Baggage definition

Baggage means luggage or such articles, effects or other personal property of a passenger or passengers as are necessary or appropriate for wear, use, comfort or convenience in connection with the flight.
Baggage means any good that is necessary or appropriate for the wear, use, comfort, or convenience of the passenger for the purpose of the trip. Unless otherwise specified, it shall include both checked and unchecked baggage of the passenger.

Examples of Baggage in a sentence

  • The Customer’s Baggage Allowance for the amount of Cabin Baggage a Customer may carry without Excess Baggage Charge must be in accordance with Bonza’s Baggage Policy.

  • Should the Customer in receipt of the Baggage Tag not make any complaint in respect of Checked Baggage received for 3 days or more following collection from the airport, Bonza will assume the Customer is satisfied that such Baggage was received in good condition, unless the Customer is able to show otherwise with sufficient proof.

  • Due to risks of travel, including loss of Tickets, Baggage, medical and hospital expenses, repatriation costs, personal injury, death or losses arising from delays, travel insurance is recommended.

  • Oversize Baggage presented at check-in may be subject to an Excess Baggage Charge.

  • A Customer’s Baggage Allowance cannot be transferred to another Customer, but Baggage Allowances may be pooled by Customers on the same Itinerary.


More Definitions of Baggage

Baggage means luggage and personal effects (whether owned, borrowed or rented) taken by You on Your Trip.
Baggage means all such Passenger baggage allowed on the Vessel pursuant to the terms of this Contract which is placed in Passenger’s cabin, or which has been stored in the Vessel’s baggage room, holds or safe against receipt therefore at the request of Passenger.
Baggage means luggage and personal possessions, whether owned, borrowed, or rented, taken by You on the Trip.