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Baggage Rules for Corendon Airlines (CAI or XC) & Corendon Airlines Europe (XR)

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Baggage Rules for Corendon Dutch Airlines (CD)

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After booking, you can add baggage online until a maximum of 5 hours before departure via fly.corendon.com. You will not receive a baggage voucher. The booking of the baggage is automatically processed in the check-in system. We recommend printing the payment receipt and bringing it to the airport.

Note: Within 5 hours before departure, you can only add checked baggage at the airport, at a higher rate.

Hand Baggage for Corendon Dutch Airlines and Corendon Airlines (free)

1 piece of hand baggage up to max. 55x40x25 cm (such as a backpack or trolley) and max. 8 kilos. On flights to Curaçao, the allowed weight of hand baggage is max. 10 kilos. This should be placed in the overhead bins on board. Please note: everything must fit in 1 piece of hand baggage, including laptops, handbags, etc. If there is too much baggage in the cabin, the crew may decide to transport some items as checked baggage.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Max. 89 cm high and 115 cm wide. For a fee, you can book up to 60 kg of checked baggage per person departing from a Dutch airport (excluding destination Dubai). The maximum weight can be distributed among a maximum of 3 pieces of checked baggage per person. Each piece of baggage must not weigh more than 32 kilos. See the price table below for baggage rates.

For destination Dubai, max. 20 kg per person applies, excess baggage is not allowed.

Self-service

Self-service Baggage Drop-off at Schiphol Amsterdam Airport

Corendon automates the baggage check-in process, ideal if you have checked in online. If you are bringing checked baggage, you can drop it off at the self-service baggage drop-off points. Here you will find large, white machines with a flap at the front. Simply follow the instructions on the screen. Print your baggage label and attach it to your baggage. Your suitcases will automatically find their way to the aircraft via the baggage cellar.

In addition to the self-service baggage drop-off, you can also drop off your baggage at the Corendon check-in counter at the airport. You may need to wait in line for this.

See here for rates for special baggage.


Departure from and Arrival at a Dutch Airport

Corendon applies flexible rates for transporting checked baggage. The rate for transporting a suitcase varies depending on the duration of a flight. Hand baggage is free.

Hand Baggage 8 kg 10 kg*
Max. 55x40x25 cm free free

* Applicable to flights to and from Curaçao, operated by Corendon Dutch Airlines, from November 3, 2023

 

Checked Baggage 20 kg 30 kg 40 kg 50 kg 60 kg
Flights with a duration up to 3 hours € 24 € 34 € 48 € 58 € 68
Flights with a duration of 3 to 4 hours € 25 € 35 € 50 € 60 € 70
Flights with a duration of 4 hours and longer € 26 € 36 € 52 € 62 € 72
Flights to or from Curaçao* € 30 € 45 € 55 € 70 € 80

* Applicable to flights to and from Curaçao, operated by Corendon Dutch Airlines, from November 3, 2023

Excess Baggage

  1. If baggage is reserved in advance and the amount of baggage exceeds the reserved weight, the excess baggage rate is: € 10 per kilo per one-way journey.
    Example: You have reserved 20 kilos of baggage in advance , but you have 25 kilos of baggage. You pay an excess baggageth rate of € 10 for 5 kilos on the way out and € 10 for 5 kilos on the way back.
  2. If baggage is not reserved in advance and is taken to the airport, the rate for excess baggage Chairlines may charge for carriage of Musical Instruments Chairlines will accept musical instruments Chairlines may accept a limited quantity of musical Chairlines will accept a musical instrument as part of the standard baggage allowance when:
    • is: € 20 per kilo per one-way journey.
      Example: You have not reserved baggage and take 15 kilos of baggage to the airport. You pay an excess baggageth rate of € 20 for 15 kilos on the way out and € 20 for 15 kilos on the way back.

Special Baggage

If you want to bring special baggage such as sports equipment or a musical instrument, you can add this during the booking process. You can also book this by phone via the Contact Center up to 5 hours before departure. You can also bring special baggage to the airport without a reservation, but a surcharge applies. Here you will find the rates for special baggage.


Departure from and arrival at a Belgian airport

When to book luggage?

You can book luggage online during the booking or by phone through the Contact Center. After booking, you can book luggage online until a maximum of 5 hours before departure via fly.corendon.com. You will not receive a luggage voucher. The booking of luggage is automatically processed in the check-in system. We recommend printing the payment receipt and bringing it to the airport.

