Aer Arann charges for all their check in baggage except on flights to London and the Isle of Man. Fees are £10 per bag when booked up to 3 hours before departure, and £20 within those 3 hours before flight departure. Excess weight is charged per kilo at £7. Bags should not exceed 53cm high x 56cm wide x 127cm long in size, with a maximum weight of 32kg.
Large sporting equipment like golf clubs, bicycles or surfboards, should be pre-booked and pre-paid in advance, with a maximum length of 205 cm per item. The fee is £30, or £40 if paid within 3 hours of flight departure.
Aer Arann doesn’t guarantee the carriage of large delicate instruments unless a seat on the aircraft has been reserved and paid for. This is due to unforeseeable availability of space in the hold. They also recommend suitable private insurance to be purchased for these items.
If you are travelling with infants, you can take with you an extra piece of cabin luggage of up to 7kg, for each child that travels with you. Aer Arann will check in one large item, such as a buggy or a pushchair, free of charge.
If you or your companions travel on a wheelchair, you should notify the airline in advance and the chair would be loaded free of charge.
All travellers are allowed to take 1 bag on board of the aircraft with them, as long as it doesn’t exceed 7kg and 20cm x 28cm x 43cm in size. If you are carrying creams or liquids this should have a maximum size of 100 ml and be placed in a transparent plastic bag.
Aer Annan requires all check-in bags to be labelled with your contact details. The airline states it is the passenger responsibility that any fragile item carried in the luggage is packed appropriately for air travel.
Flying on some of the greenest aircrafts in the industry, Aer Arann prides itself on their low consumption and emissions of their fleet, as well as their awarded customer service. Their destinations range from internal flights within Ireland, to the UK and France, and transatlantic flights in code-share with other airlines.