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Baggage allowance on LX ticket, SQ codeshare and the most significant carrier

Baggage allowance on LX ticket, SQ codeshare and the most significant carrier

Old Aug 25, 19, 9:46 pm
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Post Baggage allowance on LX ticket, SQ codeshare and the most significant carrier

Hi,

I am not sure where should I post this, but I have a unique itinerary.

Ticketed on LX (But none of the flights are on LX metal)
Leg 1: SIN-ZRH (SQ codeshare) *Most significant carrier based on flight time
Leg 2: ZRH-YYZ (AC codeshare) Zurich - Toronto
Leg 3: YYZ-YOW (AC codeshare) Toronto - Ottawa

On the LX e-ticket is mentioned 1pcs luggage throughout the journey.
SQ does not use piece concept for SIN-ZRH sector.
No *A status, flying in Economy.

Which baggage policy applies? SQ or LX? I have 2 pieces of baggage to check-in.
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Old Aug 25, 19, 11:01 pm
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I believe SQ's baggage policy will apply, since you're flying on SQ metal. If your 2 pieces are less than the weight limit prescribed for your cabin class, you should be fine.

Are all your itineraries on the same ticket? Even if they aren't, you can opt to get SQ to check your bags through (assuming you only have short layovers in between) and you won't have to worry about the different rules.
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Old Aug 26, 19, 12:26 am
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Originally Posted by redvelvetmartinis View Post
I believe SQ's baggage policy will apply, since you're flying on SQ metal. If your 2 pieces are less than the weight limit prescribed for your cabin class, you should be fine.

Are all your itineraries on the same ticket? Even if they aren't, you can opt to get SQ to check your bags through (assuming you only have short layovers in between) and you won't have to worry about the different rules.
Yes all on the same ticket.
Thanks
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