In the Travel informations > Baggage information > Checked baggage section of the Aer Lingus website, it's written:

Excess weight will be charged per kilo per flight for any passenger exceeding their personal checked baggage allowance at the airport on the day of travel.

How much does that cost per kilo?


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Aer Lingus has a section on overweight fee, but it lists it as a flat fee. Perhaps there is some mistake on either page.

Excess baggage fees: Longhaul flights - all bags over 23kg-32kgs (50lbs-70lbs)

75 euros, or
65 British Pounds, or
100 US Dollars

Shorthaul flights - per kg over allowance (airport only)
15 euros, or
12 British Pounds,or
- US Dollars (Unexplained - possibly: invalid on short-haul flight)

  • The other page is about flights “within Europe”, so short-haul flights.
    – Relaxed
    Commented Jul 26, 2014 at 18:49

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