Royal Brunei Airlines Baggage Policy
IATA : BI
ICAO : RBA
CallSign : BRUNEI
Founded : 1974
Key people : Dato Seri Paduka Doctor Awang Haji Abdul Manaf bin Haji Metussin (Chairman)
Country : Brunei Darussalam
Office Address : RBA Plaza, Jalan Sultan
City : Bandar Seri Begawan
Zip Code : BS 8671
Phone number : 00 673 222 5931
Official Website : http://www.flyroyalbrunei.com/en/
Royal Brunei Airlines permits passengers to carry baggage according to their travel class. Economy class passengers carry one hand baggage. Moreover, the baggage can be of maximum 7kg weight with 55 x 38 x 20cm dimensions. Furthermore, Royal Brunei Airlines permits Business class passengers to carry two pieces of cabin bag. But the baggage can be of maximum 12kg combined weight with 55 x 38 x 20cm dimensions.
Royal permits passengers to carry baggage according to the fare and cabin class. The checked baggage allowance for passengers with different fares is:
- 20 kg – RB Super Saver
- 25 kg – RB Saver
- 30 kg – RB Value
- 30 kg – RB Flexi
- 40kg – Business Saver
- 40 kg – Business
Moreover, unless states in the ticket the baggage should not exceed 32kg weight and 158cm total dimension. In addition this this, the airline also permits passengers to pre-purchase baggage. This is a very great option for passengers who like to travel with all their essentials. Furthermore, pre-purchase baggage is available online up to 24 hours prior to the scheduled departure of their flight and 4 hours prior to the flight at the ticketing office
Royal Brunei Airlines permits passengers to carry their sports item with them on their next big adventure. In addition, passengers can carry the equipment as checked baggage and if required they can pre-purchase baggage. Moreover, passengers can carry the following items:
- Snow and/or water skiing equipment
- Angling equipment
- Surfboards and/or other surfing equipment (NOT including windsurfing)
- Bowling balls
- Golf equipment
- Diving equipment
- Cricket equipment
The airline does not permit the carriage of the following items anywhere on their flights:
- Poisons – Such as arsenic, cyanide, weed killer and tear gas.
- Wet Cell Batteries – Such as batteries filled with acid (e.g car), batteries filled with alkali (e.g. aircraft) or sealed non-spillable batteries (e.g. wheelchair)
- Fireworks and Explosives – capable of being used to cause serious injury or to pose a threat to the safety of aircraft
- Deeply refrigerated/compressed gas – Such as butane, oxygen, propane and aqualung cylinders
- Class 2 flammable/non-flammable gas – Such as aerosols including aerosol paints, filled-aqualung cylinders, carbon dioxide cylinders for soda syphons, gas or fuel cylinders.
- Radioactive material
- Infectious substances – such as virus an bacteria
- Magnetic materials
- Damages/defective batteries and portable devices
- Baggage with non-removable lithium ion batteries
- stunning/disabling devices – Electro shock weapons (e.g. Tasers) containing dangerous goods such as explosives, compressed gases, lithium batteries, etc.
- Oxidizing material and organic peroxides – Such as bleaches, resin kits and fiberglass repair kits.
- hoverboard/balance wheels – Small lithium battery powered vehicles such as air wheels, solo wheels, balance wheels and hoverboards.
- Class 3 flammable liquid and Class 4 flammable solid – Such as lighter or heater fluids, paints, thinner, solvents, petrol and all matches are unacceptable in baggage.
- Firearms and Ammunitions – Devices that discharge projectiles devices capable, or appearing capable, of being used to cause serious injury by discharging a projectile
- Sharps – Objects with a sharp point or sharp edge capable of being used to cause serious injury
- Workmen’s tools – Tools capable of being used either to cause serious injury or to threaten the safety of aircraft
- Blunt instrument – Objects capable of being used to cause serious injury when used to hit
You can measure your baggage dimension by adding up length, width and height (length + width + height).
If you exceed the baggage allowance, you can expect to pay a fee.
Yes, you may travel with your sports equipment but it is subject to applicable fees.