EVA Air Baggage Allowance Policy

The EVA Air baggage allowance is based on 2 systems—the Piece System and the Weight System.

  1. The Piece System baggage allowance is used for flights to/from the United States, Canada, and some countries in South and Central America. 
  2. The Weight System baggage allowance is used on all other routes. 

According to the EVA Air baggage policy:

  • The carry-on baggage allowance:
    • For Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, and Business Class passengers is 2 pieces of carry-on bags/handbags not exceeding 15lb/7kg each plus 1 personal item.
    • For Premium Economy and Economy Class passengers is 1 piece of carry-on bag/handbag not exceeding 15lb/7kg plus 1 personal item such as a laptop bag, purse, rain gear, briefcase, duty-free goods, etc.
  • The checked baggage allowance on piece system routes:
  • For Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, and Business Class passengers is 2 checked bags not exceeding 70lb/32kg each, and each bag must not exceed 158cm/62in in combined linear dimensions.
  • For Premium Economy Class passengers is 2 pieces of checked bags not exceeding 62lb/28kg each, and each bag must not exceed 158cm/62in in combined linear dimensions.
  • For Economy Class passengers is 2 pieces of checked bags not exceeding 50lb/23kg each, and each bag must not exceed 158cm/62in in combined linear dimensions.
  • For Economy Discount passengers is 1 piece of checked bag not exceeding 50lb/23kg, and each bag must not exceed 158cm/62in in combined linear dimensions.
  • The checked baggage allowance on weight system routes:
  • For Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, and Business Class passengers is 88lb/40kg per passenger, with no bag exceeding 158cm/62in in combined linear dimensions.
  • For Premium Economy Class passengers is 77lb/35kg per passenger, with no bag exceeding 158cm/62in in combined linear dimensions.
  • For Economy Class passengers is: 
  • On Up fares is 77lb/35kg per passenger. 
  • On Standard or Basic fares is 66lb/30kg per passenger.
  • On Discount fares is 44lb/20kg per passenger.

No bag should exceed 158cm/62in.

  • Infinity MileageLands and Star Alliance members are entitled to extra baggage allowance.
    • Infinity Mileage Diamond and Gold, and Star Alliance Gold tier members are allowed to carry: 
      • On piece system routes 1 extra checked bag of up to 50lb/23kg.
      • On weight system routes 44lb/20kg extra per passenger.
    • Infinity MileageLands Silver Cardmembers are also entitled to extra baggage allowance. 
      • On piece system routes 1 extra checked bag of up to 50lb/23kg per passenger.
      • On weight system routes 22lb/10kg extra per passenger.
  • Baggage size limit. The total combined dimensions of an oversized bag (L + W + H) must not exceed 292cm (115in), or it will be delivered as cargo. 
  • The total weight of an overweight bag must not exceed 100lb (45kg), or it will be delivered as cargo. However, this rule does not apply to special baggage. 
  • Special baggage items weighing more than 70lb (32kg)—such as musical instruments, sporting equipment, household items, camera equipment, medical equipment, and pets—must be pre-approved by EVA Air Reservations at least 48 hours before departure.
  • You may be asked to show photographs (before and after packing) before accepting delivery.
  • You will have to pay excess baggage charges if you exceed your free baggage allowance.
  • A 10% discount will apply if you purchase your baggage online in advance. 
EVA Air Carry-on Baggage Allowance
Economy Premium EconomyBusinessPremium LaurelRoyal Laurel
Carry-on Baggage AllowanceCarry-on Bag (1)Personal Item (1)Carry-on Bag (1)Personal Item (1)Carry-on Bags (2)Personal Item (1)Carry-on Bags (2)Personal Item (1)Carry-on Bags (2)Personal Item (1)
Size and weight restrictionsMax. size (incl. wheels, handles, and side pockets)Carry-on bag 56 x 36 x 23cm (22 x 14 x 9in), or a total of 115cm (45in).Personal item 40 x 30 x 10cm (16 x 12 x 4in), or a total of 80cm (32in).Max. weight per carry-on bag 15lb (7kg).The carry-on bag must fit in the overhead bin or under the seat.The personal item can include any 1 of the following:
A purse, thin satchel-type laptop bag, small backpack, briefcase, camera case, rain gear (umbrella or raincoat), and limited duty-free articles.
EVA Air Checked Baggage Allowance
Economy Premium EconomyBusinessPremium LaurelRoyal Laurel
Checked Baggage Allowance By Piece SystemDiscount (Y)—1 x 50lb/23kgOthers—2 x 50lb/23kg each 
Infants1 bag of the same weight and size as the accompanying adult’s bag 
By Weight SystemDiscount (Y)—1 x 44lb/20kgStandard (Q/H/M)—1 x 66lb/30kg Basic (V/W/S) —1 x 66lb/30kg Up (B/Y)—77lb/35kg
Infants22lb/10kg
By Piece System2 x 62lb/28kg each


