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Baggage Policy | Carry-on
Name tags are available at Air Inuit counters.
Free baggage allowance
- For travel on:
- B737, Dash-8 or Twin Otter 30 kg
- King Air 20 kg
- If the itinerary includes a same day transfer from one aircraft type to another type having
the 30 kg allowance will apply.
- Standardized excess baggage fee: 8 $/kg, network-wide. Excess baggage will be transported on a space available basis and is limited to 40 kg unless arranged and/or approved in advance.
- For transfers from First Air to Air Inuit, the Air Inuit allowance will apply.
- Excess baggage will be charged at the time of check in if the above limits are exceeded. Excess baggage will be transported on a space available basis.
- Bikes are transported at a flat fee of 50.00$ plus taxes each regarldless of the routing. Bicycles are not included in the free baggage allowance and, as any excess baggage, are also subject to space available.
Every aircraft in our fleet is designed to accommodate carry-on baggage. However,whatever you bring aboard must conform to Transport Canada restrictions governing size and weight as outlined below.
|Aircraft||Carry-on size restrictions||Carry-on weight limit|
|Boeing 737, Dash-8||
23cm x 37cm x 51cm
9" X 14.5" X 20" (inches)
|5 kg (11 lb)|
23cm x 33cm x 33cm
9" X 13" X 13" (inches)
|5 kg (11 lb)|
20cm x 30cm x 33cm
8" X 12" X 13" (inches)
|5 kg (11 lb)|
As of June 1st 2013, each passenger is only allowed one piece of carry-on baggage, which cannot exceed five (5) kg.
In addition to the carry-on allowances, each passenger may carry, at no additional charge, the following articles:
- Laptop computer
- Diaper bag
- Coat or other outer garment
- Small purse
- Collapsible stroller/li>
- Food items in disposable packages
- Child-restraint device
- Assistive devices (braces, crutches, walkers and canes)
Carry-on baggage must fit in the sizing device at check-in, as well as under the seat in front of you or in the overhead compartment aboard the aircraft.
Lost and damaged baggage
Checked baggage will be delivered to bearer of the baggage check. In case of damaged/missing baggage, pre-notice of damage or loss must be submitted to the carrier in writing via the airport agent after the arrival of the flight on which the loss or damage is alleged to have occurred and prior to the passenger leaving the airport.
Failing to give pre-notice within time aforesaid, no action shall lie against the carrier unless the claimant establishes to the satisfaction of the carrier that he was unable to give such notice. Following the pre-notice a detailed report must be made within 30 days from the date of the pre-notice and submitted to Air Inuit baggage claims. Air Inuit is not liable for any damage caused to baggage that is unsuitably packed, overweight or over-packed or other damage considered to be normal wear.
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