Baggage allowance for International ticket

  1. Standard KGs allowed as Free Hold/Checked luggage on flights destined to Europe and US Economy class ticket is two pieces @ 23KGs per piece. Business class is 32KGs per piece.
  2. Hand luggage is usually 5-7KGs
  3. Excess/Extra baggage will be charged per Kilo depending on individual Airline

    Check-in Time 3hrs to departure.


Baggage allowance for local ticket

  1. Kenya Airways economy class: 23Kg
  2. Fly 540 economy class: 20Kg
  3. Jambojet economy class: 10Kg

    Check-in Time 90minutes to departure.

Not Permitted as Passenger Baggage

  1. Bleaching agents
  2. Cook top lighters
  3. Disabling devices (e.g. mace, pepper spray, etc) containing an irritant or incapacitating substance
  4. Electro shock weapons (e.g. Tasers)
  5. Fertilisers
  6. Fire extinguishers
  7. Fireworks
  8. Flammable aerosol cans (not including toiletries)
  9. Flammable gas cylinders/cartridges
  10. Flammable liquids
  11. Flares
  12. Hydrogen peroxide
  13. Industrial cleaning products
  14. Insecticides and weed killers
  15. Non-flammable gas cartridges over 28g (ie. soda stream canisters)
  16. Oil paint
  17. Party poppers
  18. Petrol
  19. Pool cleaning products
  20. Self-inflating life rafts
  21. Security-type attache cases (e.g. cash boxes, cash bags, etc) incorporating dangerous goods, such as lithium batteries and/or pyrotechnic material
  22. Sparklers
  23. Unassembled "make your own" Christmas cracker kits. NOTE: Two standard sized packets of Christmas Crackers or Bon Bons are permitted as checked baggage only.

Find out What you Can and Can't Take in your Hand Baggage:


Airport security staff may confiscate anything they consider dangerous - even if the lists below say the item is allowed in your luggage.


Laptops/electrical items

You're allowed to take electrical items (like laptops and hairdryers) in your hand baggage, but they have to be removed and screened separately.


Musical instruments

If you plan on travelling with a large musical instrument, you should contact your airline before booking.

You may need to make special arrangements, like buying an extra seat. Any musical instrument you bring with you will need to be screened separately.


Essential medicines, including inhalers and liquid dietary foodstuffs

You are allowed to carry essential medicines of more than 100ml in your hand baggage, but you will need:

Prior approval from the airline and departure airport supporting documentation from a relevant qualified medical professional (for example: a letter from your doctor or prescription)

Remember to take only what you need for your journey. Extra supplies and larger containers of medicine can go in your hold baggage.


Baby food and baby milk

You are allowed to take baby food, baby milk and sterilized water in your hand baggage. This includes:

    - Soya milk for babies
    - Sterilized water for the baby (must be in a baby bottle)
    - Formula, breast milk or cow milk specifically for babies
    - Baby food of various consistencies
    - You are allowed to take enough for the journey. In some cases this may be over 100ml.
      The adult     carrying the baby food or milk may be asked to verify it by tasting.


Liquids bought at the airport

You're allowed to take liquids in your hold luggage, but there are strict rules in place about carrying liquids in your hand luggage. 'Liquids' includes gels, sprays (aerosols) and pastes.


You can take into the aircraft cabin any liquids you buy after passing through security, as these items go through a separate screening process. This includes bottled water, wines and spirits and fragrances and cosmetics of any size.

Liquids include:

    - All drinks, including water, soup and syrups
    - Cosmetics and toiletries, including creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, mascara and lipsticks
    - Sprays, including shaving foam, hairspray and spray deodorants
    - Pastes, including toothpaste
    - Gels, including hair and shower gel
    - Contact lens solution
    - Any other solutions and items of similar consistency


If you need certain liquids during the flight, you can take them into the cabin in limited quantities as follows:

    - Containers must hold no more than 100ml
    - Containers must be carried in a single, transparent, re-sealable plastic bag, which holds no more
    - Than a litre and measures approximately 20cm x 20cm
    - Contents must fit comfortably inside the bag so it can be sealed
    - The bag must not be knotted or tied at the top
    - Each passenger can carry only one of these bags
    - The bag must be presented for examination at the airport security point


Containers larger than 100ml (excluding essential medicines) will not be allowed through the security point even if they are only part full

Other items

Pushchairs, walking aids and wheelchairs are usually permitted in the cabin, but they will need to be security screened first.

 
Mileage Accrual Program

We advise our frequent flyer clients to enroll for Mileage accrual program in order for them to accumulate points whenever they fly. They can later redeem such points and get a free ticket depending on the destination to be flown. Below are various Airlines for your Online Enrolment and Online Check in.


British Airways
Join the Executive Club Online

Check in Online And Click Manage My Booking


KLM & KQ
Become a Flying Blue Member

KL- Check in online


KQ- Check in Online

Qatar Airways

Check-in Olnline


Emirates
Become A Skywards Member

Check in Online

South African Airways

Check in Online


Ethiopian Airlines
Join ShebaMiles

Check in Online

Swiss Air
Sign up for Miles & More
Web Check in


 Turkish Airline

Miles&Smiles Join


EgyptAir
EgyptAir Plus Enrolment

Web Check-in


Brussels Airline

Enrolment for Miles & More


Fly540

Check-In

Jambojet

check-in

 

 


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