The passenger has the right to the carriage of baggage in free allowance within the limits and conditions
established by the Carrier from time to time. Such limits and conditions are available on request c/o Carrier’s
authorized agents or via its product distribution channels.
Pursuant to Transport Ministry Decree no. 1/36 of 28 January 1987 and ENAC (Ente Nazionale per
l’Aviazione Civile – National Civil Aviation Board) Instruction APT-09 of 8 May 2001, in addition to checked
baggage within the free allowance, for purposes of airport security and flight security, each passenger is
permitted free carriage in the cabin – compatible with the capacity of available compartments – of only one
piece of hand baggage, identified with a label (with the passenger’s name and surname) to be attached by the
passenger, provided that the sum of its dimensions (length, height and depth) does not exceed 115
centimeters (about 45,3 inches).
• In addition to the above-mentioned hand baggage, the passenger is permitted - compatible with
available space – to carry the following articles on board:
• a handbag or briefcase or a portable personal computer;
• a camera, a video camera, or a CD player;
• an overcoat or a raincoat;
• an umbrella or walking stick;
• a pair of crutches or other walking aid;
• a portable cradle and baby food needed for the flight;
• reading matter;
• articles purchased at “Duty Free” shops and at shops located inside the airport (in limited quantities
and weight), provided they are easily stowed in the available compartments on board.
Upon delivery to the Carrier of the baggage to be checked, the Carrier itself takes custody of such baggage
and issues a baggage identification tag for each piece of checked baggage.
Checked baggage, within or in excess of the free baggage allowance, is carried on the same aircraft as the
passenger unless not possible due to proven safety or operational reasons.
In such case, the Carrier will carry such baggage on the next available flight and will deliver it directly to the
If checked baggage exceeds the free baggage allowance, the passenger shall pay a charge, the rate of which is
available on request c/o Carrier’s authorized agents or its product distribution channels.
The Carrier offers the passenger the option of declaring a value for checked baggage in excess of the
applicable limit of liability. In this case, the passenger will have to pay a supplementary charge.
The Carrier may refuse to accept the declaration of value for checked baggage if part of the carriage is
performed by another carrier that does not offer a similar option.
The baggage or other objects that the passenger may take on board must be storable under the seat in front
of the passenger or in the compartments in the passenger cabin.
The Carrier reserves the right to prohibit carriage in the cabin of baggage or objects:
• whose weight, shape, and/or dimensions are such that they cannot be stowed as described above;
• conflict with the security requirements of carriage in the cabin.
Baggage and objects not allowed in the cabin will be stowed as checked baggage, with issuance of a baggage
identification tag to the passenger, and after the passenger has been allowed to remove from the baggage any
objects that cannot be contained in checked baggage.
Baggage and objects that are unsuitable for carriage in the hold (such as, for example, fragile musical
instruments and similar objects) can be accepted for carriage only in the passenger cabin if space is available
and according to the special procedures specified by the Carrier to guarantee the safety of passengers and the
Carriage of such objects may be subject to special fares.
The Carrier undertakes to ensure that checked baggage will be made available to the passenger for claim as
quickly as possible at the place of destination or agreed stopover.
In case the passenger fails to claim his/her baggage, the enforceable law provisions regarding the incapability of
Carrier to deliver the carried goods will apply.