Before you fly with Sansa Airlines, it’s important to read their baggage policy so you know what and how many items you’re allowed to take on board.
Knowing Sansa Airlines’ baggage policy will also help you avoid additional charges if you exceed the weight limit or have too many items.
All passengers are entitled to the carriage of:
– Handbag: Weight and dimension limits in the cabin
The authorized allowance includes the carriage of a single article with a maximum weight of 10 pounds (4.5kg).
As far as dimensions are concerned, your luggage must measure a maximum of 50cm by adding the length, width and depth.
At Sansa Airlines, you are allowed to carry additional items in the cabin of the aircraft, be sure to follow all rules and regulations set forth by the airline. Generally, you are allowed to bring one personal item such as a handbag, laptop bag or briefcase.
Other items: Book, Baby food to eat during the flight, coat or blanket, camera or binoculars.
Transport of liquids in hand luggage
You can also take small amounts of liquids in containers under 3.4 ounces (100 ml) in your carry-on baggage. A maximum of ten containers are accepted in hand luggage. Each container must be transparent, with a zipper (Ziploc), and must measure 20cm x 20cm maximum.
– Checked Baggage
The maximum number of checked bags allowed on Sansa Airlines flights depends on the fare class. But in general, one bag can be checked in by each passenger whose maximum weight and size are: 30Ib (14kg) and 45 inches (114cm) knowing that the wheels are included.
Excess Baggage: How do I travel with baggage that is oversized or exceeds the Sansa Airlines weight limit?
If your baggage is oversized or overweight, you will be charged a fee. You must therefore ensure that your baggage meets the requirements of the airline before arriving at the airport and going through control.
Excess baggage charges are based on the fare you selected when booking your flight.
Sansa Airlines does not have a charge-per-piece policy. The Costa Rican air carrier charges you a fee for each additional pound. However, the rate applied at the airport is not the same as that charged online. Buying excess baggage online is much cheaper than at the airport.
What baggage is prohibited in the Sansa Airlines aircraft cabin?
Baggage that is prohibited from being carried in the Sansa Airlines aircraft cabin includes any kind of dangerous objects or products such as sharp objects, flammable materials and firearms. Other restricted items include sports equipment such as golf clubs, skis and poles. Additionally, hazardous materials such as paints, acids, and aerosols are not permitted in the aircraft cabin. All luggage brought on board must be able to fit in the overhead compartment or under your seat; any excessively bulky baggage must be checked in.
What items should not be placed in checked baggage (strictly prohibited)?
Items that should not be placed in checked baggage are simply hazardous materials, such as explosives, flammable liquids and solids, poisons, infectious substances, chemicals or corrosives and radioactive materials. . Firearms or other weapons should also never be packed in checked baggage. To ensure the safety of all travellers, any item prohibited for carriage by air must never be placed in checked baggage.
Additionally, cash, jewelry and other valuables should never be placed in checked baggage due to the risk of them being lost or stolen.
What happens to baggage if there are not enough places to carry it in the cabin or in the hold?
In such a situation, the baggage will be placed on the next scheduled flight to your destination. Alternatively, Sansa Airlines may contact an external service provider who will collect and transport the items to their final destination.