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Baggage Rules

Economy Class

Economy Class

Applicable for tickets issued on/before 01AUG
Applicable for tickets issued on/after 02AUG
Premium Economy Class

Premium Economy Class

Applicable for tickets issued on/before 01AUG
Applicable for tickets issued on/after 02AUG
Business Class

Business Class

Applicable for tickets issued on/before 01AUG
Applicable for tickets issued on/after 02AUG
Terms and Conditions
  • The adjustments apply to the tickets booked in CI/AE operated flight numbers, or CI/AE are of operating airlines for the longest sector in interline journey.
  • CI/AE code-shared flights operated by other airlines might differ across carriers. Special Fare Types (e.g. Labor/Student/Seaman etc.) or other promotional tickets which additional free baggage allowances have been provided are based on ticket information.
  • Liability of Check Baggage are based on ticket free baggage allowance information.
  • Baggage size information:
    • Economy / Premium Economy / Business class: The sum of each bag's three dimensions may not exceed 62 inches (158 cm).
  • An overweight/oversized charge will be applied if the weight/total dimensions of all checked baggage, including but not limited to free baggage/pet/instrument/sporting equipment, exceeds the limit stipulated in free baggage allowance (Please check Charges for Oversized/Overweight Baggage)
Partner Carriers' Regulations

Partner Carriers' Regulations

China Airlines makes every effort to provide the best services during our code-shared flights. We also recognize the quality of services provided by our partner carriers. If you have any doubt about extended service, baggage, or other fees charged by our partner carriers, please refer to the following regulations regarding code-shared flights:

Code-Share Airlines

The Most Significant Carrier (for Trips Involving Interlink Baggage Regulations)

The Most Significant Carrier (MSC) is:

  • For travel between  IATA areas: The first carrier flying in between two of the  IATA areas
  • For travel between IATA sub areas: The first carrier flying in between the sub areas.
  • For travel within the same IATA sub area: The first carrier crossing an international border
The Most Significant Carrier (MSC)
IATA AreaSub Area
North America, Central and South America, HawaiiU.S., Canada, Mexico
Caribbean
Central America
South America
Europe, Middle EastEurope
Middle East
Africa
Asia, Guam, Southwest PacificJapan,Korea
Southeast Asia
South Asian Subcontinent
Southwest Pacific
Regulations for Code-Shared Flights
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