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If you’re about to fly Vueling and don’t want to get stuck paying extra baggage fees then you’d do well to pay attention to what’s written below.

Here’s everything you’ll ever need to know about Vueling’s baggage policy.

Vueling’s Hand Baggage Allowance

Hand baggage is classified as the luggage you are permitted to take aboard with you.

With Vueling baggage is allowed on board with the following dimensions:

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Bags of the same dimensions up to 14 kilograms can be taken aboard by paying the Excellence Fare.

If you exceed the permitted free baggage allowance by number, dimension and/or weight you will be charged €35 per item each way.

Each passenger can also carry one extra item free of charge as long as it’s significantly smaller than 55x40x20 cm – like a small briefcase, handbag, camera bag etc.

Prohibited Hand Baggage Items

  • Guns, firearms, and anything that discharges projectiles
  • Devices designed to stun or immobilise
  • Items with a sharp tip or edge including knives over 6 cm
  • Blunt instruments
  • Explosive and incendiary substances
  • Workman’s tools capable of causing bodily harm

Vueling’s Checked Baggage Allowance

The checked baggage allowance at Vueling is dependent on the type of fare booked.

With Vueling’s Basic Fare one suitcase of up to 23 kg can be checked in by paying 13€ online depending on the destination and a flat rate of €35 when purchased at the airport.
A second and third suitcase can be added for 40€ each, when ordering online.

Those purchasing the Optima, Excellence, and Euro Traveller (Economy Checked Baggage) fares can check in one bag up to 23 kg at no additional charge.

The maximum weight of any piece of checked baggage regardless of fare is 32 kg.

The maximum weight per passenger regardless of the number of bags checked is 50 kg.

Remember: adding the baggage at the ticket counter could cost you up to 40% more. 

Do it online.

Other Useful Info

Flights within the EU apply the following restrictions to liquids in carry-on baggage:

  • Liquids and gels with a maximum printed quantity of 100ml
  • Containers must be carried in a plastic bag and presented at airport security
  • Medicine can be transported outside the bag but must be presented at security

Duty free liquid goods must be brought aboard in a sealed bag.

Sports baggage (like skis, surfboards, golf clubs etc.) is charged at €45 per piece each way.

Any questions about Vueling’s baggage policy? Get on us in the comments below!

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