While traveling on United Airlines, If your baggage is more than baggage allowance limit you will need to pay charges for extra baggage. Here we will give details about United Airlines Extra Baggage Allowance Charges. The baggage allowance charges can vary depending on class, flight origin, destination, and other factors as well.
United Airlines Extra Baggage Allowance
According to united airlines “Additional service charges apply to any checked baggage that exceeds the size and/or weight limitations and baggage beyond your allowance. Any applicable service charges for oversized, overweight and extra baggage will be added together. For example, if a single bag is oversized, overweight and above the allowance, it will be subject to all three service charges.“
Also, on united airlines extra baggage is accepted only if space is available on the aircraft. Oversized, overweight and extra baggage is not accepted on flights to certain destinations and on certain flights during specific timeframes. For a list of cities where overweight or extra baggage is not accepted, either year-round or during certain times, please see the Excess Baggage Embargo page.
According to United Airlines Oversized, Overweight and Extra Baggage Imitations are as follows:
Baggage with total outer dimensions (length + width + height) measuring more than 115 inches (292 cm) will not be accepted as checked baggage.
With the exception of assistive devices and musical instruments, baggage weighing more than 100 lbs. (45 kg) will not be accepted. Musical instruments up to 165 lbs. (75 kg) will be accepted.
Assistive devices are accepted at no charge.
For travel between the U.S. and Brazil, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, no more than three extra checked bags are accepted.