipment
Each passenger is allowed a maximum combined hold baggage weight of 50kg including any sports equipment, subject to available space. The maximum weight for any single piece of baggage is 32kg.
Bicycles (1), golf equipment, and skis, surfboards, wind surfers, hang gliders, and firearms (2)
An additional non-refundable fee is charged per item per flight for the carriage of the above items as set out in our carrier’s regulations.
Payment of the additional fee increases your checked-in hold baggage allowance (including additional item) to a maximum weight of 32kg.
Where your total checked-in hold baggage weighs more than 32kgs, normal excess baggage charges as set out in our carrier’s regulations shall apply in addition to the above fee.
Please note that sporting equipment fees will not be refunded if you change your mind and decide not to carry sporting equipment on your flight.
(1) Carriage of bicycles:

[LIST]
[*]The bicycle must be packaged in a bicycle box or bag
[*]Only one bicycle per bicycle box or bag will be permitted
[*]No other items can be carried in the bicycle box (e.g. clothing)
[*]The handlebars must be flush with the frame
[*]The pedals must be flush against the frame or removed[/LIST]Passengers travelling with bicycles are strongly recommended to check-in 2 hours prior to departure in order to guarantee carriage.
banned#7
Its £10 per kg excess charge above 20kg so if your hold luggage and bike comes to 50kg then you will have to pay an excess charge of £300
#8
I thought hand luggage was unlimited: http://www.easyjet.com/B2B/EN/Onboard/handbaggage.html
#9
civms47
The bike will go as outsize baggage, I don't think bikes weigh that much do they? And you might be able to check in online, but you'll still need to go to the desk at the airport to check the bike in.

And 5kg hold luggage as csiman said...


The bike weighs 8kg, but with packaging and case it adds up to 20kg...

I thought your aloud 32kg for the bike, 20kg for the hold luggage - but it must add up to less then 50kg (which is the max per passenger for hold and sporting equipment) and 1 piece of hand luggage which only restriction is the size and that you can lift it up.
#10
Dommm
The bike weighs 8kg, but with packaging and case it adds up to 20kg...

I thought your aloud 32kg for the bike, 20kg for the hold luggage - but it must add up to less then 50kg (which is the max per passenger for hold and sporting equipment) and 1 piece of hand luggage which only restriction is the size and that you can lift it up.


You can check-in a bike up to 32kgs weight. Bikes come under "sporting equipment" in Easyjet's regulations, the fee for this is £18.50 if pre-booked, or £26 at the check-in desk

http://www.easyjet.com/en/book/regulations.html#baggage
#11
Dommm
I thought hand luggage was unlimited: http://www.easyjet.com/B2B/EN/Onboard/handbaggage.html


It is, I am sure that some folk on here have never been on an aircraft yet deem themselves qualified to give advice.:roll:
banned#12
Dommm;7737988
The bike weighs 8kg, but with packaging and case it adds up to 20kg...

I thought your aloud 32kg for the bike, 20kg for the hold luggage - but it must add up to less then 50kg (which is the max per passenger for hold and sporting equipment) and 1 piece of hand luggage which only restriction is the size and that you can lift it up.

you still pay £10 per kg for anything above your total allowance of 32kg for hold luggage after paying £18.50 for the bike

Payment of the additional fee increases your checked-in hold baggage allowance (including additional item) to a maximum weight of 32kgs.
Where your total checked-in hold baggage weighs more than 32Kgs, normal excess baggage charges as set out above shall apply in addition to the above fee.

must have removed the 5kg cabin quite recently
#13
csiman

must have removed the 5kg cabin quite recently


I cannot recall it ever being 5kg.
.

Most empty carry on bags weigh about 3kg.;-)
#14
If you have a problem with Easyjet, don't keep your feelings bottled up inside, make sure you express them aloud.
banned#15
Inactive;7739059
I cannot recall it ever being 5kg.
.

Most empty carry on bags weigh about 3kg.;-)

lol - I must be going back a few years as it appears they scrapped their limit in 2004! :oops:
#16
Each passenger is allowed a maximum combined hold baggage weight of 50kg including any sports equipment, subject to available space. The maximum weight for any single piece of baggage is 32kg

Does this mean that my bike + bag can be 50kg together?

And am i aloud to take lots of energy bars on as hand luggage?
#17
Dommm


[COLOR="Red"]You do know this isn't Easyjet helpline right? :whistling:[/COLOR]

Does this mean that my bike + bag can be 50kg together?

[COLOR="red"]Yes[/COLOR]

And am i aloud to take lots of energy bars on as hand luggage?


[COLOR="red"]What is your definition of 'lot's?[/COLOR]
#18
Trickyjabs
[COLOR="red"]What is your definition of 'lot's?[/COLOR]


well about 3kg, it should fit in the hand luggage bag not a problem, just are you aloud to take food onboard?
banned#19
Dommm;7740931
Each passenger is allowed a maximum combined hold baggage weight of 50kg including any sports equipment, subject to available space. The maximum weight for any single piece of baggage is 32kg

Does this mean that my bike + bag can be 50kg together?

And am i aloud to take lots of energy bars on as hand luggage?

yes but you will have to pay £180 excess baggage plus £18.50 for the bike carriage fee! :roll:

This is EACH WAY so total excess fee wil be c.£400.00
#20
How did you go with the bike???

We too will be doing the easyjet thing and are confused on the bicycle thing . Did you pay excess??
How much??
We'll be 2 people, 2 bikes and 1 bag total 58kg
#21
the member hasnt been online for Last active:3 weeks, 3 days ago

best to pm them
#22
Why on earth would any person want to take a bike on an aircraft, the sort of person who puts a bike on a train, no doubt.
Why not RIDE the bloody thing!!.
#23
Maybe they had a triathlon or a racing bike competition somewhere they couldn't ride to?? pointless comment really!!

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