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Baggage Allowance - KLM

Hand baggage

One bag is permitted, not exceeding 22lb weight or dimensions 22 x 14 x 10in. One personal item is also allowed, such as a purse, umbrella or blanket.

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KLM 03 Economy

Hold Baggage

Europe: one bag is permitted, with a maximum weight of 23kg and maximum linear dimensions of 158cm (length + width + height).

Rest of World (check to ensure your destination is covered): two bags are permitted, with a maximum weight of 23kg and maximum linear dimensions of 158cm (length + width + height).

For World Business Class and Europe Select passengers, an additional two pieces of luggage of the same size and weight as the above are permitted.

Passengers travelling with a child under two years old without a booked seat may also check in one additional piece of luggage (under 10kg) and one carry-on for infant food and other in-flight necessities. You may also check in one fully collapsible stroller, as a carry-on item if cabin space is available or else as checked baggage in the hold. If you have booked a seat for your child you may also take a car seat into the cabin, but there are regulations relating to the standard of car seat which are suitable; check with the airline before flying.

Sports equipment will be treated as part of your baggage and will incur excess baggage charges if necessary. This includes bicycles and SCUBA gear. The exception is golf equipment; one golf bag per passenger can be checked into the hold free of charge if the entire journey is operated by KLM or Air France.

Musical instruments are also treated as part of luggage and need to occupy an additional, paid for seat in the cabin if it is too large to be treated as hand luggage.