Please click on the respective block below for detailed information about the baggage policy of interest to you.

Hand luggage

Each airBaltic passenger is allowed to take aboard at least one cabin bag, regardless of the service class.

Checked baggage

Each piece of free checked baggage and each piece of additionally-purchased baggage entitles the passenger to a 20 kg allowance per piece.

Sports equipment

Business ticket holders can transport one set of sports equipment free of charge.


If you are travelling with an infant, special baggage conditions apply.


A wheelchair is transported without any additional charge if it is required for the mobility of a passenger. 

Travelling with pets

Find useful information on making the journey comfortable for your pet (and for your peace of mind).

Other special baggage

Cellos, guitars, other musical instruments and fragile items may be accepted for carriage in the cabin and will be placed on the seat next to the passenger.

Baggage restrictions

Before flying we request that passengers consult the regulatory information on the transporting of dangerous goods and restricted articles.

Duty-free liquids

Duty-free liquids purchased at any Schengen or non-Schengen airport, or on board any airline, may be carried as hand luggage.

Baggage drop-off

If you are travelling with checked baggage, please do not hesitate to check in for your flight online or via mobile.

Delayed, lost or damaged baggage

To ensure the soonest possible tracing and delivery, delayed baggage should be reported immediately after the flight.

Baggage on flights not operated by airBaltic

If your itinerary includes flights operated by airlines other than airBaltic, special baggage conditions apply.

Pay for baggage

If you would like to increase your baggage allowance, you can do this either at the time of booking or later, up until the point of departure.