Infants1 bag of the same weight and size as the accompanying adult’s bag 
By Weight SystemUp (K)—77lb/35kgStandard (T/L)—77lb/35kgBasic (P) —77lb/35kg



Infants22lb/10kg
By Piece System2 x 70lb/32kg each
(All Fare Families, i.e., Basic, Standard, and Up)


Infants1 bag of the same weight and size as the accompanying adult’s bag 
By Weight SystemUp (C)—1 x 88lb/40kgStandard (J)—1 x 88lb/40kgBasic (D)—1 x 88lb/40kg



Infants22lb/10kg
By Piece System2 x 70lb/32kg each(All Fare Families, i.e., Basic, Standard, and Up)


Infants1 bag of the same weight and size as the accompanying adult’s bag 
By Weight SystemUp (C)—1 x 88lb/40kgStandard (J)—1 x 88lb/40kgBasic (D)—1 x 88lb/40kg

Infants22lb/10kg
By Piece System2 x 70lb/32kg each(All Fare Families, i.e., Basic, Standard, and Up)

Infants1 bag of the same weight and size as the accompanying adult’s bag 
By Weight SystemUp (C)—1 x 88lb/40kgStandard (J)—1 x 88lb/40kgBasic (D)—1 x 88lb/40kg

Infants22lb/10kg
Max. size per bag (L + W + H): 158cm (62in).Passengers traveling with lap infants are entitled to carry (in the cabin—subject to space availability—or as checked baggage) a collapsible pushchair/stroller, or a car seat, or an infant carrying basket. If checking in, remove the accessories to avoid damage/loss.

Note

In addition to your carry-on/cabin baggage, you can bring the following items with you:

  • Assistive or medical devices such as a wheelchair, crutches, cane, walker, etc.
  • Duty-free articles in limited quantities. 

For fare types not listed above, the following baggage allowance will apply:

By Piece System
(to/from the U.S., Canada, and some countries in Central and South America)

  • Premium Laurel/Business/ Royal Laurel 2 x 70lb/32kg each 
  • Premium Economy 2 x 62lb/28kg each
  • Economy 2 x 50lb/23kg each
  • Infants 1 piece by traveling fare 

By Weight System
(to/from all other destinations except the U.S, Canada, South, and Central America)

  • Premium Laurel/Business/ Royal Laurel 88lb/40kg 
  • Premium Economy 77lb/35kg
  • Economy 66lb/30kg
  • Infants 22lb/10kg

Extra Baggage Benefits—Infinity Mileage Lands and Star Alliance Members

Infinity Mileage Lands and Star Alliance members are entitled to carry 1 extra checked baggage item free—in addition to their standard baggage allowance—as shown below.

