This (Baggage Allowance ) data direct from Air India official website.
2– The maximum weight permissible for a single piece of baggage is 32 kgs. This rule is applicable on the entire Air India network.
3-Additional Baggage Allowance:-
Additional Baggage Allowance Air India is not available on-Air India flights operated with – ATR / CRJ aircraft, on Airline Partner’s flights and on Air India code share flights (i.e. Air India marketed and operated by a Partner Airline OR Partner Airline marketed and operated by Air India).
Silver Edge Club (SEC) Members are eligible for additional baggage allowance on flights operated by Air India only, whereas Golden Edge Club (GEC) and The Maharajah Club (TMC) Members (corresponding to Star Gold) are eligible for additional baggage allowance on Star Alliance operated flights also.
Gold Member of Star Alliance would continue to be permitted an additional 20Kgs of baggage allowance in Economy Class.
5-What is the charge for extra Baggage Allowance Air India ?
As compared to other airlines which allow a baggage limit of 15 kg, Air India has a limit of 25 kg. Airlines charge between the range of Rs 250 and Rs 400 per kg for excess baggage above the permissible limit.
- Passenger travelling on Air India domestic sector and connecting to Air India International sector or vice versa on the same ticket, the Free Baggage Allowance Air India of International sector will be applicable.
- Members of Premium Club and Flying Returns members would continue to be permitted additional baggage, as notified from time to time, over the same.
- Passengers dependent on a wheelchair travelling with a fully collapsible wheelchair to be stored in the aircraft hold retrievable at the Boarding Gate would be entitled an additional baggage allowance upto 15kgs (only for the weight of the wheelchair), free of charge as per DGCA guidelines. No other item can be clubbed with the weight of wheelchair for free baggage