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Depending on the fare type you select, you can choose if you want to carry checked baggage or not. You can also pre-buy additional baggage allowance if you want to carry more than baggage allowance included in your fare. To know more about checked baggage rules on flydubai flights, please read our Checked baggage page.
You can carry up to 7 kg of hand baggage in economy and up to 14 kg hand baggage in business on all flydubai flights. For more details, please check our Hand baggage page.
Provided there's space in the hold for your luggage, extra pieces of baggage will be charged at a per kilo weight, even if the total weight for all pieces is less than the allowance you purchased. You can find excess baggage rates on our Airport baggage rates page.
Yes, if your connecting flight is within 24 hours, we’ll be able to tag your bag to your final destination. This service is subject to handling fee and taxes, as applicable.
Yes, you can carry one fully collapsible stroller/pushchair/buggy for free as part of your checked baggage allowance when travelling with a child or an infant on the same booking. It should be prepared/protected for travel and tagged as checked baggage at the airport check-in desk.
You may be allowed to take your stroller/pushchair/buggy with you up to the boarding gate where it will be collected and loaded into the aircraft cargo hold.
Fully foldable/collapsible pushchairs and strollers meeting the permissible size and weight of hand baggage may be accepted for carriage on board if there is space. If there is no space available it will have to be checked in. Upon arrival at your destination, you’ll be able to pick it up from the baggage hall in the arrivals area.
If your baggage is missing on arrival of your flight, you'll need to report it to the baggage services desk at your arrival airport straight away. For more detailed information, please read our Delayed or damaged baggage page.
A PIR is a Property Irregularity Report that is given to you by the local handling agent on arrival when you report your baggage has been delayed or damaged. The unique reference number of the report helps us to track your bag and return it to you as soon as possible.
Once your baggage has been found and, where local laws allow, you'll be contacted by our local handling agent to arrange delivery, subject to customs clearance. If we are unable to deliver your baggage to you, you'll be asked to collect it from our local handling agent at your arrival airport.
If your baggage is damaged while you're flying with flydubai, you need to report it to the baggage services desk at your arrival airport straight away. For more detailed information, please read our Delayed or damaged baggage page.
If you've forgotten or lost any of your belongings on board one of our aircraft or at the airport, please contact the lost & found office at the airport where your flight landed.
For Dubai-bound flights, please contact Dubai Airports lost & found office for assistance.
If your baggage is delayed or damaged on a flight with one of our partner airlines, please report it to the airline which operated the flight.
If you're travelling from Jeddah, Madinah, or Taif you can bring up to five litres of Islamic Holy Water (or 'Zamzam’ water) as checked baggage in addition to your applicable baggage allowance, at no extra cost.
If you’re travelling from other cities of Saudi Arabia you can bring up to five litres of holy water, however, it will be considered as part of your checked baggage allowance. If your checked baggage exceeds the baggage allowance stated in your e-ticket or booking confirmation, you will be required to pay the excess baggage fee.
Please note, the holy water must be sealed and safely packed in government approved packaging.