If quantity, weight and/or dimensions of your baggage exceeds the free baggage allowances in aircraft, it must be booked and paid additionally:
Fares for excess baggage booking on the website and at the airport may vary.
The possibility of booking such baggage at the airport of departure depends on the technical capabilities of the airline.
Based on technologies of departure airport, excess/oversized/heavy baggage can be booked for transportation at a separate check-in counter.
Excess baggage is the passenger's items whose weight exceeds the free baggage allowances established by carrier.
In case if Passenger submits less amount of baggage in terms of its weight or amount, than booked and paid for, the Carrier will refund the difference of excess baggage fee between the booked and factual weight.
Upon the Carrier’s consent during a docking/transfer flights Passenger may reduce or increase his/her baggage weight and number of pieces.
The Carrier has the right to apply restrictions or refuse carriage of excess baggage, if not agreed with the Carrier beforehand
Oversized baggage may be accepted for carriage in case of dimensions of the aircraft loading hatches and cargo compartments are sufficient for loading/unloading and onboard placement of such baggage.
Oversized baggage shall have carriage handles and fastenings to be used when the baggage is moved to/from an aircraft and during flight.
For international transportation, other restrictions may be imposed on the maximum weight, overall dimensions, the number of checked baggage due to current regulations and the state requirements of the departure airport (point), the airport (point) of the transfer and / or the airport (point of destination). The airline has the right to refuse to accept baggage for transportation, as checked baggage, the weight and size of which does not meet these requirements.
When registering, the passenger must present for weighing all baggage intended for transportation, except for personal belongings, which he may need during boarding (landing) in (from) the aircraft, as well as in flight, if they are in the passenger and not put in luggage.