Nigerian airline, Air Peace, has announced new regulations on baggage for its domestic and regional flights.
In a flyer obtained by our correspondent, the airline noted that with effect from September 1, baggage allowance on domestic flights would be 15 kilogram for economy class while that of business class would be 30 kilogram.
It added that N1000 per kg would be charged on baggage exceeding the specified weight, which would be paid at the airport.
The flyer titled, ‘BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE UPDATE,’ read, “Effective from September 1, 2022, baggage allowance on domestic flights will be 15kg in Economy Class; 30kg in Business Class.
“Baggage in excess of the specified weight will attract a fee of N1000 per kilogram to be paid at the airport.”
The airline also announce this on its website, adding, “Baggage Allowance on Regional Flights: 30kg in Economy Class and 40kg in Business Class EXCEPT FOR DAKAR which is 42kg in Economy Class and 50kg in Business Class. Baggage in excess of the specified weight is subject to a fee of $6 per kilogram to be paid at the Airport.
“Infants pay 10% of the adult ticket fare in all Classes and is entitled to a maximum of 10kg of luggage in either Economy class or Business Class. This infant luggage can be checked-in or used as carry on Cabin baggage.”