|Free||Canada to and from South and the United States: 20 kg (44 lb). |
EXCEPT Toronto to and from Montego Bay, Jamaica: 23 kg (51 lb) if noted on ticket.
Certain cruise passengers: 25 kg (55 lb) if noted on ticket.
Canjet Select: When purchased in advance of departure date, an additional 10 kg (22 lb) of checked weight will be permitted.
|For each passenger, CanJet allows up to two (2) checked pieces as long as the overall weight does not exceed the weight shown in the left column according to the point of departure and destination. The overall measurement of each checked-in piece (length+width+height) must be less than 62 in (158 cm) and weigh less than 70 lb (32 kg) (This is for safe working conditions for all baggage agents).|
Extra kilograms will be charged as excess baggage.
Fragile or perishable articles, including medication or medical devices, money, jewellery, silverware, electronics, laptop computers, personal audio/video devices, negotiable documents, securities, samples of business documents or other valuables (other than articles of clothing) shall not be accepted as checked baggage. Any such items declared or found in checked baggage shall be subject to removal prior to the baggage in question being accepted for carriage by the Carrier.
The Carrier shall not be liable for damage to fragile, valuable or perishable items where such damage is the result of the inherent defect, quality or vice of the item in question. Unsuitably or inadequately packed items will be accepted at the Carrier’s discretion and, where accepted, compensation may be denied as a result of the afore-mentioned factors. The Carrier assumes no liability for the delay in delivery of any perishable items accepted as checked baggage unless it has failed to take all reasonable measures to avoid such delay.
|$15.00 CAD per extra kilogram each way||Max. 32 kg (70 lb) per item.||Payable at CanJet check-in counter.|
See Liability limitations below.
|SPORTING EQUIPMENT/SPECIAL ITEMS|
|When properly packaged, CanJet Airlines will accept one of the following sports items as a free checked baggage allowance piece if it fits within the weight and dimension limitations. All sporting equipment is accepted only with a signed Limited Release Tag, releasing CanJet Airlines from any claim in regards to damage. Fees will be applied to certain items, please see below for details:|
|$30.00 CAD (or local currency) each way.||Any regular size.||Any regular weight.|
In preparation for travel, the handlebars must be turned sideways, the tires deflated and you must remove the pedals. It is strongly recommended that the bicycle be placed in a rigid and/or hard shell container specifically designed for carriage in the baggage hold of the aircraft.
Maximum weight 32 kg (70 lb) including bicycle bag/box.
|$100.00 CAD (or local currency) each way.||Not longer than 3.65m (12 ft).||Max 20 kg (44lb).||Passengers should arrive early at the airport since space in the cargo hold is limited. Please ensure that equipment is properly wrapped/secured for transport to prevent loss or damage. |
|Free||Any Regular size.||Max 10 kg (22 lb).||One kite board or one bag containing kite board equipment will be accepted towards our sporting equipment free baggage option. Please ensure that equipment is properly wrapped/secured for transport to prevent loss or damage. |
|Free||14 clubs and 1 pair of shoes.||Max 20 kg (44 lb).||Please ensure that equipment is properly wrapped/secured for transport to prevent loss or damage. Golf Clubs are considered to be a regular sized golf bag containing 14 clubs, 12 golf balls, and one pair of golf shoes. The golf bag and contents will only be accepted with a limited release tag (to be signed at check-in), releasing CanJet of liability. |
|Free. Should the Scuba equipment and baggage combined exceed the free baggage allowance per person, the applicable excess baggage fees would apply.||A set is considered to be one each of the following: empty scuba tank(be able to open the tank to prove it is empty), regulator, pressure gauge (to be at 0), tank harness, face mask, pair of diving fins, snorkel, knife, spear gun, air pistol and safety vest.||Max 20 kg (44 lb).||Please ensure that equipment is properly wrapped/secured for transport to prevent loss or damage. These item(s) will only be accepted with a limited release tag (to be signed at check-in), releasing CanJet of liability. All equipment must be visually inspected and accepted by our check-in agents.|