Extra Baggage AllowanceInfinity MileageLands & Star Alliance Members
By Piece System(U.S., Canada, South, and Central America)By Weight System(All other routes)
Diamond Card (Status: Star Alliance-Gold)1 piece (50lb/23kg44lb/20kg
Gold Card (Status: Star Alliance-Gold)1 piece (50lb/23kg44lb/20kg
Silver Card (Status: Star Alliance-Silver)(only when you book on EVA Air/UNI Air)1 piece (50lb/23kg22lb/10kg
Star Alliance Gold members with partner airlines 1 piece (50lb/23kg44lb/20kg
Star Alliance Silver members with partner airlines No extra allowanceNo extra allowance
Note. The extra baggage allowances mentioned above apply only when EVA Air is operating the longest portion of the journey. If your itinerary includes other airlines, check out their baggage allowance as it may differ from that of EVA Air. 

EVA Air Additional/Excess Baggage Fees


How much does it cost to buy extra baggage on EVA Air?

EVA Air has divided countries into 7 zones. The cost of buying extra baggage will depend on which zone you’re flying from and your destination.  

For example, if you’re flying from Taiwan (Zone 1), buying extra baggage on a piece system route can cost you: 

  • USD 150 per bag if you’re flying to the U.S. West Coast/Canada (Zone 5).
  • USD 180 per bag if you’re flying to the U.S. East Coast and interior points/Canada (Zone 6).
  • USD 210 per bag if you’re flying to Central or South America (Zone 7).
EVA Air Additional/Extra Baggage Fees for Piece System Flights (United States, Canada, South and Central America)
To/fromZone 1Taiwan, Korea, Philippines, Macau, China, Hong KongZone 2Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Dem Rep of LAOZone 3Middle East, Oceania, Asia excl. Zones 1 & 2Zone 4Africa, Europe (incl. Turkey), Russia
Zone 5U.S. West Coast and CanadaUSD 150/pieceUSD 180/pieceUSD 190/pieceUSD 200/piece
Zone 6U.S. East Coast and interior points and CanadaUSD 180/pieceUSD 200/piece USD 210/pieceUSD 220/piece
Zone 7Central and South AmericaUSD 210/pieceUSD 240/pieceUSD 250/pieceUSD 250/piece

On a weight system route, you can buy extra baggage on EVA Air from USD 8–60 per kg., depending on your route.

For example, if you’re flying from Taiwan (Zone 1), buying extra baggage on a piece system route can cost you: 

  • USD 8 per kg., if you’re flying to Korea, the Philippines, China, or Hong Kong (Zone 1).
  • USD 15 per kg., if you’re flying to Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, or the Dem Rep of LAO (Zone 2). 
  • USD 30 per kg., if you’re flying to the Middle East, Oceania, or Asia excl. Zones 1 & 2. 
  • USD 60 per kg., if you’re flying to Africa (incl. Turkey), Europe, or Russia. 
EVA Air Additional/Extra Baggage Fees for Weight System Flights (All other routes except USA, Canada, South and Central America)
To/fromZone 1Taiwan, Korea, Philippines, Macau, China, Hong KongZone 2Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Dem Rep of LAOZone 3The Middle East, Oceania, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Northern Mariana Islands, Timor Leste, Palau,  Asia excl. Zones 1 & 2Zone 4Africa (incl. Turkey), Europe, Russia
Zone 1Taiwan, Korea, Philippines, Macau, China, Hong KongUSD 8/kgUSD 15/kgUSD 30/kgUSD 60/kg
Zone 2Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Japan, Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Dem Rep of LAOUSD 15/kgUSD 25/kgUSD 45/kgUSD 60/kg
USD 45/kg between Bangkok (Zone 2) and London (Heathrow), Amsterdam, and Vienna (Zone 4)
Zone 3Middle East, Oceania, Asia excl. Zones 1 & 2USD 30/kgUSD 45/kgUSD 45/kgUSD 60/kg
Zone 4Africa (incl. Turkey), Europe, RussiaUSD 60/kgUSD 60/kg
USD  45/kg between Bangkok (Zone 2) and London (Heathrow), Amsterdam, and Vienna (Zone 4)
USD 60/kgNA

Overweight and Oversize Charges 

An overweight and oversize baggage fee will apply to each baggage item that exceeds your free baggage allowance, as shown below.  

