Checked baggage

Baggage allowance for tickets bought on or after 31 March 2020:

Baggage allowance Business Flex Business Classic Economy Flex Economy Classic Economy Light
Intercontinental flights to/from Japan* 3 PC 3 PC 2 PC 2 PC
Intercontinental flights to/from Cuba and Asia
excluding Japan
2 PC 2 PC 1 PC 1 PC N/A
Intercontinental flights to/from North America
(USA, Canada, Mexico)
2 PC 2 PC 1 PC 1 PC 0 PC
Flights within Europe, Russia and the Middle East 2 PC 2 PC 1 PC 1 PC 0 PC
Flights within Finland, Scandinavia and the Baltics 2 PC 2 PC 1 PC 1 PC 0 PC
Children Same as adult Same as adult Same as adult Same as adult 0 PC
Infants 0–2 years
(In addition to the ticketed allowance, baby stroller and car seat may always be taken free of charge)
1 PC 1 PC 1 PC 1 PC 0 PC
* Baggage allowance for flights to/from Japan depends on the departure/destination country and available ticket options.
* Economy Light tickets for Japan are currently only available to/from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, Ireland, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary and Russia.

Baggage allowance for tickets bought before or on 30 March 2020: please see the details here.

1 PC = one piece of baggage with the maximum weight of 23 kg and external dimensions (length + width + height) of up to 158 cm. A piece of special baggage, for example a musical instrument or golf equipment that fit in these measures can also be regarded as one piece of baggage. In addition, skis up to 220 cm are counted as one piece of baggage.

Children

Children’s tickets include the same baggage allowance for checked baggage as adults in the same travel class. An infant’s (0–2-year-old child) checked baggage allowance includes one piece of checked baggage weighing a maximum of 23kg (50lb). In addition, children and infants are always allowed to have a foldable pushchair and safety seat, even when travelling with an Economy Light ticket that does not include checked baggage.

Larger pushchairs are carried as checked baggage free of charge. If a pushchair can be disassembled, it should be separated it into two parts. Each part must be packed in plastic bags or some other form of protection.

Finnair Plus and oneworld members

Finnair Plus Silver, Gold, Platinum and Platinum Lumo members can take one additional bag on flights operated and marketed by Finnair.

Finnair Plus Gold, Platinum and Platinum Lumo members and oneworld Emerald and Sapphire members can take one additional bag on oneworld marketed flights operated by Finnair.

In addition, Finnair Plus Gold, Platinum and Platinum Lumo members are allowed to take a set of golf, ski or diving equipment on flights operated and marketed by Finnair.

Additional baggage

If passenger would like to take more bags than what is included in his/her checked baggage allowance, an extra bag charge will be collected.

When all the flights in the itinerary are operated by Finnair, passenger can pay in advance for up to three additional bags or sports equipment within the measures and weight of a standard bag. Travel agencies can charge the fee with EMD-A.

More on additional baggage

Large and heavy baggage

A heavy bag charge applies to baggage with the maximum weight of 32 kg (70 lb) and/or maximum dimensions of 190 cm x 75 cm x 65 cm (75 in x 29.5 in x 25.5 in). The heavy bag charge can only be paid at the airport. The heavy bag charge is not collected from Business Class passengers or Finnair Plus Platinum or oneworld Emerald members.

Some special items, for example wheelchairs, some sports equipment and large musical instruments, exceeding the maximum measures may be accepted with a prior approval from the airline. Kindly check further details in Easy’s Special Baggage section.

All other baggage exceeding the maximum measures or weight (with the exception of pet containers) can only be transported as cargo.

Sports equipment

Baggage allowance on other airlines' flights

Baggage allowances and regulations may vary depending on the airline.

If the ticket includes flights operated by other airlines, IATA standards of the Most Significant Marketing Carrier (MSMC) define which airline’s baggage regulations apply for the journey. If the geographically longest or most significant flight of the journey is not marketed by Finnair, but by another airline, this airline’s rules also apply to Finnair flights.

The baggage allowance is always shown on the ticket. Please contact the operating airline for more information.

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