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Monarch Luggage Allowance

Monarch Cabin Luggage Allowance:

Passengers flying with Monarch have a carry-on baggage allowance of 1 item up to 5kg.

Any hand luggage taken into the cabin must not exceed the size restrictions of 56cm x 45cm x 25cm dimensions.

If you are taking liquids into the cabin, these should be carried in separate containers of no more than 100ml and packed in a re-sealable transparent bag.

Monarch Checked In Baggage Allowance:

Monarch will allow travellers to check in up to 20kg in total, including your hand luggage. If your cabin baggage weights 5kg, the allowance for your check in baggage will be 15kg.

Monarch allows their customers to share their weight allowance as long as they are travelling under the same booking reference and no single item of luggage is over 32kg.

Premium Cabin passengers allowance is up to 30kg.

Travellers carrying an infant have an extra allowance of 10kg and a pushchair checked in free of charge.

If your bag is over the weight limit you can pre-book extra allowances.

Passengers on scheduled flights can purchase extra weight on bundles of 3kg and up to a maximum of 12kg over the standard allowance. It will be charged per kilo at £7.50 if booked online or £10 directly at the airport.

On long haul flights you will be charged £15 per extra kilo.

Customers on a charter flights, can buy extra weight on bundles of 5kg at £37.5 per sector if on a short haul flight, or £50 if flying long distance.

Monarch Oversize Luggage:

Passengers on scheduled flights taking a golf bag, a bicycle, skis or a surfboard will have to pay £19.99. Larger items up to 32kg will be charged at £35

If you are on a charter flight and you want to take a golf bag, a bicycle or a surfboard you will be charged £25 up to 20kg, over that weight limit you will have to pay £35 for your equipment. There’s a £5 discount if you book online.

If you are carrying a music instrument you can take it as your cabin baggage if it complies with size and weight restrictions. Larger instruments will have to be checked in, subject to excess fees, unless an extra seat has been purchased on the plane.

Last updated on 02/02/2012
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