Cabin baggage (free)

Max. 55x40x25 cm and 8 kg. You are allowed to bring 1 piece of cabin baggage per person for free. Note: everything must fit in 1 piece of cabin baggage, including laptops, handbags, etc. Inflatable objects, including inflatable sports balls such as footballs, are not allowed on board.

Checked baggage (for a fee)

Max. 89 cm high and 115 cm wide. For a fee, you can book a maximum of 40 kg of checked baggage per person (except for destination Dubai). This weight can be divided over a maximum of 3 pieces of checked baggage per person. Each piece of baggage must not weigh more than 32 kilograms. See the price table below for baggage rates.

For destination Dubai, max. 20 kg per person applies, excess baggage is not allowed.

Check the rates for special baggage here.

Corendon applies flexible rates for transporting checked baggage. The rate for transporting a suitcase varies depending on the duration of a flight.

Cabin Baggage 8 kg
Max. 55x40x25 cm free

 

Checked Baggage 20 kg 30 kg 40 kg
Flights with a duration up to 3 hours € 24 € 34 € 48
Flights with a duration of 3 to 4 hours € 25 € 35 € 50
Flights with a duration of 4 hours or longer € 26 € 36 € 52

Excess baggage

  1. If baggage has been reserved in advance and the amount of baggage exceeds the reserved weight, the excess baggage rate is € 10 per kilogram per one-way journey.
    Example: You have reserved 20 kilograms of baggage in advance. At the airport, the suitcase turns out to be 23 kilograms. You must then pay € 30 at the airport.
  2. If no baggage has been reserved in advance, you can take a suitcase of 20 kilograms with you to the airport for a fixed price: € 75 per item of 20 kilograms per one-way journey.
    Example: You have not reserved 20 kilograms of baggage in advance. At the airport, your suitcase turns out to be 23 kilograms. You must then pay € 75 + € 30 = € 105 at the airport.

Departure from and arrival at a German airport

Corendon applies flexible rates for transporting checked baggage. The rate for transporting a suitcase varies depending on the duration of a flight.

Cabin baggage (free)

Max. 55x40x25 cm and 8 kg. You are allowed to bring 1 piece of cabin baggage per person for free. Note: everything must fit in 1 piece of cabin baggage, including laptops, handbags, etc. Inflatable objects, including inflatable sports balls such as footballs, are not allowed on board.

Checked baggage (for a fee)

Max. 89 cm high and 115 cm wide. For a fee, you can book a maximum of 60 kg of checked baggage per person (except for destinations Gambia and Dubai). This weight can be divided over a maximum of 3 pieces of checked baggage per person. Each piece of baggage must not weigh more than 32 kilograms. See the price table below for baggage rates.

For destination Dubai, max. 20 kg per person applies, excess baggage is not allowed.

Cabin Baggage 8 kg
Max. 55x40x25 cm free

 

Checked Baggage 20 kg 30 kg 40 kg 50 kg 60 kg
Flights with a duration up to 3 hours € 24 € 34 € 48 € 58 € 68
Flights with a duration of 3 to 4 hours € 25 € 35 € 50 € 60 € 70
Flights with a duration of 4 hours or longer € 26 € 36 € 52 € 62 € 72

Excess baggage

  1. If baggage has been reserved in advance and the amount of baggage exceeds the reserved weight, the excess baggage rate is € 10 per kilogram per one-way journey.
    Example: You have reserved 20 kilograms of baggage in advance. At the airport, the suitcase turns out to be 23 kilograms. You must then pay € 30 at the airport.
  2. If no baggage has been reserved in advance, you can take a suitcase of 20 kilograms with you to the airport for a fixed price: € 75 per item of 20 kilograms per one-way journey.
    Example: You have not reserved 20 kilograms of baggage in advance. At the airport, your suitcase turns out to be 23 kilograms. You must then pay € 75 + € 30 = € 105 at the airport.

Transavia (HV) Baggage Rules

When to book luggage?

You can book luggage online during the booking or by phone through the Contact Center. After booking, you can book luggage online from 6 weeks before departure until a maximum of 4 hours before departure via transavia.com. If you book and depart within 3 weeks, you can book luggage the day after booking. You use your 7-digit reservation number from Corendon for this. If you have booked checked baggage, you will receive a confirmation from Transavia by email. You must present this at check-in.

Within 4 hours before departure, you can only book luggage at the airport at a higher rate.