  • Overweight Fee by Piece System 
    • 50 – 70lb (23 – 32kg) USD 80/CAD 100
    • 71 – 99lb (32 – 45kg) 3 times the extra baggage charge per piece
    • >99lb (45kg) Not accepted
  • Oversized Fee by Piece System
    • 158 – 203cm (63 – 80in) USD 150/CAD 190
    • >203cm (80in) USD 300/CAD380
  • Oversized Fee by Weight System
    • 158 – 203cm (63 – 80in) USD 150/CAD 190
    • >203cm (80in) USD 300/CAD380

Prepaid Excess Baggage Fees

You can get a 10% discount if you purchase your excess baggage online in advance via EVA Air’s website. This facility is available up to 24 hours before your flight’s departure.

  • Weight System Routes
    You can purchase additional baggage in increments of 11lb/5kg each—up to 220lb/100kg per passenger—subject to a limit of 66lb/30kg per checked bag.
  • Piece System Routes
    You can purchase up to 5 pieces of excess baggage—up to 250lb/110kg per passenger—subject to a limit of 50lb/23kg per checked bag.

Infants Baggage Allowance

Lap infants (infants not occupying a seat below 2 years of age) are entitled to: 

ClassWeight Concept FlightsPiece Concept Flights
All classes22lb/10kg1 bag of the same weight and size as the accompanying adult’s bag
Plus, a collapsible pushchair/stroller, car seat, or an infant carrying basket—in the cabin (subject to space availability) or as checked baggage. 

Note.  Pre-purchasing excess baggage (up to 24 hours before departure) will get you a 10% discount.

How to Pre-pay for Baggage Online 

Use the Manage feature to pre-purchase excess baggage and save 10%

EVA Air allows passengers to purchase excess baggage online in advance (at least 24 hours before departure) and get 10% OFF the airport rates. 

To pre-purchase baggage online:

  1. Go to EvaAir.com
  2. From the Manage tab, select Prepaid Excess Baggage
    (it appears under Add-ons and Other Services)
  3. Now retrieve your flight booking by entering your: 
  1. 6-letter/number booking reference/Ticket number/13-digit EMD number 
  2. Last name   
  3. First + middle name (if applicable)
  1. Click on the Log In button 
  2. Follow the prompts to add more baggage 
  3. Pay

Note. 

  • You can also log in with your membership number to pre-purchase your baggage. 
  • You can also pre-purchase baggage using the mobile app or at the airport’s self-service kiosk. 
  • It is cheaper to pre-purchase baggage online at least 24 hours before departure.

EVA Air Sporting Equipment Policy

Per EVA Air’s sports baggage policy, sports equipment is typically included in your free baggage allowance as normal checked baggage. 

  • You must provide advance notice to book the following sports equipment: 
    • Angling/fishing equipment 
    • Archery equipment 
    • Bicycle
    • Canoe
    • Hang gliding equipment
    • Paragliding equipment
    • Scuba diving equipment
    • Ski equipment
    • Sporting firearms and ammunition 
    • Surfboard equipment
    • Skis/water skis
    • Windsurfing equipment
  • The following sports equipment will be considered 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm (62in), regardless of their actual dimensions: 
    • Angling/fishing equipment 
    • Archery equipment 
    • Bicycle
    • Bowling equipment
    • Golf equipment 
    • Hockey/lacrosse equipment
    • Scuba diving equipment
    • Skis/water skis
    • Windsurfing equipment
    • Sporting firearms and ammunition
  • The following sports equipment will be charged an oversized baggage fee if found oversized on the Piece System routes, i.e., on flights to/from the United States, Canada, South, and Central America
    • Canoes
    • Surfboard equipment
    • Hang gliding equipment 
    • Windsurfing equipment
  • If you exceed the weight, size, or piece allowance, excess baggage charges will apply.

