Flynas Baggage Policy (cabin & hold)

Hand and checked baggage: Find out about the baggage policy at Flynas

You must not include in your baggage any items which do not constitute baggage as defined in ICAO and IATA regulations, the Convention, government rules and regulations, without limitation and which are considered unacceptable for transportation.

You can carry part of your baggage for free on board Flynas aircraft and this is called your baggage allowance, which is subject to the conditions and limitations contained in the regulations of the Saudi company and in these general conditions of carriage.

Hand baggage: How many bags to take in the cabin

Flynas has set a maximum dimension of 56cm H, 36cm W, 23cm and a weight of 7kg for your hand baggage allowance. This should also fit under the seat in front of you or in a closed storage compartment in the aircraft cabin. If your carry-on baggage exceeds the maximum dimensions or weight or does not fit under the seat in front of you or in a closed storage compartment or if we decide that it is not secure, you must check it as baggage of hold and if this takes over your baggage allowance, you will be required to pay excess baggage charges. Please refer to the Flynas regulations for more details.

You can also carry a small laptop case or purse in the cabin

Items that are considered unacceptable for carriage in hand baggage must be removed and packed securely in your hold baggage.

The baggage allowance granted to each passenger differs depending on the fare they choose to travel on the Flynas aircraft. In Economy or Premium class, travelers are entitled to the same baggage allowance. They can carry a 7kg piece that they fly on a link connecting two domestic or international destinations.

Checked baggage: how much baggage can you carry in the hold

A maximum of two hold baggage per customer with maximum dimensions of 81cm H, 119cm W, 119 cm will be allowed as hold baggage. The maximum weight for each piece is thirty-two (32) kg, but if this supports your hold baggage allowance as specified by your fare type, and the company decides to accept your excess baggage, you will have to pay the excess baggage charges. For more details on your checked baggage allowance and excess charges, please refer to the Flynas regulations.

Hold baggage is accepted at check-in on the specified day of travel upon presentation of a valid reservation and must bear your name or other form of personal identification securely affixed to it. When you check in your hold baggage, you will receive an identification tag for each piece.

Flynas will transport your heavy baggage, where possible, on the same aircraft with you, unless it refuses it for safety, security or operational reasons to transport it by other means. If the carrier accepts your baggage but does not carry it on the same plane with you, it will do everything possible to make it available to you for collection at the destination airport within a reasonable time later.

The number of parts and kilograms to be carried in the hold may change depending on the price of the plane ticket. Logically, Premium (Business) class passengers are entitled to an improved franchise. Conditions may also change depending on the type of flight (Domestic or international).

For example, passengers in possession of a Light ticket in Economy class must pay a fee in order to be able to travel with checked baggage. On the other hand, travelers flying in this cabin, but who have booked a ticket at the Value fare, have the option of transporting a 20kg piece free of charge. Passengers choosing the Plus fare are entitled to an additional 10kg in the hold.

For travelers choosing Premium class seats, they are entitled to two pieces of 20kg each (40kg in total).

When taking the Flynas plane to travel outside of Saudi Arabia, the Asian company applies the same conditions mentioned above, operating flights to Kuwait, Dubai, Amman, Istanbul, Trabzon, Bierut, Athens, Tbilisi , Batumi, Baku, Sarajevo, Hurghada, Vienna, Tirana and Salaalah, Salzburg Sharm-El Sheikh.

On the other hand, passengers booking tickets offered at the Light fare, and traveling to Antakya, Lahore, Islamabad, Karachi, Khartoum, Hyderabad, New Delhi, Lucknow, Calicut & Karach, are authorized to carry 20kg in the hold (in one piece of baggage). ). Holders of Value and Plus tickets in Economy class are entitled to 30kg and 2x20kg respectively.

Premium class passengers are also entitled to the carriage of two pieces of luggage with a total weight of 40kg (2x20kg).

And if your trip is to Algiers, Cairo, Kano, Baghdâd or Erbil, in this case, Flynas gives you the opportunity to transport a 30kg piece in economy class (all prices combined) and two 20kg pieces each in Business class (Premium).

Excess baggage: Carry as much luggage as you want on with Flynas

If you are traveling with more baggage than the allowable allowance, you will have the option of purchasing an additional allowance upon departure from the Flynas agency located at the airport, or from its website where you benefit from significant discounts. .

What are the forms of payment accepted?

Additional deductibles can be purchased in cash or by credit card directly at the airport. It is also possible to pay for the franchise with miles points if you are a member and subscribed to its Nasmiles program.

If you want to carry extra baggage in the cabin, you will therefore have to pay a supplement when checking in in order to check in your 2nd piece of baggage.

Liquid transport by plane

Each passenger is limited to 100ml of each liquid, aerosol and gel to be carried in a well-sealed transparent plastic bag with a maximum capacity of 500ml in their handbag (Medicines and infant foods are included).

Transport of cash and precious metals on board Flynas planes

Every traveler leaving or entering the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia must declare to customs officials any currency or precious metal exceeding a value of sixty thousand Saudi Riyal (60,000 SAR) or its equivalent in other foreign currencies. Disclosure forms, procedures and all other information are available here.

Prohibited items?

Cabin baggage is checked. Containers containing liquids (perfume, shower gel, etc.) must comply with certain size and packaging rules. Sharp objects (sharp or pointed), weapons including toys or imitation weapons are prohibited in the cabin. Flammable products are prohibited in both baggage and hold.

You can contact Flynas customer service to find out the exact list of products authorized in your handbag.
No passenger is permitted to carry dangerous or potentially dangerous goods on the aircraft in their hold or cabin baggage. He must remove any article the presence of which may affect the safety and security of the aircraft or of any person on board.

Travelers are not allowed to take dangerous goods, weapons, firearms, prohibited or restricted items, animals, human remains or other unacceptable items on airplanes Flynas. The Saudi company can either register these items as hold baggage or refuse to transport them completely.

By providing you with the list of products that may not under any circumstances be transported in Flynas planes, namely:

  • Compressed gases (deeply refrigerated, flammable, non-flammable and toxic);
    - Explosives (ammunition, fireworks, pyrotechnics and flares);
    - Corrosives (acids, alkalis, mercury and wet batteries);
    - Radioactive material;
    - Flammable liquids and solids (lighter fuel, matches of any type, paints, thinners, fire starters, or easily ignited items);
    - Poisons (toxic substances, weedkillers and insecticides).;
    - Oxidizing materials (organic peroxides and bleaching powder);
    - Disable devices (mace or pepper spray);
    - Infectious substances (viral culture, bacterial strains);
    - Weapons, firearms;
    - Dead animal matter.

Other items that are irritating or offensive materials or magnetized materials

All types of weapons: Firearms, toy pistols or replicas (plastic or metal), darts, billiard, billiard or pool cues, catapults, laser pens, personal attack alarms, shopkeepers' tools, knives with blades of any length, household cutlery, razor blades, paper knives, box cutters, hypodermic syringes (unless supported by medical evidence), knitting needles, scissors, swords, bows and archery arrows or the like, self-heating food or drink.

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