Checked Baggage Allowance
Itinerary including flights operated by EVA Air or the Most Significant Carrier (MSC) determined by EVA Air only:The baggage allowance depends on the airport and the destination. Two allowance systems are in use:
(Except countries apply Piece System)
(To/From the US and Canada and certain countries in South and Central America.)
|30kg (66 lb)
||2 pieces, each baggage shall not exceed 32kg(70 lb)
||The sum of the three dimensions of each piece may not exceed 158 cm(62 in)
|*25kg (55 lb)
||2 pieces, each baggage shall not exceed 28kg(61 lb)
||20kg (44 lb)
||2 pieces, each baggage shall not exceed 23kg(50 lb)
|*Infant not entitled to a seat
|10kg (22 lb)
||1 piece with same weight of baggage allowance in an adult traveling class.|
1. As indicated on the ticket, the baggage allowance for Evergreen Deluxe/Elite Class passengers is 20 kg (44 lb). It may have extra allowance of 5 kg (11 lb) for courtesy purpose to make up a total of 25 kg (55 lb). This allowance is not transferrable to other carriers, nor is applicable over sectors with piece concept.
2. As a general rule the above free baggage allowances apply when EVA Air operates the geographically longest or most significant stretch of the journey. Also, the free baggage allowance may change if you interrupt your trip or if you’re holding separate tickets for one journey. Please refer to your electronic ticket which shows your checked baggage allowance and which carrier’s allowances and charges apply.
3. For infants not entitled to a seat, fully collapsible stroller/pushchair or infant carrying basket or car seat can be checked as baggage or be accepted as carry-on in the passenger cabin subject to the availability of space.
Itinerary including flights operated by other airlines (connection flights or codeshare flights)
According to IATA Resolution 302, a step-by-step process to that determines which carrier’s rule to apply for an interline journey, where, for each checked portion:
1. If carrier provisions are the same, such provision will apply
2. If different, apply provisions of “Most Significant Carrier” (MSC)
In case this is a code share flight, apply the provision of operating carrier
3. If MSC does not publish its provision, apply the rule of the Check-in carrier
4. If the Check-in carrier does not publish its provision, apply Operating carriers’ provisions sector-by-sector
According to the section 399.87 requirement by U.S. Department of Transportation (US DOT), for passengers whose ultimate ticketed origin or destination is a U.S. point, U.S. and foreign carriers must apply the baggage allowances and fees that apply at the beginning of a passenger's itinerary throughout his or her entire itinerary.
In the case of code-share flights that form part of an itinerary whose ultimate ticketed origin or destination is a U.S. point, U.S. and foreign carriers must apply the baggage allowances and fees of the marketing carrier throughout the itinerary to the extent that they differ from those of any operating carrier.
So if passengers whose ultimate ticketed origin or final destination is a U.S. point, the free baggage allowance for the complete itinerary shall apply the exceptional rules governed by US DOT and determined by the first marketing carrier. The first marketing carrier has the option to use the MSC methodology to determine which carrier’s baggage allowance and fees to apply. You may contact your travel agent, check our Interline partnersor contact EVA AIR ticketing offices for details.
Baggage rules for EVA AIR's codeshare partners:
Baggage rules for EVA AIR's Interline partners
- Download Interline partners (MS-Word)