|Free. Should the Fishing equipment and baggage combined exceed the free baggage allowance per person, the applicable excess baggage fees would apply.||Includes two rods, one reel and a tackle box.||The fishing rod(s) must be packaged in a rigid and/or hard shell container specifically designed for shipping. If otherwise packaged, the item(s) will only be accepted with a limited release tag (to be signed at check-in), releasing CanJet Airlines of liability.|
|Free||Max 20 kg (44 lb).||Consists of: 1 tent, 2 sleeping bags & camping accessories. Will be accepted on CanJet Airlines flights as checked baggage only. Only new stoves and canisters that have never contained a flammable liquid will be accepted onboard. No fuel sources (gas, fluid) accepted.|
|Free. Should the Hunting equipment and baggage combined exceed the free baggage allowance per person, the applicable excess baggage fees would apply.||Please be advised that CanJet is a non - Dangerous Good certified airline; therefore no ammunition can be carried in either checking or carry-on baggage. Firearms of any description on any of CanJet’s flights for sporting purposes will be carried as checked baggage provided required entry permits are in the possession of the passenger for the country of destination and provided that such firearms are checked at the cargo area and are properly packaged in a locked box with trigger locks.|
|All other sporting equipment (including roller blades and hockey bags):|
|Free. However should the sporting equipment and baggage combined exceed the free baggage allowance per person, the applicable excess baggage fees would apply.||Max 20 kg (44 lb).||When properly packaged, CanJet Airlines will accept one sports item as free checked baggage allowance piece if it fits within the weight and dimension limitations and is under 20kg (44lb).|
|Sporting equipment not accepted for travel:|
|Kayak, Canoe, Pole Vaults, Hand Gliders, Windsurf Board|
|Mobility Aid and Devices|
|Free||Wheelchairs, walkers, motorized scooters and mobility equipment.||Please note CanJet will only accept dry and gel cell batteries. Wet cell batteries are not accepted for transportation due to safety reasons.|
|Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC)|
|Free||Any regular size.||Please refer to the Portable Oxygen Concentrators (POC) section for more information.|
|Onboard Medical Oxygen|
|Not Accepted||CanJet does not allow medical oxygen onboard.|
|CPAP machine (for sleep apnea)|
|Free||23 x 40 x 51 cm (9 x 16 x 20 in) Including wheels and handles.|
A CPAP (Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) machine will be accepted as a carry-on if it fits the standard carry-on size of 23 x 40 x 51 cm (9 x 16 x 20 in). Due to the excess weight of these machines, we ask that you limit your other carry-on to the bare minimum that is required for your personal needs during flight. Please note your medical equipment must absolutely be self-reliant (i.e. battery-powered). CanJet cannot provide you with power or any other material.
Note: The distilled water used by this device is exempted from the liquid restrictions for carry-on baggage. We recommend that passengers carry supporting documentation from their doctor to facilitate pre-board screening.
|Exceptions may be made for medical equipment required during flight. If it exceeds the carry-on allowance, please advise your Travel Agent at time of booking. See details in our passengers with special needs section.|
|Transport Canada regulations restrict carriage on aircraft of items classified as hazardous materials. These materials include, but are not limited to, flammable gases-liquid and solid, non-flammable, compressed gas, explosives, poison, corrosives, oxidizing agents, radioactive material, etiologic agents, and magnetized material.|
|Free||Measurements not to exceed 135 x 60 cm (53 x 23.5 in).||A wedding dress in a non-rigid garment bag may be carried onboard, and can be laid out or gently rolled up in the overhead bin. There are no closet facilities on board our aircraft. The dress may be carried in addition to a regular sized carry-on bag, free of charge. We would ask that contact be made with our CanJet Specialists for authorization of this request. Our CanJet Specialists can be reached at 1-800-809-7777 Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Atlantic Standard Time.|
|PETS AND SERVICE ANIMALS|
|Free||More information is available on our Special Needs page.|
|Not Accepted||Other than service animals, CanJet does not accept pets for travel onboard or via cargo.|
|Musical Equipment - Carry On|
|Free||23 x 40 x 51 cm |
(9 x 16 x 20 in)
including wheels and handles.
