Your Checked-in Baggage
Know exactly what you can take with you
Trust us to take full care of your Air Malta checked-in bags, from the moment you arrive at our service desk, until you pick them up from your destination.
The amount of baggage you can check in depends on the travel class of your ticket.
|Product Family||Baggage Permitted|
No Free Bag
No Free Bag
1PC each - 23kg
1PC each - 23kg
1PC each - 32kg
2PC each - 32kg
2PC each - 32kg
Learn more about the various benefits of our travel classes.
Your exact baggage allowance is always stated on your ticket. Visit View My Booking to enter your PNR code and retrieve this information.
|Children and Infants|
|Infants (0 up to 2 years)||
10 kg per infant except Go Light
|Children and Minors (2 years up to the 12th birthday date)||
Same as adult baggage allowances
Learn more about travelling with infants and children.
By Piece or by Weight?
Your checked-in baggage is counted by pieces rather than by weight alone. This means you can carry a maximum amount of weight in the number of pieces that your ticket is entitled to. Baggage-pooling is not permitted between passengers traveling on the same routing to the same final destination.
Be aware that some airlines have different checked-in baggage rules. You should contact your travel agency or speak directly with the airline in question if part of your travel itinerary involves another airline.
If you’re in doubt, ask our airport staff who can advise you on the checked-in baggage regulations for a trip involving another airline.
Need to carry more baggage?
If you need to check in extra baggage over and above your free allowance, you are kindly requested to visit www.airmalta .com through Manage my booking, Call centre on +356 2166 2211 or by visiting Airmalta Sales Office located at Malta International Airport.
If you try and check in baggage that exceeds the permitted weight, this is considered excess baggage and you will have the option to pay for the extra weight at the service desk.
Remember, a single piece of checked-in baggage should never weigh more than 32 kg, whether or not the allowed excess baggage limit has been exceeded. All pieces of baggage in excess of 32 kg must be repacked in separate bags. Kindly read our terms and conditions.
Excess Baggage Prices
|Types of Baggage||Purchased Online||Purchased at the airport||Redeem KMiles *|
|Up to 23kg Baggage||
|Upgrading Bag from 23kg to 32kg||
What Should I not Include in my Checked Baggage?
You must not include in Checked Baggage money, jewelry, precious metals, computers, personal electronic devices, negotiable papers, securities or other valuables, business documents, passports, other identification documents or samples and any fragile or perishable items. We are not liable for the loss of any of these items. Click here to view more information related to Conditions of carriage.
Items that must not be carried in checked baggage, including fragile, brittle, breakable, delicate or easily perishable items, money, jewellery, precious metals, computers, electronic devices, mobile phones, cameras, optical devices – glasses, bills of exchange, securities and other valuable objects such as paintings, manuscripts, publications as well as documents, including business documents and trade samples, passports or other identification documents, medicine and keys as well as damages resulting from the placement of the above mentioned objects in the baggage. (Such items should be transported under personal care and at the responsibility of the passenger).
Due to international regulations, there are some restrictions on what you can pack in your checked-in baggage. A list of dangerous items is kept updated and can be viewed here.
Travelling to/from the USA
When you’re preparing your checked-in baggage for travel to the USA, remember to check the TSA (US Transportation Security Administration) restrictions on using locks. Certain items such as flammable material are also completely banned on flights to and from the USA, both in checked-in and hand baggage. For more information please visit the TSA website.
Read more about travel to the USA
Damaged, Delayed or Lost Baggage
In some rare cases, problems may result in your baggage being lost or delayed. If you encounter such an issue with your baggage and require assistance, we are committed to helping you. Our dedicated baggage claims staff will answer all your questions.
To find out more, click here.