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Qf Excess Baggage

Excess baggage charges apply at the airport for any baggage exceeding your checked baggage allowance.

Charges listed below are for Qantas operated flights with a ‘ QF ‘ flight number and vary depending on the destination.

The carriage of baggage in excess of the checked baggage allowance is subject to space being available.

Use our baggage calculator below to work out how much you can pack on your next trip.

Plus get the answers to your baggage questions, including travelling with pets or oversize luggage.

Pre-purchase an additional baggage allowance online and save on airport excess baggage rates.

More about additional baggage.

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Excess , Overweight, Oversize Baggage Fees.

If you have more bags than the permitted allowance or your bags exceed the weight or linear restrictions, you will be charged additional fees.

Please contact Qantas Airways directly, or visit their Additional Baggage page for information.

excess baggage charges will be applied at the airport if your luggage exceeds the airlines checked baggage allowance.

Charges listed below are for Qantas operated flights with a # QF # flight number and vary depending on the destination.

The carriage of baggage in excess of the checked baggage allowance is subject to space being available.

Excess baggage charges will apply for any baggage exceeding the checked baggage allowance.

The Excess Baggage Charges listed below are for Qantas operated flights with a ” QF ” flight number and vary depending on the destination.

The carriage of baggage in excess of the Checked Baggage Allowance is subject to space being available.

Qantas Checked Baggage and Excess Baggage Fees.

If a bag exceeds pre-purchased baggage allowances, the following fees are charged at the airport: Australian domestic: A$78 for first extra piece, A$90 for the second and subsequent pieces; $50 for each piece weighing over 50 lbs.

Excess baggage can be bought online at least 3 hours prior to your scheduled Qantas flight.

For domestic flights operating within Australia, passenger can pre-purchase additional baggage on the basis of pieces.

However, there is a max weight limit attached to it.

Another noteworthy point is that the a max of 5 pieces can be pre-purchased in one.

If you#ve purchased international and domestic flights and these are on the same ticket, the international checked baggage allowances apply to the domestic flights also.

Where the international and domestic flights are on separate tickets, if the connection time is within the same calendar day (for example: arrive at the airport on 10 January 2019 with departure before 11:59pm on 10 January.

UPDATE: Qantas has alerted us to a recent change in its baggage policy that now allows passengers flying on a QF coded flight to get Qantas baggage allowances, regardless of the airline being flown.

This is a great step in the right direction towards standardisation of baggage allowances on codeshare flights.

23/07/2018 The other potential hiccup could be that the RJ checkin system may want to charge excess when the QF flight is added as oncarriage and the RJ checkin staff at DOH may not know how to (or have the authority to) waive this despite the fact that RJ is the the most significant carrier so the piece system should apply for the whole journey.

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