|10 kg (22 lb).||Allowed in overhead bin. Instruments exceeding this size or weight must be checked.It is important to note that a musical instrument in cabin replaces the carry-on baggage allowed.|
|Musical Equipment - Checked Baggage|
|Free, unless it exceeds the free allowance weight and dimensions. Then $15.00 CAD per kilogram each way for flights to/from South destinations.||Max 20 kg (44 lb).||Must be packed in rigid case. Should the musical instrument and baggage combined exceed the free allowance per person, the applicable excess baggage fees will apply. We suggest taking additional insurance (consult your insurance company or travel agent).|
|CHILD AND BABY EQUIPMENT|
|Infants travelling on an adult's lap do not have a baggage allowance;
however, some baby and child equipment (1 stroller, 1 car seat) is
accepted free of charge. Any additional item (such as a playpen, booster
seat, additional car seats, etc.) exceeding your free checked baggage
allowance will be subject to excess baggage charges.|
|Car seat – child or infant|
|Free||Any regular size.||Any regular weight.|
If you choose to purchase a seat for the use of a child restraint device (car seat) for your infant or child who is less than forty (40) lb, the infant/child must be restrained in the approved child restraint device which meets safety standards set by the CMVSS and FMVSS. The child must remain properly secured in the seat at all times when the aircraft seat belt sign is illuminated during the journey. Child restraint devices cannot be used in an exit row or in a seat that would impede access to an aisle or to emergency/safety equipment. Snugglies and booster seats are not permitted to be used as restraining devices on board CanJet.
There are safety restrictions and criteria that a CRS must meet in order to be approved for travel inside the aircraft cabin. Please note the following
Canadian Manufactured Devices (CMD)
Must indicate compliance with either CMVSS 213 or 213.1; and
Indicate the date of manufacture as being after January 1, 1981.
American Manufactured Devices (AMD)
Made between January 1, 1981 - February 1985; and
Bear Label "This child restraint system conforms to all applicable FMVSS".
Made on or after February 26, 1985;
Bear Label "This child restraint system conforms to all applicable FMVSS"; and
Bear Label "This restraint is certified for use in motor vehicles and aircraft".
Additional CRS Restrictions
Car seats (no wider than 15.5 in or 40 cm) may be used on CanJet Airlines’ flights.
Forward facing - restricted to an occupant between 20 and 40 lb.
A person over the age of two may occupy an approved CRS provided the weight/height capacities are not exceeded.
Instructions for the proper use of the device and its weight and height capacities must also be prominently displayed on the device. The weight and height of the person using the child restraint system must be within the system's stated range.
CARES™ device is a Child Restraint System that is currently permitted onboard.
Conditions of Use:
The CARESTM device and the child using the CARESTM device shall be accompanied by a parent or guardian who will attend to the safety of the child during flight.
This device is designed specifically for aviation use for children age 1 to 4 weighing between 22 and 44 lb (10-20 kg) and whose height is 100 cm (40 in) or less.
The device shall be used within the limitations specified by the manufacturer found on the CARESTM device; and
The CARESTM device shall bear a legible label indicating the applicable design and approval standards.
|Playpen as checked baggage|
|If the combined weight of the playpen and your baggage exceeds the free baggage allowance, excess baggage charges in effect will apply.||Any regular size.||Any regular weight.||Must be securely folded and closed. Placed in transport pouch or in a solid bag. Not accepted as carry-on baggage.|
|Stroller as checked baggage|
|Free when traveling with an infant or young child.||Any regular size.||Any regular weight.||Must be securely folded and closed. Not accepted as carry-on baggage. Can be used up to the door of the aircraft on departure. Upon arrival, strollers will be gate delivered.|
|Check with the Agriculture department of the country that you are visiting for specific guidelines on what may be imported or exported, as many countries have restrictions.|