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All passengers travelling to and from the UK are not permitted to check in any bag that weighs in excess of 32kgs (70lbs). The maximum weight limit of 32kgs relates to single items of luggage and should not be seen as your baggage allowance. This new safety measure, which applies to all airlines and all destinations to/from the UK, is being introduced to reduce strains and injuries amongst baggage handling staff.
Passengers who exceed this maximum weight limit will be asked to repack their luggage into smaller units before they can check in. Excess baggage charges will be applied where applicable.On Transatlantic, Caribbean and Nigerian routes we operate a piece system of allowance for checked in baggage.
Three pieces of luggage per passenger, each weighing up to 32kg (70lbs). When added together, the three dimensions of any piece of luggage must not exceed 158cm (62in).On South African, Australian and Asian routes we operate a weight system of allowance for checked in baggage.
A total maximum luggage weight of 30kg per passenger. On Transatlantic, Caribbean and Nigerian routes we operate a piece system of allowance for checked in baggage.
Two pieces of luggage per passenger, each weighing up to 32kg (70lbs). When added together, the three dimensions of any piece of luggage must not exceed 158cm (62in).On South African, Australian and Asian routes we operate a weight system of allowance for checked in baggage.
A total maximum luggage weight of 20kg per passenger.Inportant Information about Lagos
Virgin Atlantic is unable to offer an excess baggage service on our Lagos flights between 20 August-10 September, and 10 November-31 December. We regret that passengers who arrive at Heathrow Airport, or intend to travel to Lagos via Heathrow from our other destinations, will not be allowed to check in more than their free baggage allowance.Baggage Allowance for Infants
Infants not entitled to a seat are entitled to one piece of checked baggage weighing no more than 10 kg and with dimensions of 9 x 14 x 22 ins. This is over and above the buggy or bassinet or car seat, which are carried free of charge.Hand Baggage Allowances
Upper Class passengers are allowed two pieces of hand luggage, each not larger than 23cm x 36cm x 56cm (9in x 14in x 22 in) overall and not weighing more than 16kg (35lbs) in total. Each item must not weigh more than 8 kilos.
Premium Economy & Economy
You are allowed to carry one piece of hand luggage onto the plane. This must be able to fit under the seat in front of you, which means it must not be larger than 23cm x 36cm x 56cm (9in x 14in x 22 in) and should not weigh more than 6kg (13lbs).
Wheelchairs, crutches, baby buggies and items necessary for baby care during the flight will be carried free over and above the baggage allowance. Baby buggies, carrying baskets and wheelchairs will normally be carried in the hold.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority requires all UK airlines to review and enforce their regulations regarding the acceptance and carriage of cabin (hand) baggage. We ask you to help us meet the regulations to make your flight more enjoyable. Space on any aircraft is at a premium and hand baggage should contain only items you require during the flight. There may be occasions when even having met size and weight limitations there is not enough room. In this event baggage will be checked and loaded in the hold. We ask for your understanding on those rare occasions.
The following items CANNOT be carried in your hand baggage:
Toy or replica guns (plastic or metal)
Knives with blades (of any length)
Billiard, snooker, pool cues
If you have a medical reason that means you need to inject during the flight you are permitted to carry syringes in the cabin. But you might be asked to produce medical evidence such as a doctor’s letter when you check in or at security screening. The letter should be kept with you at all times.