If it fits in your hand baggage, and it’s allowed in the cabin, it’s free. If it fits in your checked baggage allowance and it’s not restricted, it’s free.
No matter if you’re a rock climber, deep sea diver or snowboarder, there’s plenty of space for your weird and wonderful items.
If you’ve already used your free checked baggage allowance, you may have to pay to put extra bags in the hold.
Anything heavier or larger than the maximum checked baggage dimensions must be shipped as cargo.
If your flight number begins with anything other than ‘BA’ (e.g. AA123456X), you’re flying with one of our partners and your baggage allowances may be different.
If a journey with connecting flights includes ‘BA’ and other airline codes, your baggage allowance is generally determined by the airline that operates the longest flight in your itinerary.