Guidelines for Carrying Sporting Equipment

Below are a few tips on how to pack your sports equipment, along with the weight, size, and geographic restrictions that apply to them.

  • Angling/Fishing Equipment
    • Only permitted as a checked baggage item. 
    • The following items count as one checked item:
      1 tackle box, 1 landing net, 1 pair of fishing boots (properly encased), 2 rods, 1 reel.
    • Only 1 piece per passenger is permitted. 
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Must be properly packed in a suitable container. 
  • Archery Equipment 
    • Only permitted as a checked baggage item. 
    • 1 archery equipment item includes 1 bow case with 1 quiver of arrows, and a maintenance kit of adequate strength to prevent accidental damage.
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Must be enclosed in a sturdy container or case.
  • Bicycles 
    • Only permitted as a checked baggage item. 
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • Must be packed (preferably) in a hard-shell bag designed for packing bicycles. For non-motorized touring and single-seat racing bicycles, ensure the tires are deflated, the pedals removed or turned inside, and the handlebars packed sideways. 
    • Electric bicycles with batteries will not be accepted.
  • Bowling Equipment
    • Only permitted as a checked baggage item. 
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • The following items count as 1 item: 1 bowling ball and 1 pair of shoes in a bowling bag. 
    • Must be properly encased in a travel-worthy container.
  • Canoe
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking and provide the weight and dimensions.
    • Subject to excess baggage charges per rules.
  • Golf Equipment
    • Only permitted as a checked baggage item. 
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • Includes 1 set of clubs and 1 pair of golf shoes.
    • All pieces must be encased in a suitable container, and the golf bag packed in a strong, rigid case. 
    • Soft-sided bags will be accepted but the airline will not be responsible for any damage. 
  • Hang-gliding Equipment
    • Only permitted as a checked baggage item. 
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Includes 1 glider, 1 helmet, and 1 harness.
    • Must be packed in a glider bag or suitable case.
    • Subject to excess baggage charges per rules.
  • Hockey and Lacrosse Equipment
    • Only 1 piece is permitted per passenger. 
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • Includes: 2 lacrosse or 2 hockey sticks taped together and packed into 1 equipment bag will count as 1 baggage item. The sticks must be separately packed from other items, and in a hard-sided bag. 
    • Sticks cannot be packed with other equipment—they must be packed separately.
    • Field/ice hockey, lacrosse, ringette, and football equipment include 1 football/stick/puck/ring, 1 set of pads, 1 set of cleats, 1 pair of shoes or skates.
  • Kitesurfing Equipment
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Includes: 1 kiteboard, 1 pair of kites, and lines.
    • Must be packed in a suitable bag, such as a concertina bag. 
    • Subject to excess baggage charges per rules.
  • Paragliding Equipment
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Includes: 1 wing, 1 harness, 1 helmet, 1 emergency reserve system such as a parachute. 
    • Must be packed in a suitable bag, such as a concertina bag. 
    • Subject to excess baggage charges per rules.
  • Scuba Diving Equipment
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • Only 1 piece is permitted per passenger.
    • Includes 1 empty tank, 1 tank harness, 1 regulator, 1 tank pressure gauge, 2 fins, 1 mask, 1 safety vest, and 1 snorkel. 
    • All items must be adequately encased and packed in a suitable container.
  • Skis/Water Skis
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • Only 1 piece is permitted per passenger.
    • Includes: 1 pair of each: skis, ski poles, and ski boots
      OR 1 snowboard, 1 pair of boots, 1 pair of water skis, or 1 slalom water ski.
    • All items must be adequately encased and packed in a suitable container.
  • Sporting Firearms and Ammunition
    • Must pre-advise EVA Air Reservations at least 5 working days before the travel date. 
    • Actual dimensions notwithstanding, it is considered as 1 piece of baggage measuring 158cm/62in. 
    • Only 1 piece is permitted per passenger.
    • Must be for personal use only. 
    • Must have all the required licenses and documentation.
    • Must not contain more than:
      • 1 rifle case with up to 2 rifles, 11lb/5kg of ammunition, 1 shooting mat, noise suppressors, and 1 toolset for a small rifle, OR
      • 2 shotgun cases with up to 2 shotguns, and 11lb/5kg of ammunition, OR
      • 1 pistol case with up to 5 pistols, 11lb/5kg of ammunition, noise suppressors, 1 pistol telescope, and small tools for the pistols.
    • Ammunition
      • Must not exceed 11lb/5kg per passenger.
      • Must either be in original packing or a proper container capable of preventing shell or cartridge movement.
      • Loose ammunition will not be accepted.
  • Surfboard/Windsurfing Equipment 
    • Must pre-advise EVA at the time of booking.
    • Up to 2 surfboards are allowed per bag.
    • Windsurfing equipment includes 1 board, 1 mast, 1 wooden boom, and sail.
    • Must be padded and enclosed in a proper package to prevent accidental damage.
    • Subject to excess baggage charges per rules.

