Free baggage allowance


Members with LifeMiles or Gold Star Alliance status​

I​f you’re a LifeMiles member with Silver, Gold or Diamond LifeMiles status, or Star Alliance member with Gold Status, please keep in the mind the pieces of baggage you can transport without additional cost regardless of the travel region.

LifeMiles (Diamond and Gold Member) and Star Alliance Gold ​
​​LifeMiles Silver Members
Economy Class ​Business Class Economy Class
Business Class
2 pieces of baggage of ​23 kg (50 lbs) each one

1 additional piece of 20 kg (44 lbs)
2 pieces of baggage of 32 kg (70 lbs) each one

1 additional piece of 20 kg (44 lbs)
2 pieces of baggage of 23 kg (50 ​lbs) each​ one
2 pieces of baggage of 32 kg (70 lbs) each one

The total sum of the external dimensions (height + length + width) may not exceed 158 centimeters (62 inches).


Passengers without LifeMiles or Star Alliance Gold status​​

Flights within Colombia, Ecuador* and Peru

 

Passengers
 
 
Economy Class
Busin​ess Class
W​​eight​
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Weight
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Adults 
Children: 2-12 years
1 or 2 pieces

Maximum combined weight 
of 23 kg (50 lbs)
 
158 cm
(62 inches)
1 or 2 pieces

Maximum combined weight of 
32 kg (70 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)​


Infants: 0-2 years. Not occupying a seat



1 piece

Maximum weight of
10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm
(62 inches)
1 piece

Maximum weight of 10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)
Please ​​note
  • You can check boxes as your free baggage allowance, as long as they comply with the size and weight characteristics given above depending on the destination.​ If they are overweight or oversize they will be subject to space availability (conditional/stand by bag).

  • ​​When purchasing two separate tickets, no matter if it is with the same airline, the free baggage allowance policy in effect for each route described in each of the tickets applies.
  • Please note due to the requirement of the National Agricultural Health Service (SENASA) in Arequipa-Peru the entry of fruits is restricted.​


Do you need to take your pet, sports equipment or a special baggage?


Some of these items you can take as carry-on baggage​ or as part of your free baggage allowance.​ 

Check the policy for each:​


​​​​Sports eq​ui​​pment

Traveling​ with pets​​​

Special Baggage​


*Applies to international flights to and from Ecuador​.

To an​d from Latin America

South America, Central America ​and the Caribbean, except Mexico

Passengers

Economy Class
Busine​ss Class
Weight
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Weight
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Adults 
Children: 2-12 years
1 or 2 pieces

Maximum combined weight of
32 kg (70 lbs).
158 cm 
(62 inches)
2 pieces

Maximum weight for each piece
32 kg (70 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)


Infants: 0-2 ​years. Not occupying a seat​



1 piece

Maximum weight of
10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)
1 piece

Maximum weight of
10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches
Please ​​note
  • You can check boxes as your free baggage allowance, as long as they comply with the size and weight characteristics given above depending on the destination.​ If they are overweight or oversize they will be subject to space availability (conditional/stand by bag).

  • ​​When purchasing two separate tickets, no matter if it is with the same airline, the free baggage allowance policy in effect for each route described in each of the tickets applies.


Do you need to take your pet, sports equipment or a musical instrument with you?


Some of these items you can take as carry-on baggage or as part of your free baggage allowance.​ 

Check the policy for each:​


​​​​Sports eq​ui​​pment

Traveling​ with pets​​​

Special Baggage​


Flights between North America and South America or the Caribbean

Passengers


Economy Class
Business Class
Weig​ht
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Weight*
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Adults 
Children: 2-12 years
2 pieces

Maximum weight for each piece​
of 23 kg (50 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)
2 pieces

Maximum weight for each piece​
32 kg (70 lbs )
158 cm 
(62 inches)


Infants: 0-2 years. Not occupying a seat


 
1 piece

Maximum weight of 10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)
1 piece

Maximum weight of 10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)



Flights between North America and El Salvador from June 23 to November 14, 2014


Passengers


Economy Class
Business Class
Weig​ht
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Weight*
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Adults 
Children: 2-12 years
2 pieces

Maximum weight for each piece​
of 23 kg (50 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)
2 pieces

Maximum weight for each piece​
32 kg (70 lbs )
158 cm 
(62 inches)


Infants: 0-2 years. Not occupying a seat


 
1 piece

Maximum weight of 10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)
1 piece

Maximum weight of 10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)


Flights
 between North America and Central America

 
Passengers

Economy Class
Business Class
Weight
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Weight
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Adults 
Children: 2-12 years
1 or 2 pieces

Maximum combined weight of
32 kg (70 lbs)
158 cm
(62 inches)
2 pieces

Maximum weight for each piece​
32 kg (70 lbs)
158 cm
​(62 inches)


Infants: 0-2 years. Not occupying a seat



1 piece

Maximum weight of 10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm
(62 inches)
1 piece

Maximum weight of 10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm
(62 inches)





*With the exception of flights between Brazil and North America (U.S., Mexico and Canada), which allows a maximum weigh​t of 70 pounds (32 kilos) each.​


Please ​​note
  • You can check boxes as your free baggage allowance, as long as they comply with the size and weight characteristics given above depending on the destination.​ If they are overweight or oversize they will be subject to space availability (conditional/stand by bag).

  • ​​When purchasing two separate tickets, no matter if it is with the same airline, the free baggage allowance policy in effect for each route described in each of the tickets applies.
  • Codeshare or interline flights to and from the United States: due to DOT (Department of Transportation) regulations, the baggage allowance policy that applies is that established by the airline marketing the flight.


Do you need to take your pet, sports equipment or a musical instrument with you?


Some of these items you can take as carry-on baggage or as part of your free baggage allowance.​ 

Check the policy for each:​


​​​​Sports eq​ui​​pment

Traveling​ with pets​​​

Special Baggage​


​​

Flights from America to Europe

Passengers


Economy Class
Business Class
Weight
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Weight
Dimensions
(height + length + width)
Adults 
Children: 2-12 years
2 pieces

Maximum weight for each piece
of 23 kg (50 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)
2 pieces

Maximum weight for each piece
32 kg (70 lbs)​
158 cm 
(62 inches)


Infants: 0-2 years. Not occupying a seat


 
1 piece

Maximum weight of 10 kg​ (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)
1 piece

Maximum weight of
10 kg (22 lbs)
158 cm 
(62 inches)

Please ​note​​​​
  • You can check boxes as your free baggage allowance, as long as they comply with the size and weight characteristics given above depending on the destination.​ If they are overweight or oversize they will be subject to space availability (conditional/stand by bag).

  • ​​When purchasing two separate tickets, no matter if it is with the same airline, the free baggage allowance policy in effect for each route described in each of the tickets applies.


Do you need to take your pet, sports equipment or a musical instrument with you?


Some of these items you can take as carry-on baggage or as part of your free baggage allowance.​ 

Check the policy for each:​


​​​​Sports eq​ui​​pment

Traveling​ with pets​​​

Special Baggage​


Baggage with partner airlines


If your trip includes flights with our partner airlines with Codeshare or Interline agreements​ keep in mind that​:

  • ​The baggage policy of the airline that made the first intercontinental crossing (between America and Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania) will be respected.

  • On failure to comply with the above condition, the policy of the airline that makes the first subzone crossing will be respected. For example: from North to Central America.

  • In case the aforementioned conditions are not met, the policy of the airline making the first international crossing will be respected.

Learn more about the baggage policy ​partner airlines​.










Please note​

For flights to and from the United States the policy of the first airline who sells the flight applies, according to the DOT regulations.