How Strict Is Novoair Baggage Allowance?

Ready to kick your flight with Novoair, but not sure what is included on their baggage allowance, or how strict is Novoair with its hand luggage ?

All right we got it covered.

In this easy-to-follow guide, it takes just a few seconds to know all the luggage rules for Novoair, as well as baggage fees and other potential charges. The question now is where you’ll travel and what you’ll do.

Let’s dive right in.

Novoair baggage allowance
Novoair baggage allowance (image courtesy Novoair facebook)

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Carry-on Baggage

GuestsCabin Baggage
Adult7 Kg, 1 piece
Child7 Kg, 1 piece
InfantCarry on Bag

Baggage dimensions

  • 40 x 60 x 100 cm (15x24x40 in) 
  • ATR 72-500: 22 x 34 x 48 cm (8 x 13 x 19 in)
  • A collapsible carrycot, pushchair or stroller, in which an infant under 2 years of age is carried, will be accepted without charge.
  • An infant traveling at 10 % fare, has 10 kgs of baggage allowance. If the limit is exceeded or it is evident that unauthorized articles have been packed in the infant cabin bag, then treat the excess weight as part of the allowance of the accompanying adult passenger(s).


Check In Baggage

Check Baggage
20 Kg, Maximum 2 pieces
20 Kg, Maximum 2 pieces
10 Kg

Excess Baggage

DomesticOutbound & InboundBDT 100
InternationalOutbound (DAC-CCU)BDT 120
 Inbound (CCU-DAC)INR 140

Special Baggage

Musical Instruments

Make sure the instruments are properly packed. Attach a Fragile Label. Tag the instruments with a Limited Release Tag. Normal excess charges apply.

Very often passengers want their valuable musical instruments with them in the cabin. Larger instruments (more than 115cm) can only be accepted in the cabin on an extra seat which must be paid for.

Ski equipment

Ski equipment must be properly packed by the owner. Booking in advance is required.

Snow Ski equipment is defined as::

  • One pair of skis, one pair of ski poles, one pair of boots or
  • One snowboard, one pair of boots

Water Ski equipment is defined as:

  • One pair of standard water skis or
  • One slalom water ski

Charges: Ski equipment will be treated as part of the passengers’ baggage and no excess will be charged if within the normal baggage allowance.

Golf Equipment

Golf equipment must be properly packed by the owner. If this is not the case, attach a Limited Release Tag, Affix a Fragile sticker. Do not load on baggage belt at check-in.

Piece Concept: If one golf equipment is in excess of the free allowance, the charge is 50 % of the applicable tariff. For any additional weight or additional golf equipment, apply the normal procedures.

Charges: Golf equipment is defined as a golf bag containing a set of clubs and a pair of golf shoes. Weight Concept: one set of golf equipment exceeding the free allowance, weighing not more than 15 kgs: charge maximum 6kgs only. For any additional golf bag(s), apply the normal procedures.