Note

  • Sporting equipment checked as normal baggage that exceeds your baggage allowance will incur an excess baggage fee. 
  • High-value sporting equipment should be insured before travel.
  • Personal items incl. clothes must not be packed with sporting goods. 
  • Special baggage items are subject to different regulations (and charges), so contact EVA Air Reservations (+1-844-903-1897 or your local office) at least 48 hours before departure for details.

Special Baggage Items

The following special baggage items must be transported per rules that apply specifically to them:

  1. Sporting Equipment
  2. Musical Instruments
  3. Mobility Aids
  4. Refrigerated Items 
  5. (Special) Cabin Baggage Items (CBBG)

The requirements for each special item are briefly explained below.

  1. Sporting Equipment 
    • Can be carried as part of your normal checked baggage allowance, subject to prior notice in most cases. 
    • For details, refer to the section titled EVA Air Sporting Equipment Policy. 
  2. Musical Instruments 
    • Can be carried as part of your normal baggage allowance, as carry-on items, checked baggage, or by purchasing a seat.
    • For details, refer to the section titled EVA Air Musical Instruments Policy.
  3. Mobility Aids 
    • Include wheelchairs, mobility aids, assistive devices, and scooters (incl. with batteries).
    • Can be carried free of cost in addition to the free baggage allowance.
    • Permitted for disabled passengers only.
    • Assistive devices include walkers, ventilators, respirators, crutches, canes, etc.
    • For details, refer to the section titled Tips for Passengers Requiring Special Assistance on EVA Air.
    • Reduced mobility passengers traveling to/from Europe are permitted to carry 2 pieces of mobility equipment free of charge (per EU legislation).
  4. Refrigerated Items 
    • EVA Air cannot store or refrigerate personal items in the chiller.
    • If carrying such items, prepare your vacuum flask or cooler bag adequately with dry ice or ice gel packs to keep the items chilled. 
    • Ice gel packs are permitted in the cabin provided that the per-pack volume does not exceed 10ml and they are placed in a resealable, transparent plastic bag per the hand baggage rules of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). For details, refer to this link
    • Passengers are permitted to bring dry ice into the cabin under the following conditions: 
      • It does not exceed 5lb/2.5kg. 
      • It is securely packed. 
      • It has a proper CO2 evaporation mechanism.
      • You inform the airport staff at check-in that you are carrying dry ice into the cabin. 

The airport staff will label the bag in which you are carrying the dry ice.

