Air Arabia is a low-cost airline of Algeria, headquartered in Sharjah, UAE; founded on 3 February 2003. The company flies to 140 destinations, has its hubs in Sharjah International Airport and Ras Al Khaimah International Airport.


Baggage is quite an important aspect of the trip. So, it is very important that we take into heed the following details concerning baggage information:

Carry-On Baggage/Hand Baggage

  • Dimensions -55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
  • Weight – 10 Kg

Checked Baggage: 

  • Dimensions – 158 cm.
  • Weight – 32 Kg

Weight dimensions limits

Hand Baggage

  • Dimensions -55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
  • Weight – 10 Kg

Checked Baggage

  • Dimensions – 158 cm.
  • Weight – 32 Kg

Infant Passenger Baggage Allowance:

  • Weight- 10 Kg.
  • Frequent flyers are permitted to an extra allowance offered differing from a card level to another


Baggage Charge for International:

  • Charges are incurred if exceeds size and weight limits.
  1. 15 KG = starting from 159 MAD
  2. 20 KG = starting from 212 MAD
  3. 30 KG = starting from 318 MAD
  4. 40 KG = starting from 424 MAD
  5. 50 KG = starting from 530 MAD

Baggage Charge for Regional/Domestic Flights:

  • Excess baggage fee of $5.50 (Inclusive GST) will be charged for each extra kilogram in excess of the limit of 15kg or $16.50 per piece if the size-limit 140 cm.

Special baggage

Special Charges are incurred. Registration & approval required.

Travelling pet

  • Guide Dogs accompanying sight/hearing weak flyers free of charge, together with containers and food, in addition to the normal free baggage allowance.  
  • To be accepted for transportation, you must provide proper pet-support & must have an up-to-date record of vaccination.

Baggage children

  • Weight- 10 Kg.


In case of your baggage is delayed, you can track its whereabouts filling a particular form.

Restricted items

  • Flammable, non-flammable and poisonous gases, such as butane, oxygen, propane and aqualung cylinders.
  • Poisonous substances such as insecticides, weed killers, arsenic and cyanide.
  • Flammable liquids and solids, such as lighter or heater fuels, paint and matches
  • Radioactive material, oxidising materials and organic peroxides.