SpiceJet Offers Pre-Booking Of Excess Baggage on International Flights: Details You Must Know

SpiceJet is one of the most renowned carriers of domestic aviation. Competing directly with Indigo, the airline provides lots of additional services to their passengers to give them a world-class flying experience. SpiceJet follows the philosophy of no-frills but high-performance, which ensures Experienced pilots, well-trained cabin crew making the flying experience more comfortable. If the passengers want to experience the benefits of Lounge Access under SpiceLounge. Similarly, if the passengers want their desired seat and favourite meal, they can opt for Seat plus meal combo offer. Sometimes if the passengers are travelling on international flights, they have to pack their Baggage’s carefully and under the standard baggage allowance. However, if the passengers are ready to spend some extra bucks, passengers can pre-book their excess Baggage on an international flight at affordable rates which will make sure they get optimum space for their luggage and enjoy their journey without any hassle. Here are all the details you need to know about the Excess baggage policy of SpiceJet on international flights.


Pricing of Pre-booking Excess Baggage

If the passengers want to carry Excess Baggage on their international connection flights SpiceJet will offer the additional baggage allowances under affordable fares which will not burn the passenger’s pocket. Talking about the fare structure pre-purchase of Excess Baggage will be booked per passenger and per journey. If the passengers want to pre-book 8kgs Check-in baggage, they have to pay Rs 1200 for the extended allowance. Similarly, if the passengers wish to pre-book 15kgs and 30 kgs excess check-in baggage they have to pay Rs 2250 and Rs 4500 respectively to upgrade their baggage allowance.


Check-in baggage (in Kgs) Charges (in INR)
8 kg 1200
15 kg 2250
30 kg 4500

Passengers must note that they can pre-book their Baggage only when they connect onto domestic SpiceJet flights while flying from or to other international flights within 24 hours of their travel. If they are not connecting to the domestic SpiceJet flight, the offer will not be applicable.

Things You Must Know Before Pre-Booking Excess Baggage

Before passengers’ pre-book their excess Baggage, they must know all the terms associated with the service. Passengers must note that the excess baggage allowance purchased for international flights will be provided for once only. If the passenger is flying to or from an international sector and is supposed to board a SpiceJet flight to a different destination within 24 hours, in this case, the baggage allowance will be provided only once. Passengers must note that the bookings must be made at least 24 hours in advance of travel.

Talking about the booking options passengers can pre-book their excess Baggage through the carrier’s official website or either through their travel agents. Once the pre-purchasing of excess Baggage has been done passengers won’t be able to transfer their allowance to any other passengers. The tickets of Excess Baggage for international connection will be non- transferable in every case. Passengers must note that excess Baggage purchased will be valid for the specific sector. SpiceJet has indicated that they will not entertain any modifications once the pre-booking has been done for their Baggage on international flights. The carrier has also noted that once the booking is made the Pre-booked Excess Baggage cannot be cancelled in stand-alone and passengers will not be able to use it partially. In any case, SpiceJet will reserve all the rights to change, modify, alter or replace the offer without any prior notice. If there are any queries related to the Pre-booked Excess Baggage, the decision of SpiceJet will be binding.

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