Cabin baggage

Transavia changes the conditions regarding cabin baggage from April 3, 2024. In the new situation, it remains possible for passengers to take 1 small piece of cabin baggage for free on board if it fits under the seat. If a passenger also wants to bring a large piece of cabin baggage on board, this must be booked separately. Note: Paying for cabin baggage is not applicable until November 3, 2024, for Corendon guests flying with Transavia.

Corendon customers can still take cabin baggage for free until November 3, 2024:

  • 1 piece of cabin baggage (formerly hand luggage) (55 x 35 x 25 cm)
  • 1 piece of hand luggage (formerly accessory) (40 x 30 x 20 cm)
  • Together, this may weigh a maximum of 10 kilograms.

If you want to ensure that your cabin baggage can be taken on board, you will need to purchase reserved cabin space. A personal item such as a small handbag or laptop bag (40x30x20 cm) can still be taken on board for free and guaranteed, and this must be placed under the seat in front of you.

The new service that combines cabin space with priority boarding starts from €10 per piece per one-way journey.

It is not possible to reserve cabin space for your cabin baggage through Corendon when flying with Transavia. You can make a reservation for your cabin baggage via My Transavia. Here you can log in with your 7-digit reservation number from Corendon, your last name, and departure date. Click here to reserve cabin space for your cabin baggage.

Checked baggage (for a fee)

You may take a maximum of 5 pieces of baggage per person for a fee, each piece must not weigh more than 32 kg and must not be larger than 70x60x30 cm. In total, you may take a maximum of 50 kg of checked baggage per person. Checked baggage can be booked for a fee, see the price table below.

Cabin Baggage 10 kg
Max. 55x35x25 cm free

 

Checked Baggage Rates for departures from April 1, 2024 15 kg 20 kg 25 kg 30 kg 40 kg 50 kg
Online/telephone rates per one-way journey € 24 € 30 € 35 € 48 € 60 € 90
Airport rates per one-way journey € 45 € 60 € 75 € 90 € 120 € 150

 

Checked Baggage Rates for departures from November 1, 2024 15 kg 20 kg 25 kg 30 kg 40 kg 50 kg
Online/telephone rates per one-way journey € 29 € 36 € 40 € 52 € 64 € 93
Airport rates per one-way journey € 45 € 60 € 75 € 90 € 120 € 150

 

Special Baggage per one-way journey
Ski, dive, fishing, or golf equipment
(only bookable through Transavia)
€ 42
Bicycle (electric bicycles not allowed), surfboard, wave, kite, or bodyboard, hang glider
(only bookable through Transavia)
€ 52

 

Excess Baggage

If you have booked baggage in advance but check in at the airport with more baggage, you will pay €15 per 5 kg of excess baggage.


Baggage Rules for KLM (KL)

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center up to a week before departure; it's not possible to add baggage through KLM's website. If you have a Flying Blue membership and book through Corendon, you are not entitled to a free suitcase.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 x 35 x 25 cm and 12 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage can be booked for a fee, with a limit of 23 kg per person, costing €80 per round trip.

View rates for special baggage here.


Baggage Rules for SunExpress (XQ)

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 X 40 x 23 cm and 7 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee, limited to 20 kg per person, costing €20 per one-way journey.

More information about SunExpress can be found here.


Baggage Rules for BH Airlines (BGH)

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 60 x 40 x 30 cm and 7 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee, limited to 20 kg per person, costing €24 per one-way journey.

More information about BH Airlines can be found here.


Baggage Rules for Turkish Airlines (TK)

When to Book Baggage?

Baggage is included in your trip with Turkish Airlines. You don't need to do anything during the booking.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 x 40 x 23 cm and 8 kg.

Checked Baggage (free)

Checked baggage is free and limited to a maximum of 30 kg.

More information about Turkish Airlines can be found here.


Baggage Rules for Anadolujet (TK)

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 x 40 x 23 cm and 8 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee, limited to 20 kg per person, costing €44 per one-way journey.

More information about Anadolujet can be found here.


Baggage Rules for Pegasus (PC)

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 cm x 40 cm x 20 cm and 7 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee, limited to 20 kg per person, costing €20 per one-way journey.

More information about Pegasus can be found here.


Baggage Rules for Brussels Airlines (SN)

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 x 40 x 23 cm and 8 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee; see the price table below. You may book 23 kg per person per one-way journey.

Hand Baggage 8 kg
Max. 55 x 40 x 23 cm Free

 

Checked Baggage 23 kg
Online/phone rates per one-way journey € 27

More information about Brussels Airlines can be found here.


