We want you to have an enjoyable flight experience! Please take note of our baggage allowances before you fly.
Nauru Airlines will no longer accept the following when carried as checked or carry-on baggage:
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones and Self-balancing boards
Due to a worldwide recall by Apple of a number of Apple MacBook batteries, ALL Apple MacBooks must be placed in carry-on baggage only and must be turned off.
Carry on or hand baggage consists of light items that you may need in-flight. It may include for ladies, a handbag or for men, a briefcase; a small laptop computer/Tablet and reading material. It also includes infant’s food for consumption in flight.
The following maximum baggage allowances apply for Carry-on Baggage for all Nauru Airlines International Travel:
Hand baggage should be shown to the check-in agent to ensure it is suitable to take on-board. Hand luggage in excess of your allowance will be removed at the boarding gate. You should be aware that excess hand luggage may not travel on the same flight as you. Additional charges will be payable if your excess hand luggage, when added to your checked baggage weight, exceeds your permitted allowance.
|Cabin||Total Combined Weight Allowance||Maximum Dimensions|
|Business||10kg||48(l) x 34(h) x 23(d) cm|
|Economy||7kg||48(l) x 34(h) x 23(d) cm|
Additional allowances at our absolute discretion may include:
- a handbag, pocketbook or purse which is appropriate to normal travelling dress and is not being used as a container for the transportation of articles which could otherwise be regarded as Baggage;
- an overcoat or wrap
- an umbrella (pointed and/or sharp prohibited) or walking stick;
- a small camera and/or pair of binoculars;
- a reasonable amount of reading matter for the flight;
- infant’s food for consumption in flight;
- a small amount of duty-free goods.
For non-rigid Baggage such as a garment bag the maximum dimensions permitted are 60(l) x 114(h) x 11(d) cm.
Note 1: Medical assistance items (crutches, wheelchairs etc) are exempt from this requirement. Please refer to our section on Mobility Aids.
Note 2: Carry-on hand baggage must not include any prohibited items, liquids, aerosols or gels (LAGS) that exceed the maximum quantity permitted. Any prohibited items and/or LAGS items in excess of the maximum quantity permitted will be removed at the screening point by the airport operator or screening agency. There is no provision to hold these items for you.
Please ensure your bags that you pack with your luggage are of a suitable type and of sound construction to protect its content. Nauru Airlines is not responsible for repair or replacement of bags that are presented at check-in that are not adequate or suitable to protect the contents from damage.
For International Travel on Nauru Airlines flights the following baggage allowances are included in your Fare. All other Baggage which is larger and/or heavier than your allowance will constitute excess and/or oversized Baggage. Pooling of baggage is only permitted where passengers are part of a family group and have been booked on the same booking reference number (PNR). Fees are payable for any excess baggage and must be paid for at the time of check-in.
Paid excess baggage is capped at maximum 50 kilograms total per person subject to the discretion of the airline. Please refer to costings for excess baggage here.
Nauru Airlines does not accept the following items as Checked Baggage and does not accept liability for their loss or damage unless the items are identified to Nauru Airlines and it has, in its absolute discretion, given its written acceptance for carriage and accepted liability in writing for their loss or damage:
- Cash, credit cards, deeds, passports and other travel documents, securities, business documents or other valuable documents;
- Jewellery, antiques, precious metals or similar valuable items;
- Any item of a delicate, fragile or brittle nature e.g. glassware, sports equipment, musical instruments;
- Any item of a perishable nature e.g. seafood;
- Electrical or electronic components e.g. computers, cameras;
- Any item that has insufficient packaging to withstand the normal circumstances and effects of carriage by air.
|Fare Type||Weight Allowance|
- The maximum weight per piece of Baggage must not exceed 32 kilograms
- Total dimensions of Baggage must not exceed 270cm with no one piece exceeding 158cm
What is the allowance for infants?
Adults accompanying infants are entitled to check-in one stroller, bassinet or car seat.
If used to board the aircraft these items will be removed at the departure gate and stowed in the aircraft hold. They will be returned to you at the destination port.
Please refer to our section regarding Travelling with Children and Infants for more information.
How much is excess baggage?
Excess baggage can be paid for at the airport or prepaid through your booking agent.
If using the prepaid facility there is no refund offered if the actual baggage lifted weighs less than the weight paid for.
Please refer to our section on Excess Baggage for charges.
How do I send unaccompanied baggage?
When personal effects are consigned as Unaccompanied Baggage, the passenger must present a copy of their passenger ticket to prove they are genuine passengers.Sending your excess baggage as unaccompanied baggage is often cheaper. You will need to have the baggage with the cargo agent a number of days prior to travel – the cargo agent will advise you of the local requirements.
What is unaccompanied baggage?
Unaccompanied Baggage is passenger baggage sent separately as personal-effects cargo, and not as baggage accompanied by a passenger. Passenger baggage is a person’s personal wearing apparel, portable sporting goods and portable musical instruments.
It does NOT include combustion/electric engines, motor parts and tools of trade.