Loganair Luggage

Old Sep 11, 23, 8:34 pm
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Loganair Luggage

Hey all,

I have an upcoming flight (Edinburgh - Bergen) booked under the Fly rate. That rate allows for 15kg hold luggage. It is on an Embraer, so there isn't a worry about actual space down in the hold.

More than likely my bag will be 20kg.

If I add another 15kg bag (20), could they just use that 15+15kg as one bag?
Do they charge a flat per-kg over?

Upgrading to Fly Flex (23kg) is about an extra 45, but I'm looking for the cheapest option.
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Old Sep 25, 23, 10:36 am
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Originally Posted by jww3
Hey all,

I have an upcoming flight (Edinburgh - Bergen) booked under the Fly rate. That rate allows for 15kg hold luggage. It is on an Embraer, so there isn't a worry about actual space down in the hold.

More than likely my bag will be 20kg.

If I add another 15kg bag (20), could they just use that 15+15kg as one bag?
Do they charge a flat per-kg over?

Upgrading to Fly Flex (23kg) is about an extra 45, but I'm looking for the cheapest option.
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My experience with them flying Aberdeen to/from Kirkwall last year and paying for an extra piece was they were very accommodating so long as a piece did not go over 25kg. If you pay the 20 and are thereby entitled to up to 30kg across two bags my experience tells me they would be fine with less physical space taken up, maximum weight bought nit being used, and 20in their bin. I am actually doing the BGO-EDI flight in the reverse direction next spring. Looking forward to more LoganAir actually Good people.
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