# Can I carry more luggage volumes with the same weight

I'm looking for information about how many items of luggage may I carry.

Normally the airline companies say for example:

The passenger can carry 2 items of luggage with a total of 30 kg.

If I travel with my partner and she carries more than 30 kg and I don't. Will we be charged for the extra weight?

Is it a problem to carry 3 items that are each 10 kg for example? Will the company charge me for the extra item?

• Luggage allowance is specified per person. Hence following from your example, each passenger can carry maximum 2x30kg of luggage. If you travel with your wife, you two will get 2x2x30kg of luggage allowance. So yes, two passengers will be able to carry 3x10kg of luggage on the plane.
– JoErNanO
May 3, 2015 at 10:45
• Just to make sure you can call them. May 3, 2015 at 14:19

If the conditions of your fare say 2 pieces of luggage and up to 30kg, it means just that. Depending on the route, you will typically find at least three types of limitations:

• Number of pieces of luggage