Emirates (EK) Baggage Rules

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center. Baggage allowance per person is 30 kilograms, and infants are not entitled to baggage.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 x 38 x 20 cm and 7 kg.

Checked Baggage (free)

Checked baggage is free and limited to a maximum of 30 kg.

More information about Emirates can be found here.


Vueling (VY) Baggage Rules

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center up to 48 hours before departure.

Medical baggage can be requested for a fee via the Contact Center up to 48 hours before departure. For departures at the airport, medical baggage can be requested and paid for at the check-in counter.

Hand Baggage (free)

Your hand baggage, along with purchases at the airport, is free and must fit under the seat in front of you, with a maximum size of 40 cm x 20 cm x 30 cm. A trolley can only be taken for a fee, checked as hold baggage, and cannot be carried as hand baggage on board.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee, as per the price table below.

Hand Baggage  
Max. 40 x 20 x 30 cm Free

 

Checked Baggage 20 kg 25 kg
Online/phone rates per one-way journey € 24 € 29

More information about Vueling can be found here.


Freebird (FH) Baggage Rules

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 x 40 x 20 cm and 7 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee, and you can only book 20 kg per person, costing €20 per one-way journey.

More information about Freebird can be found here.


TUI fly (Netherlands: OR, Belgium: TB) Baggage Rules

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 x 40 x 20 cm and 7 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee, as per the price table below.

Hand Baggage 7 kg
Max. 55 x 40 x 20 cm Free

 

Checked Baggage 20 kg 30 kg
Online/phone rates per one-way journey from the Netherlands or Belgium € 20 € 30

More information about TUI fly can be found here.


AlbaStar (LAV or AP) Baggage Rules

When to Book Baggage?

You can book baggage online during the booking process or by phone through the Contact Center. After the booking, you can only add baggage via the Contact Center.

Hand Baggage (free)

Max. 55 x 40 x 20 cm and 7 kg.

Checked Baggage (for a fee)

Checked baggage is available for a fee, and you can only book 20 kg per person, costing €23 per one-way journey.

More information about AlbaStar can be found here.


Lost or Damaged Baggage

In case of lost, forgotten or damaged items or luggage during your flight, we are ready to assist you. Report loss or damage immediately upon arrival at the destination or airport, at the baggage handler of the airline you flew with. It is also necessary to have a so-called PIR report drawn up. You will need this report for travel insurance purposes. When reporting, we ask you to give as detailed a description of the object as possible. Photos and any proof of purchase are valuable and can speed up the process. For found objects on Corendon flights with flight number CD, please email a copy of the report to lostandfound@corendon.nl.

If you are flying with another airline, please consult that airline's official website for additional information.

If it concerns a lost item on board and we have it in our possession, it is possible to send the item at your own expense. In some cases it is also possible to collect the item, in consultation with the Lost & Found department.

Important Information

  • It is important to note that Corendon cannot be held liable for lost, forgotten or damaged items or the delivery of your luggage on a later route. We offer no guarantee that items, even if reported as found, can actually be delivered to you. It is advisable to take out travel and/or cancellation insurance. In case of damage or delay, you can claim insurance in some cases.
  • Tracing the lost items takes time, so take into account a handling period of at least 4 weeks.
  • By reporting a lost or forgotten item, you agree to the above terms and conditions.

Here you can find information about customs rules (departure from and arrival at Dutch airports)

Information may change, so always check the website of Dutch Customs for the current rules.

Customs Travel App

Want to bring home another specific purchase? Check with the free Customs Travel App if your purchase complies with Dutch customs rules. Still unsure? Post your question or photo of your purchase on the Facebook or Twitter page of Customs with #magditmee, and customs officers will find out for you.


Liquid Items in Hand Baggage

Read here the current information about (hand) baggage.

Liquids and gels can be taken in containers of up to 100 ml. These containers can only be taken in a transparent plastic bag. Each person can take one transparent, resealable plastic bag with a maximum content of 1 liter. Thermos flasks (empty or full) are not allowed.

Can I take my tax-free purchases on the plane?

All liquids such as drinks and perfume purchased at EU airports or on board EU airlines are allowed if the liquids are packed and sealed in a bag by the shop or on board the plane. The liquids must be demonstrably purchased on the day of the flight, and the bag's seal must not be broken.

Stopover/transfer and tax-free purchases

If you have a layover or transit at a European airport and need to disembark briefly, you must take your hand luggage with you. You are not allowed to leave your hand luggage on the plane.

