LATAM Brasil Baggage

LATAM Airlines Carry-On Allowance: 1 Bag + 1 Personal Item

Each passenger is allowed one carry-on bag and one personal item such as a purse or briefcase. Assistive devices and outer garments do not count as personal items. All carry-on luggage must fit in the overhead bin or under the seat in front of you and adhere to the following requirements:

  • Maximum Dimensions of Carry-on Luggage: 55 cm x 35 cm x 25 cm/21 in X 13 in x 9 in (length + width + height)
  • Maximum Weight of Carry-on Luggage
    • Economy:  8 kg/17 lb [Economy within Brazil 10 kg/22 lb]
    • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  16kg/35 lb

REMINDER: Bulkhead seats do not have under-seat storage during takeoff and landing. Read Bulkheads Explained

LATAM Airlines Checked Baggage/Hold Luggage

Standard size and weight of each bag

  • Linear dimension:  158 cm/62 in (width + height + length) 
  • Weight:  23 kg/50 lb
  • Baggage that exceeds the standard dimensions and weight restrictions are subject to applicable fees

LATAM Airlines Standard Baggage Allowance Per Flight Route

  • Within Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru
    • 1 bag - 23 kg/50 lb (2 bags - 23 kg/50 lb total weight for flights booked before 22 June 2016)
  • Within Brazil
    • No restriction on number of bags - 23 kg/50 lb each
  • Within South America
    • To or from Brazil or Paraguay
      • Economy:  No restriction on number of bags - together weighing 23 kg/50 lb in total
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  No restriction on number of bags - together weighing 69 kg/152 lb in total
    • Remainder of South America (except Brazil and Paraguay)
      • Economy:  2 bags, together weighing 23 kg/50 lb in total
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
  • Between South America and North America
    • From or through Argentina, Chile, Colombia, or Peru
      • Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
    • From or through Brazil
      • Economy:  2 bags, 32 kg/70 lb each
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 32 kg/70 lb each
    • From or through Ecuador
      • Guayaquil - New York route
        • Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
        • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
      • Quito - Miami route
        • Economy:  1 bag, 23 kg/50 lb
        • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
    • From or though USA, Canada, or Mexico
      • Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
    • From the Caribbean to North America
      • Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
    • Between South America and the Caribbean
      • Between Brazil and Aruba, Cuba, or the Dominican Republic
        • Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
        • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
      • The remainder of South America and Aruba, Cuba, or the Dominican Republic
        • Economy:  2 bags, together weighing 23 kg/50 lb in total
        • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
  • From South America to Europe
    • From or through Brazil
      • Economy:  2 bags, 32 kg/70 lb each
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 32 kg/70 lb each
    • From or through Chile or Ecuador
      • Economy:  2 bags, together weighing 23 kg/50 lb in total
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
    • From or through Peru
      • Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
  • Between South America and Oceania or Tahiti
    • To or from New Zealand or Australia
      • Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
    • To or from Tahiti and South America or Easter Island
      • Economy:  2 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
    • To or from the Caribbean (except Cancun)
      • Economy:  2 bags, together weighing 23 kg/50 lb in total
      • Premium Business and Premium Economy:  3 bags, 23 kg/50 lb each
  • From Europe to South America
    • Dependent upon the which airline operates your flight. Detailed information accessible by clicking here and accessing "From Europe to South America"

LATAM Airlines Baggage Allowance for Infants

Infants up to 2 years of age are allowed one (1) bag with linear dimensions of 158 cm/62 in (width + height + length). Weight allowances are defined by route:

  • Within Brazil, to/from Brazil and Europe, and to/from Brazil and the US - 32 kg/70 lb
  • All other destinations - 23 kg/50 lb

One of the following items, complying with accepted carry-on measurements, may be taken into the aircraft cabin if there is space available:

  • a foldaway baby stroller 
  • a bunting bag 
  • an infant safety chair (car seat) approved for use on board aircraft
  • a bassinet
Other rules that apply include:
  • an additional bag up to 23kg/50 lb may be checked on flights to or from continental Chile and Easter Island
  • a set of golf clubs and a pair of golf shoes on flights within Argentina may be checked
  • a foldaway wheelchair, a pair of crutches, or other orthopedic apparatus required as a mobility aid may be checked

LATAM Airlines Excess Baggage Fees for Economy Class Passengers

LATAM Airlines has detailed information regarding excess baggage, limitations, and associated fees on their LATAM.com website. The information may be accessed by clicking here.

LATAM Airlines rules about Sports Equipment

Sports equipment may be accepted as checked baggage/hold luggage. Examples and related information follow:

  • Bicycles - Normally accepted as checked baggage/hold luggage with flat tires, removed pedals and aligned handlebar. Only one bicycle will be accepted per passenger.
  • Bow and arrow - Includes a bow, arrow case, maintenance kit, and arrows.
  • Bowling items - Includes a bowling ball, one pair of bowling shoes, and a bag.
  • Fishing - Includes two fishing poles, one fishing reel, one net, one pair of fishing boots, and one wire basket.
  • Golf equipment - Includes a bag with clubs and shoes. An excess baggage fee will be applied in case the equipment exceeds established weight allowance.
  • Paragliding - Includes one canopy.
  • Scuba Diving - Includes one air regulator, one pressure gauge, one mask, one snorkel, two fins, one knife, one harpoon (unloaded and packaged safely), and one life jacket. Oxygen cylinders are only accepted as checked baggage.
  • Sporting firearm - Must present necessary documentation, must be unloaded and must be transported in an adequate case.
  • Ski equipment (snow or water) - Defined as a pair of snow skis along with their accessories (a pair of ski boots and a pair of ski poles), or a pair of either conventional or Slalom water skis. An excess baggage fee will be applied in case the equipment exceeds the established weight allowance.
  • Snowboard - One snowboard
  • Surf and windsurfing - Includes one surfboard or windsurfing board plus mast and sail. Items must not exceed 300 lineal centimeters/118 lineal inches.
Larger items like canoes, hang gliders, kayaks, javelins, and vaulting poles may only be transported by LATAM Cargo.

LATAM Airlines rules about Musical Instruments

Musical Instruments may be accepted as cabin baggage provided that the volume meets the weight and dimensions of the carry-on baggage allowance. Larger instruments of appropriate dimensions may travel in a separate purchased seat if the following are observed:
  • Purchased reservation of an extra seat on the same fare and service class without the right to an extra baggage allowance.
  • The maximum weight allowance is 75 kg/165 lb (45 kg/99 lb LATAM Airlines Brasil and LATAM Airlines Paraguay flights)
Larger instruments must be transported in the baggage hold as cargo.

Disclaimer

The information on this page is true and correct at the time of publication. Because airlines reserve the right to change policies at any time, see LATAM.com for official and up-to-date baggage restrictions.

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