Transport of checked baggage in the hold of Royal Air Maroc

Checked baggage on Royal Air Maroc domestic and international flight

Economy class passengers can check in one piece of 23 kg baggage in the hold, Business class passengers can check in 2, 23 kg baggage. If you want to check in more baggage, please refer to the link below.

Royal Air Maroc allows you to check-in online between 48 hours and 2 hours before the scheduled departure of your flight. You will then have to print your boarding pass.

Web check-in is operational from the following airports: Rio, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Beirut, Bordeaux, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Strasbourg, Toulouse, Milan, Rome, Istanbul, Lisbon, Montreal, Geneva, Zurich, São Paulo, Cairo, Frankfurt, Munich, Stockholm, Paris Charles de Gaulle, Barcelona, ​​Copenhagen, Madrid, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Malaga, Doha, Tenerife, Turin, Bologna, Las Palmas, Venice, Montpellier, Moscow, Berlin, Algiers , Abidjan and all Moroccan stopovers. Online check-in is also available from Casablanca to destinations except Canada and the United States.
This service is temporarily suspended when departing from other airports.

You can of course also check-in at the airport at the self-service kiosks.

Royal Air Maroc has decided to use the concept of piece baggage allowance. This means that you will be able to take one or two pieces of luggage for free depending on the category of your ticket and your destination.

Here are the baggage allowances for the main destinations served by Royal Air Maroc. You are traveling from Europe to Morocco and vice versa:

No luggage in Eco essential Class

1 piece of 23 kg baggage in standard economy class
2 pieces of luggage of 23 kg each in Business class (+ 1 additional piece of 23 kg baggage for Safar Flyer Silver / Gold / Ambassador members)

All Royal Air Maroc flights except the United States, Africa, Brazil, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Turkey:

1 piece of 23kg baggage in eco class
2 pieces of luggage of 23 kg each in Business class (+ 1 additional piece of 23 kg baggage for Safar Flyer Silver / Gold / Ambassador members)

For flights to / from the United States, Africa, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and Turkey:

2 pieces of luggage of 23 kg each in economy class
3 pieces of luggage of 23 kg each in Business class

For flights from / to Brazil

2 pieces of luggage of 32 kg each in economy class
2 pieces of luggage of 32 kg each in Business class (+ 1 additional piece of 32 kg baggage for Safar Flyer Silver / Gold / Ambassador members)

For flights from / to Qatar

2 pieces of luggage of 23 kg each in economy class (+ 1 additional piece of 23 kg baggage for Safar Flyer Silver / Gold / Ambassador members traveling in economy class).

2 pieces of luggage of 32 kg each in Business class (+ 1 additional piece of 32 kg baggage for Safar Flyer Silver / Gold / Ambassador members traveling in Business).

In any event, if your baggage weighs more than 32 kg or the sum of its three dimensions exceeds 203 cm, you will need to go to the freight department or pay extra baggage. Likewise, if you exceed the deductible granted to you, you will have to pay an excess which varies according to your destination.

To avoid disappointment, do not place fragile items in your checked baggage or pack them well as they are sometimes abused at the airport. In addition, be sure to label all your luggage, indicating your contact details and a telephone number, which is very useful in case of loss. Finally, never leave your luggage unattended and never accept the transport of packages or luggage from third parties.

Products and items prohibited in checked baggage

To ensure the safety of the flight crew on board and that of other passengers on the plane, the IATA (International Air Transport Association) has implemented strict and precise regulations concerning the transport of certain objects, certain articles and certain liquids to board the plane.

Although these limitations are different between baggage that travels in the cabin or in the holds of the aircraft, it is important to know the rules in force to avoid any unpleasant surprises.

It is therefore better to know and respect these rules so as not to encounter any problems during your passage through the security check of the airport. In fact, flying with checked baggage requires compliance with certain safety standards. Note, however, that airlines and airports prohibit these products and consumables on board the aircraft for the well-being and safety of their passengers.

Before checking the important points concerning the contents of your hand luggage, do not forget to check the dimensions of the cabin suitcase that you plan to take on the plane (in the hold) because more and more companies limit from now on drastically the dimensions and the maximum weight of luggage allowed in the hold.

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