The Jakarta Post
An AirAsia plane flies over the Perth, Australia skyline on Nov. 2, 2010. The carrier has updated its baggage policy. (shutterstock.com/Nokuro/File)
Low-cost carrier AirAsia Indonesia updated its baggage policy on Tuesday, allowing passengers to bring two carry-on bags with certain requirements.
One of the bags should be no bigger than 56 by 36 by 23 centimeters and has to be placed in the overhead compartment in the aircraft. The other bag should be either a laptop bag, handbag, backpack or other small-sized bag with maximum dimensions of 40 by 30 by 10 cm and should be placed under the seat.
The total maximum weight for both bags should be 7 kilograms, otherwise they will be placed with checked baggage.
AirAsia Indonesia provides free baggage allowance of up to 15 kg for domestic flights.
Foldable baby strollers are allowed in the cabin as long as they meet the maximum weight and dimensions. Meanwhile, items that are strapped, wrapped or tied together won’t be considered single baggage.
Smart baggage is allowed in the cabin as long as its batteries have been removed and kept in a carry-on and its Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS have been turned off.
Previously, the airline restricted passengers to only one small carry-on baggage.
It has resumed its operations since June 19 for certain domestic routes four days a week. (wir/kes)
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