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Emirates has one of the most generous baggage policies in the world.

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We offer different baggage allowances based on either the weight concept or the piece concept – depending on your specific route. This is in line with international regulations.

Check our FAQ for details.

Weight concept

The weight concept applies to all routes, excluding travel to or from destinations in Canada, North America and South America. For travellers in Emirates Economy Class, your baggage allowance depends on the type of fare you’ve purchased.

When you fly with Emirates to and from destinations outside the Americas, you can enjoy the following checked baggage allowances:

Economy Fare Brand
Ticket issued Special Saver Flex Flex Plus
Before 20 June 16 30 kilograms 30 kilograms 30 kilograms 30 kilograms
On/after 20 June 16 20 kilograms 30 kilograms 30 kilograms 35 kilograms
Business Class
Ticket issued All fare types
Before 20 June 16 40 kilograms
On/after 20 June 16 40 kilograms
First Class
Ticket issued All fare types
Before 20 June 16 50 kilograms
On/after 20 June 16 50 kilograms

If your allowance has increased after having a ticket reissued, we strongly recommend that you carry proof of your original baggage allowance (a print out or screenshot of the original ticket).

You can check in as many pieces of baggage as you need, as long as the total weight is less than the maximum baggage allowance of your class. However, each individual item must weigh less than 32 kilograms in total.

If an individual item has total dimensions (length + width + height) greater than 300 centimeter (118 inches), it can’t be checked in as baggage and will need to be sent as cargo or freight. There are no exceptions to this rule.

Piece concept (for Canada, North America, South America and flights from Africa)

If your journey includes any destinations in Canada, North America or South America, or you are flying from Africa, different baggage rules apply.

The total dimensions (length + width + height) of each piece must not exceed 150 centimeter (59 inches). You’ll be charged an additional fee for any individual items exceeding dimensions of 150 centimeter (59 inches), up to a maximum of 300 centimeter (118 inches). If an individual item has total dimensions greater than 300 centimeter (118 inches), it can’t be checked in as baggage and will need to be sent as cargo or freight.

If you check in two pieces of luggage (in any of our three classes), the total combined dimensions of both pieces should not exceed 300 centimeter (118 inches).

Baggage allowances

For travel to and from Canada, North America and South America, and for travel from Africa, you can check in two bags of up to 23 kilograms each in Economy Class, and two bags of up to 32 kilograms each in First Class or Business Class.

Please note if you purchased a ticket before 1 August 2017 with a flight to or from Brazil, you can take two bags of up to 32 kilograms each in Economy Class.

Travel from Australia, New Zealand or Asia

If your journey from Australia, New Zealand or Asia to North or South America includes a stopover in Dubai greater than 24 hours, or a sector in Europe or Africa, the weight concept will apply for the entire ticketed journey.

Travel including any destination in Africa

If your journey commences in Africa, different rules apply depending on when your ticket was issued. Please read our FAQ for details.

Interline baggage policy

If your travel starts in the United States and the first airline on your booking is not Emirates, different rules may apply.

Interline flights are flights that are on the same ticket as your Emirates flights, but they are operated by another airline and do not have an 'Emirates' flight number (Emirates flight numbers start with EK). These airlines may have a different baggage allowance to Emirates. You can read the interline partner baggage allowances for information on allowances and charges for carry-on baggage and checked bag.

Personal motorised vehicles are not allowed on board

For safety reasons, we can’t accept personal motorised vehicles such as hoverboards, mini-Segways and smart or self-balancing wheels on our flights. We can’t carry them either as checked-in baggage or as hand luggage as they contain large lithium batteries. This regulation still applies even if you’re connecting to our flights from an airline that has accepted them.

Items containing explosives are not allowed on board

All fireworks and any other items containing explosives, for example Christmas crackers, firecrackers, bottle rockets, poppers and sparklers are forbidden to be carried either as carry-on baggage or as checked baggage on our flights.

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