Ethiopian Airlines Baggage allowance

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Ethiopian Airlines affords its passengers some baggage allowance. Baggage allowance is simply the quantity of luggage or baggage that a passenger can carry onboard a commercial plane for free.

Ethiopian Airlines baggage allowance is divided into categories.

Carry-On Allowance

Business: Up to 2 pieces, each with a maximum weight of 7 kg.

Economy: 1 piece with a maximum weight of 7 kg and a maximum sum of dimensions equal to 118 cm (46 in.) In addition, passengers may also carry free of charge items of personal effects for use in flight, such as; handbag (laptop bag), pocketbook or purse, small camera and/or a pair of binoculars, reasonable amount of reading material for the flight, Infant’s food for consumption in flight and Infant’s carrying basket.

Ethiopian Airlines PHOTO: Jetphotos
Ethiopian Airlines PHOTO: Jetphotos

Checked Baggage Allowance

Economy: Up to 2 pieces, each with a maximum weight of 23 kg (50 lbs.) and a maximum sum of dimension equal to 158 cm (62 in.).

Cloud Nine: Up to 2 pieces, each with a maximum weight of 32 kg (70 lbs.) and a maximum sum of dimension equal to 158 cm (62 in.) ShebaMiles Gold, ShebaMiles Silver, and Star Gold: up to 3 pieces.

Ethiopian Airlines extra baggage charges

Excess Luggage Rate of Sporting Equipment

With the excess luggage rate of excess sporting equipment, the price ranges from $100 to $200 depending on patronized class and size of equipment.

Excess Baggage Charge to carry Television

With the excess luggage rate of excess baggage charge to carry television, the price ranges from $80 to $200 depending on class patronized and television size.



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