Air Jamaica Holiday Baggae Regulations

MIAMI – Air Jamaica’s holiday baggage regulations are intended to make packing and check-in easier for passengers during this busy travel season. Additionally, the airline reminds travelers with excess baggage that Air Jamaica Cargo provides a convenient alternative to ensure that items arrive at their destination in time for the holidays.

“We understand that passengers travel with additional items during the holiday season and want to make travel more convenient with these guidelines,” said Sue Rosen, Air Jamaica’s Senior Director, Customer Service. “By following these guidelines, our passengers can relax the moment they board.”

Carry-On Baggage

Each passenger is allowed one piece of carry-on baggage with a maximum weight of 30lbs and a maximum size of 45ins, except Toronto which is 22lbs, which must fit underneath the seat in front of the passenger or in the overhead bin.

Checked Baggage

Lovebird Economy Class passengers are entitled to a maximum of two pieces of checked baggage, one free piece and a second piece at $25 each way. Lovebird Executive Class passengers are entitled to three free pieces of checked baggage. The maximum weight/size for each checked bag is 50lbs/62ins.

Overweight Baggage

Air Jamaica will continue to accept overweight baggage that is within the free allowance, weighing over 50lbs but not more than 70lbs, at a charge. The overweight charge is per piece and will be accepted subject to space availability.

Excess Baggage

Passengers exceeding the baggage allowance have the option to check up to three extra pieces at specified charges. The bags may weigh no more than 70lbs and will be accepted subject to space availability. No excess pieces will be accepted at check-in from December 1-31 from Toronto or between New York (JFK) and Grenada. From December 19-26, no excess baggage will be accepted on any routes.

Passengers wishing to carry more than three pieces of excess baggage, and baggage that exceeds 70lbs or total dimensions of 62ins must be shipped via Air Jamaica Cargo.

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