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Excess Baggage Policy

Are you planning a trip and worried about exceeding your baggage allowance? Look no further! In this article, we’ll provide you with all the essential information you need to know about the “Eireview – Extractive Industries Review” excess baggage policy. Whether you’re traveling domestically or internationally, we’ve got you covered. So, let’s dive in and make your journey stress-free!

A. PW BAGGAGE POLICY

Domestic Travel Free Baggage Allowance

  • All Passengers (Adult/Children) Routing Economy Class: 10Kg + collapsible stroller
  • Infants who have paid child fare occupying a seat: 23Kg

Regional/International Travel within Africa Free Baggage Allowance

  • All Passengers (Adult/Children) Routing Economy Class: 23Kg

Excess Bag Charges

  • EXTRA PIECE/EXTRA WEIGHT BAG DOMESTIC: Baggage more than 23KGS but less than 32KGS (Extra Charge per Kilo) – TZS 10,000 Per Kilo

Note: For each allowable piece that exceeds the allowable weight, excess baggage charges shall apply.

B. CABIN BAGGAGE ALLOWANCE

  • Passengers Business Class: 1 piece of hand baggage 7kg, Size: 55x38x20cm
  • Passengers Economy Class: 1 piece of hand baggage 7kg, Size: 55x38x20cm

Sports Equipment

  • Bikes: A carton bicycle box is required for packing. Excess charges apply.
  • Diving Equipment: Charges apply based on destination and weight of equipment.
  • Fishing Equipment: Normal weight allowance applies.
  • Golf Equipment: Special rules and charges apply.
  • Water and Snow Ski Equipment: Special rules and charges apply.
  • Surfboards: Special rules and charges apply.
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Note: Additional charges may apply for excess weight or piece.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the maximum weight allowed for domestic travel within Tanzania?
A: The maximum weight allowed for domestic travel within Tanzania is 23Kg.

Q: Are there any additional charges for sports equipment?
A: Yes, there are additional charges for sports equipment. Please refer to the specific equipment rules for more details.

Q: Can I carry human remains or ashes of a deceased person?
A: Human remains in a coffin are not accepted as baggage. However, passengers may carry ashes of a deceased person in a sealed urn, following certain guidelines.

Q: How are excess baggage charges calculated?
A: Excess baggage charges are calculated based on the weight and destination of the baggage.

Conclusion

Now that you’re familiar with the “Eireview – Extractive Industries Review” excess baggage policy, you can travel with confidence. Remember to check the specific rules and charges for sports equipment and other special items. If you have any further questions or need assistance, don’t hesitate to reach out to our customer support team. Happy travels!

This information is provided by Eireview – Extractive Industries Review. For more details, visit Eireview.