  1. (Special) Cabin Baggage Items (CBBG)  
    • Special unchecked items that are valuable or fragile can be carried on a paid seat. They include urns, carved statues like a Buddha statue, musical instruments, or other valuable or delicate items. 
    • To purchase an extra seat for a CBBG item, you must provide the details (weight, size, dimensions, type of item) to EVA Air Reservations at least 48 hours before departure. CBBG items cannot be booked online.
    • The maximum weight of a CBBG (when packed) must not exceed 154lb/70kg per seat, and the dimensions (when packed) must comply with the acceptable cabin baggage dimensions.
    • CBBG items must be paid for and are not included in the free baggage allowance.  
    • CBBG items must occupy either the last row seat in front of the partition or a front-row seat behind the partition.
    • CBBG items must be secured (with a seatbelt) on a seat next to or near the passenger and must comply with all the safety regulations. 
    • The passenger cannot exchange seats with the CBBG item during the flight. 
    • The CBBG item must not block other passengers’ view of the signage, such as Seatbelt, No Smoking, Exit, etc. 
    • CBBG items cannot contain prohibited or dangerous articles. 
    • CBBG items must not endanger the passengers, aircraft, or property inside the aircraft.
    • CBBG items must be securely packed or they will not be accepted. 
    • EVA Air may accept the CBBG as checked baggage instead or refuse it at its sole discretion. 
    • Reach the check-in counter with the CBBG item at least 2 hours before departure. 
    • To book a CBBG item: 

How to Pay Your Baggage Fee on EVA Air  

You can add bags and pay your baggage fee: 

  • When you’re booking your flight 
    • Online via Prepaid Excess Baggage under Manage
      (see How to Pre-pay for Baggage Online)
    • By phone (+1-844-903-1897 or your local office)
  • After you’ve booked your flight
    • Online through Prepaid Excess Baggage
      (appears in the Manage tab’s dropdown)
    • By phone (+1-844-903-1897 or your local office)
  • At the airport when you’re checking in
    • Self-service kiosk 
    • Airport counter 

If you’re traveling with checked bags beyond your baggage allowance, don’t wait till check-in time. You can pre-pay up to 24 hours before departure and save 10% on each bag.

EVA Air Musical Instruments Policy

The EVA Air musical instruments policy allows you to carry your musical instrument/equipment as part of your carry-on or checked baggage allowance—or purchase an extra seat to accommodate it. Below are a few things to remember:

  • Musical instruments carried as checked baggage items must be packed in a hard-sided case. Items packed in soft-sided cases (gig bags) will not be accepted.
  • Large musical instruments such as cellos and double basses will only be accepted as checked baggage if they cannot be accommodated inside the cabin as cabin baggage (CBBG) items on a paid seat.
  • You must sign a limited release tag when checking in your musical instrument. Always insure high-value musical instruments before travelling. 
  • Carry-on musical instruments are on a first-come-first-served basis. This means you may have to check in your musical instrument if there’s no stowage space left.
  1. Musical Instrument as Carry-on Baggage Items

You can bring a small musical instrument as a carry-on item if it fits in the overhead bin or under the seat (with the case). If your musical instrument cannot be stored due to space limitations, you will need to check it in as checked baggage. 

  • Overhead bins are available on a first-come-first-served basis. 
  • You must pack your musical instrument in a hard case with rounded edges.
  1. Musical Instrument as Checked Baggage 

You can check in a musical instrument that doesn’t fit within your carry-on baggage limits, but you must pack it in a hard-sided case (soft cases will not be accepted). A checked musical instrument will count toward your checked baggage allowance. 

Checked musical instruments will not incur an overweight or oversize fee if they are within the weight and size limitations of your baggage allowance. However, if your musical instrument exceeds the weight and/or size limitations of your allowance, you will be charged for it. 

  1. Musical Instrument on a Paid Seat (CBBG)

You can carry your musical instrument/equipment—such as a guitar, bass, or cello—as cabin baggage (CBBG) by purchasing a seat for it. 

