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YOU ARE ALLOWED ONE ITEM OF HAND BAGGAGE WEIGHING NO MORE THAN 8 KG AND MEASURING NO MORE THAN:
- 55 cm HIGH
- 35 cm WIDE
- 25 cm DEEP
SIZE AND WEIGHT
The hand baggage you bring on board with you may weigh no more than 8 kg and measure no more than 55 cm in height, 35 cm in width and 25 cm in depth – including handles, side pockets and wheels.
Alitalia also lets you bring an accessory of your choice from the following:
- Laptop computer
Before proceeding to the boarding gate, check the size and weight of your hand baggage with Alitalia ground personnel or by placing it in one of the baggage measurers near the check-in desk. The hand baggage of passengers who fail to perform this check may not be accepted on board.
ITEMS PROHIBITED IN THE CABIN
Items considered dangerous for flight security are not permitted in the cabin, such as: scissors, pencil sharpeners, pocket knives, and agricultural, scientific, sports and industrial (or similar) tools, as well as replica firearms. The use of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes), electronic cigars and electronic pipes is prohibited in the cabin. Lighters may only be brought on board on your person. See items prohibited on board.
BAGGAGE ON FLIGHTS OPERATED BY OTHER PARTNER COMPANIES
For code share flights, please visit the website of the Partner Company operating the flight.
CHECKED BAGGAGE CANNOT EXCEED 23 OR 32 KG IN WEIGHT, DEPENDING ON THE TRAVEL CLASS AND DESTINATION, AND 158 CM IN SIZE (THE SUM OF HEIGHT + WIDTH + DEPTH).
At check-in, your baggage will be weighed and tagged with your name, itinerary, airport codes, flight numbers and dates. You will use the tag receipt to identify your baggage upon arrival and, should your baggage be lost, it will make it easier to track. We suggest that you also put your own personal luggage tag on the baggage, including your contact information, so that you can be reached in the event of a problem.
Alitalia’s liability limits for lost or damaged baggage is based on Montreal Convention 1999 unless a higher value is declared in advance.
If you wish to extend these limits, find out how you can make a DECLARATION OF VALUE
SIZE, WEIGHT AND AMOUNT — BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE
Make sure your baggage is strong enough and does not exceed the maximum allowed size: 158 cm (height + width + depth).
Cardboard boxes may be accepted as checked baggage, provided they are labeled with the passenger's name, wrapped in cellophane and comply with the maximum allowed size.
Depending on your destination, travel class and the ticket issue date, you may bring one or two pieces of baggage weighing no more than 23 or 32 kg. Any excess in terms of the allowed number of items, weight and/or size can be covered by paying for extra baggage allowance, which you can purchase at the airport from the Alitalia ticket desk or online during check-in, with a 20% discount.
Passengers who have requested special assistance may purchase extra baggage allowance with a 20% discount by calling the dedicated number within 24 hours of their flight departure time.
Please note that, for safety reasons, each item of baggage may not weigh more than 32 kg.
For tickets bought with the Light Fare the checked baggage has a cost:
- For national and international flights* the cost is of €15 per segment on Alitalia website, call centers and qualified travel agencies and of €30 per segment for purchases through ticket offices and check-in at the airport.
- For tickets purchased with Light fare to/from Paris and vice versa the cost is of €20 regardless the purchase channel. At Paris airport it is possible to purchase the baggage at ticket offices or at the fast check-in.
*From Ancona to Rome and Milan Linate, from Brindisi to Rome and Linate, from Bologna to Rome, from Bari to Rome and Milan Linate, from Comiso to Milan Linate, from Catania to Rome, Milan Linate, Naples and Pisa, from Rome to Florence, Genoa, Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa, Perugia, Palermo, Pisa, Pescara, Reggio Calabria, Lamezia Terme, Turin, Trieste, Venice, Verona, from Milan Linate to Naples, Palermo, Pescara, Reggio Calabria, Lamezia Terme, Trieste, from Naples to Palermo, Turin, Trieste, from Reggio Calabria to Turin, from Lamezia Terme to Turin.
ARE YOU AN EXCLUSIVE CLUB MEMBER?
Discover all the advantages of size, weight and quantity of baggage allowed on the special page of the club you belong to.
Always remember to give your MilleMiglia code during the booking stage or enter it during online check-in.
ALL OF THE REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE TRANSPORTATION OF SPORTS EQUIPMENT, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION, DIPLOMATIC BAGS AND URNS. CHECK WITH BAGGAGE ASSISTANCE.
Sports equipment weighing 23 kg or less is considered normal baggage and is included in the baggage allowance. Sports equipment exceeding 23 kg is subject to the normal excess baggage fee.
Surf and windsurf boards and tandem bikes are an exception to this rule.
All musical instruments the sum of whose dimensions (height, width, length) does not exceed 115 cm and whose length does not exceed 115 cm, and with a maximum weight of 8 kg, can be carried free of charge on board, in a special hard case, instead of hand luggage.
Instruments, such as cellos, which do not exceed the following dimensions: 52x40x135 cm (width, depth, height) and weight of 32 kg, must be carried in the cabin paying an additional fee. The booking must be made at least 48 hours before the day of departure.
Passengers wishing to carry their own musical instruments on board Alitalia flights must arrive at check-in at least 60 minutes before it closes.
WEAPONS AND AMMUNITION
Weapons and ammunition are not included in the baggage allowance. They must be registered during check-in, subject to payment of a flat-rate surcharge based on the flight destination. Each passenger is allowed to carry a maximum of 20 kg of weapons and a maximum of 5 kg of ammunition.
A diplomatic bag is a sealed bag accompanied by a diplomatic courier who declares it as such during check-in.
All the necessary information on how to transport urns in the cabin on our flights.