All the information you need to know about the luggage you can carry with Wamos Air, as well as the unpermitted luggage and information on luggage incidents.
With Wamos Air, on flights operated with B747, you can check in up to 40 kg of luggage in tourist class and 60 kg in Business class as well as being able to take your golf equipment free of charge. On flights operated with A330, the baggage allowance will be 23 kg. in tourist class and 60 kg. in Business class.
The maximum admissible weight for each item is 32 kg, based on the normal occupational health and safety regulations of the different airports and agents handling your luggage.
Babies of up to 2 years old (INF) travelling without a seat have an allowance of one 20 kg piece of luggage plus a fully folding cradle or baby chair.
If you want extra luggage in addition to your free allowance, book the “Additional luggage” service now on this website during your booking process or in the “Bookings management” section if you have already completed your purchase. We remind you that you can also call our Call Centre +34 912181539 from Monday to Friday from 9 am to 8 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 6 pm.
*1 additional suitcase of up to 23 kg
*1 additional suitcase of up to 32 kg
If you exceed the contracted luggage allowance, you must pay €10/additional kg up to a maximum of 80 kg total luggage per passenger.
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You can carry it as hand luggage provided that it does not exceed the maximum weight of 8 kg in accordance with the space available.
Guitars, cellos and instruments of similar dimensions must be checked in at the check-in desk and will travel in the aircraft's hold.
If you want to carry your guitar, cello or instrument of similar dimensions in the aircraft’s cabin, you must purchase an additional seat to transport them.
For security reasons, there are a number of objects that are prohibited in the cabin of an aircraft. Therefore, they must be checked in as hold luggage (provided that their transportation in the aircraft's hold is not also prohibited). These prohibited objects include:
The security staff may refuse access to the boarding area and the cabin of an aircraft if you are in possession of an article that, even if it is not considered prohibited, arouses suspicion.
Although it may amaze you, some apparently inoffensive products can be dangerous on board a plane if they are included in your luggage, due, for example, to variations in temperature and pressure and the movement of the aircraft. Therefore, for example, you must not carry the following products in your luggage:
The list of prohibited items is available at the airport at the check-in desks.
Below, you can find several links with exhaustive information on the items whose transportation as hand luggage and/or hold luggage is prohibited or restricted.
Electronic devices transported in the checked luggage must be completely switched off.
You can use the electronic devices presented in the previous section by activating AIRPLANE MODE. In case of doubt, consult our crew.
Following the existing Regulations on the transportation of lithium batteries and certain electronic devices (power banks, drones, electronic cigarettes, medical devices, etc.) as well as the IATA Recommendations, there are certain items whose transportation is prohibited or subject to special conditions. You can consult what they are and what limitations they have via the following link:
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The Company will not accept liability for the possible damage that may be suffered by fragile checked objects (glass bottles, paintings, crafts, delicate objects, etc.), perishable checked objects, cash, currencies, jewellery, works of art, precious metals, silverware, certificates or other valuable objects, expensive garments, optical and/or electronic instruments, cameras of all types, musical instruments, tool boxes, business documents, marketable securities, samples and shares, passports and other documents, any valuable object badly packaged sporting equipment, beyond the legally established limits. Passengers may apply a higher liability limit by making a special declaration at check-in at the latest and paying a surcharge.
If you want to check luggage on which you want to make any declaration of special value on any Wamos Air flight, you must proceed in accordance with the following rules:
We therefore remind that it is essential that, in case of an incident with checked luggage (loss, delayed delivery or damage), before leaving the airport baggage claim hall, when you re-assume the custody of your luggage, you go to the Incidents desk in that lounge immediately to formulate the corresponding complaint in writing at that time; you must fill in the printout called a Property Irregularity Report (P.I.R.), a necessary requirement to record the incident that has occurred and for the airline to be able to process the incident.
If the PIR is not formalised, the company will not be able to assume any liability in view of the luggage pursuant to article 31.1 of the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air, done in Montreal on 28 May 1999, and article 3.1 of Regulation (EC) no. 2027/97 of the Council, of 9 October 1997.
With Wamos Air, bikes, golf clubs, snowboards, surfboards or windsurf boards can be checked in, subject to some considerations.
Take advantage and travel with all your accessories; unlike our competitors, we allow you to include many of them in your luggage allowance for free.
Take into account that the Luggage section of the General Terms and Conditions establishes that the company has the authority to accept or reject a bag due to its weight, configuration or size.
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You can take your bike on the plane. Remember that they must have only one seat and no engine, and must be prepared to be checked in as hold luggage, and always packaged. To transport them, they must be checked in folded, with the handlebars fixed to the sides, the pedals removed and the tyres deflated and correctly packaged.
They are always treated as excess luggage with a fixed tariff of EUR 75 per leg, exclusively payable in the airport, regardless of the destination.
Skiing equipment consists of a pair of skis or snow bike or snowboard, a pair of poles and a pair of boots. Water skiing equipment consists of a pair of standard-size water skis or slalom water ski.
It forms part of the customer's free allowance provided that it does not exceed the authorised allowance. You only have to pay a charge in the event that you exceed the passenger allowance.
Golf equipment is composed of a bag containing a maximum of 14 clubs, a dozen balls and a pair of golf shoes. Remember that everything must go inside the bag. It forms part of the customer's free allowance provided that it does not exceed the authorised allowance. You only have to pay a charge in the event that you exceed the passenger allowance.
“Surfing” equipment exclusively consists in a board. “Windsurfing” equipment consists of a board, boom, centreboard, mast and sail. Finally, “kitesurfing” equipment consists of a kite, steering bar, board and lines.
You must reserve space at least 48 hours before checking in. Also remember that it is convenient to turn up to the airport to check in your luggage as early as permitted.
This equipment will always be checked in as excess luggage, regardless of the luggage allowance to which the passenger is entitled. They are always treated as excess luggage with a fixed tariff of EUR 150, exclusively payable in the airport, regardless of the destination.