Liquid items purchased at an airport outside the European Union will be confiscated at European airports. Even if they are sealed. This also applies to purchases made on board a non-European airline. Keep this in mind.

Can I take medicines and baby food in my hand luggage?

It is always allowed to take medicines and baby food needed for the duration of the trip in your hand luggage. You must be able to prove at customs that you need the medicines during the journey.


Prohibited Items

Due to flight safety on board, the following items are not allowed both in hand baggage and checked baggage:

  • Dangerous substances
  • Firearms and firearms
  • Pointed/sharp weapons (objects)
  • Blunt objects
  • Explosives and flammable substances
  • Chemical and toxic substances
  • Trophies of (parts of) animals obtained from hunting, even if obtained legally

More information about prohibited items in hand baggage and checked baggage can be found here in the questions: What objects am I not allowed to transport in my checked baggage? and What objects am I not allowed to transport in my hand baggage?


Customs Rules

A foreign trip is an ideal opportunity to buy souvenirs, gifts, or other items. Before you enthusiastically shop at a destination outside the European Union (EU), it is important to check whether your potential purchase complies with Dutch customs rules. You are not allowed to take everything home. These regulations apply to all countries outside the EU, such as Turkey and the Caribbean islands, including Curaçao. The Canary Islands are an exception and are also subject to regulations for countries outside the EU.

Almost everyone knows that you are not allowed to take protected species or coral with you. But there are also customs rules for food (including dairy and meat), drinks, and the number of cigarettes you are allowed to take with you. With the free Customs Travel App, you can easily check what you can take home and avoid confiscation and any fines.

The five main points for destinations outside the EU:


1. Purchases above € 430

When taking items home from a destination outside the EU, you need to consider the € 430 rule. This means that you have to pay tax on items that have a total value above € 430. It doesn't matter if you bought them yourself or received them as a gift. Upon arrival at the Dutch airport, you must choose the red passage at Customs. This can also be recognized by the sign with the text 'Declaration of goods' on it.


2. Counterfeit Articles

In many destinations such as Turkey and Egypt, you can buy brand clothing and accessories at a low price. There is a high chance that these are counterfeit products, even though the seller often denies it. In the Netherlands, it is allowed to bring counterfeit items for personal use. Dutch Customs uses the following guidelines:

  • It is plausible that the products are for personal use
  • The type and quantity of products indicate that you have no commercial (secondary) intentions
  • You occasionally bring counterfeit products to the Netherlands

For example, it is plausible that you buy 3 counterfeit brand T-shirts for yourself. But if you bring 30 counterfeit brand T-shirts or multiple camcorders, it is more likely that you want to resell them. If Customs suspects that you want to resell products, they will be confiscated. The rightful owner will also be informed. This is the official brand from which you have taken counterfeit products. They may decide to take legal action.


3. Cigarettes and Tobacco

For destinations outside the EU, you can bring certain quantities of tobacco without paying tax:

  • 200 cigarettes or
  • 50 cigars or
  • 100 cigarillos or
  • 250 grams of smoking tobacco

A combination of the above is also allowed. Sellers at foreign airports often claim that you can take higher quantities. This is not the case. If you exceed the allowed quantity, you must pay excise duty, VAT, and import duties. If, during a check by Customs, it turns out that you exceed the limits and you have not actively reported this, you will also receive a fine.

For destinations within the EU, different rules apply. You can find them here.


4. Alcohol

There are also maximum quantities per person from 17 years old for bringing alcohol:

  • 16 liters of beer and 4 liters of non-sparkling wine and
  • 2 liters of liqueur wine/sparkling wine, such as champagne or
  • 1 liter of strong alcohol, such as whiskey, cognac, and gin

A combination of the last 2 groups of drinks is allowed, as long as the total does not exceed 2 liters.

If you bring more than the allowed quantity, you must actively report this to Customs and pay excise duty, VAT, and import duties. If Customs finds during a check that you exceed the limits and you have not actively reported this, you will receive a fine.

For destinations within the EU, different rules apply. You can find them here.


5. Declaration Requirement for Cash, Checks, and Securities

There are rules for bringing cash, checks, and securities. These apply both when departing to your travel destination and returning from your holiday destination. If you bring € 10,000 or more in cash, checks, or securities, you must report this to Customs. You do not have to pay tax on this amount. But Customs must know that you have this with you. This naturally also applies to amounts in other currencies that, when converted, exceed the €10,000 limit.