This table gives the free baggage limits for a standard economy passenger on these airlines. Note that for trans-pacific routes, the standard baggage allowance for most airlines increases from 20kg to 32kg, and may include two checked bags. Approach the table below with some care, realizing that airlines may change allowances or fees charged unpredictably.
2 items, each max 32kg and 158cm max dimensions(International flight)
Thomas Cook Airlines
56x35x23cm (22x14x9in) Plus an Personal bag
22.6kg -Baggage fees apply
Virgin Atlantic Airways
2 items, each max 23kg and 158cm max dimensions
158cm max total dimensions, 32kg per item
Airlines often operate the "Piece Concept" for flights to and from the USA and Canada. This generally allows passengers 2 pieces of checked baggage, each up to 23kg. Elsewhere in the world the same airlines will operate the "Weight Concept", e.g., one bag of up to 20kg. For more discussion, see Fundamentals of flying#How much should I pack?
These variations mean you should ensure that you clearly understand your baggage allowances and any additional fees for any initial or continuing flight.
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