Depending upon your travel needs here are some of the charges you may encounter when you fly with us.
Excess Baggage Fees to / from North America
Excess baggage fees are chargeable if the checked baggage exceeds Jet Airways’ free checked baggage allowance. Effective June 1, 2012, our excess baggage rates have been revised. The new excess baggage rates to / from North America as are below:To / from India, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Singapore, Gulf / Middle East, Dhaka, Kathmandu and Colombo
Baggage information for journey(s) to / from United States of America (USA):
For journeys(s) to / from USA, Jet Airways will honour the baggage policy of the first marketing airline irrespective of the ticket issue date / validating airline.Example:Route: Ahmedabad – Mumbai – Chicago
With effect from December 26, 2011, Jet Airways will charge a nominal amount for the oxygen bottles provided on board.
Charge per bottle:
For more information, please click here.
Weapons and Ammunitions
Jet Airways will charge INR 5000 per fire arm, air gun and / or ammunition (up to 50 rounds) per guest for additional services provided during handling and carriage of fire arm, air gun or ammunition in their registered baggage on domestic sectors.
On International sectors guest will be charged US $100 for the additional service provided during handling and carriage of fire arm, air gun or ammunition in their registered baggage. For more information, please click here.
Jet Airways levies a fee for carriage of television from the below airports:
Baggage Allowance for passengers travelling on migrant visas*
Guests travelling on migrant visas ex-India will be permitted to carry maximum 40kgs as Free Baggage Allowance on 9W international flights and on the connecting 9W domestic flights.
This will apply only when travel is to 9W destinations where the weight concept is applicable.
The migrant visa baggage allowance can be availed only on the migrant visa holder's first outbound journey and not on subsequent trips.
The migrant visa baggage allowance can also be extended to 'dependents' of the migrant i.e. spouse and children who may either accompany the migrant or travel subsequently for their first outbound journey after issuance of the 'said' visa.
*Visas eligible for migrant visa baggage allowances are those issued for immigration purposes. Visas also include those issued to dependants of the primary migrant visa holder who are entitled to immigrant status by virtue of their relationship such as spouse, children, fiancee, etc. Australian Fiancee/Provisional Spouse visas are also eligible.
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