The following condition will apply:

  • You must provide the details (weight, size, dimensions, and type of item) to EVA Air Reservations by phone (+1-844-903-1897 or your local office) at least 48 hours before departure. This cannot be done online.
  • The maximum weight must not exceed 154lb/70kg per seat, and the dimensions of your musical instrument (when packed) must comply with the acceptable cabin baggage dimensions.
  • The seat must be paid for—your free baggage allowance will not be considered.  
  • The musical instrument must occupy either the last row seat in front of the partition or a front-row seat behind the partition.
  • The packed musical instrument must be secured with a seatbelt on a seat next to or near you and must meet all the safety regulations. 
  • You cannot exchange seats with your musical instrument during the flight. 
  • The musical instrument must not obscure a passenger’s view of the aircraft cabin signage. 
  • Reach the check-in counter with the packed musical instrument at least 2 hours before departure. 
  • To book a seat for your musical instrument as a CBBG item: 

What to Do If Your Baggage is Delayed, Lost, or Damaged

If you’re unable to find your checked baggage upon arrival, you must: 

  1. Report it immediately at the airport to an EVA Air personnel and submit a claim report. After you submit the report, you will be given a file reference number which you will need to track your bag(s) or ask for compensation if the bag is lost. 

Note

  1. If your bag was partially lost or damaged, you must file a claim within 7 days of claiming the bag. 
  2. If your bag was delayed or wholly lost, you must file a claim within 21 days of the bag’s scheduled arrival date. 

If you don’t file a claim within the prescribed timelines, you may not be able to claim compensation.

How to trace your missing baggage on EVA Air

After you’ve filed a claim report, you can follow up: 

If your baggage cannot be found after 5 days, you will receive a Baggage Claim/Inventory Form that you must fill out and submit. EVA Air will use this form to locate your bag(s) and process any related compensation. 

Note. Per the recommendations of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), passengers must report their missing baggage to the last airline flown by them. In case of late delivery, damage, or missing baggage, you must contact the last airline you flew to reach your destination.

How to seek reimbursement claims

To seek compensation of any nature, you must:

  1. Inform EVA Air and submit a claim report
    1. No later than 7 days of claiming a partially lost or damaged bag. 
    2. No later than 21 days of the bag’s scheduled arrival date if your bag was delayed or wholly lost. 
  2. Keep the original receipts as proof of expenses incurred by you (if claiming expenses due to delayed baggage). 

EVA Air’s Liability for Lost and Damaged Bags 

EVA Air’s liability for lost, damaged, or delayed bags (including contents)—except mobility aids, assistive devices, and wheelchairs—is limited to:

  • Per the Montreal Convention (checked/unchecked baggage)—SDR 1,131 (~USD 1,628) per ticketed passenger.
  • Per the Warsaw Convention—SDR 17/kg (~USD 9.90/kg) of checked baggage, and SDR 332 (~USD 193) per unchecked bag.

Exception. You can claim a higher compensation if you make a special declaration stating a higher value for your bag’s contents and pay an additional fee for it. 

Liquids, Aerosols, and Gels (LAGs) Restrictions

  • Liquids, aerosols, and gels (incl. pastes and creams) on flights to/from the United States will only be allowed in the cabin if they are in containers not exceeding 3.4oz (100ml) each. 
  • LAGs can include items like shampoo, hair gel, hair spray, shampoo, suntan lotion, toothpaste, creams, and items having similar consistency. 
  • The containers must be packed in a clear, re-sealable/zip-lock plastic bag not exceeding a volume of 33.8oz (1L) per passenger. 
  • Each passenger is allowed to carry only 1 such plastic bag in his/her carry-on baggage. 
  • The passenger must present the plastic bag at the security checkpoint for visual examination. 

Exemptions 

The following items are allowed in cabin baggage if required during the flight—but must be declared at the checkpoint:

  • Medications with supporting documentation. 
  • Duty-free purchases. 
  • Baby foods required during the flight. 
  • Medical juices/liquids/gels incl. for diabetes. 

EU Regulations for LAGs

Per the latest EU regulations, all LAG items must be in a sealed plastic bag and be kept in a security tamper-evident bag, STEB. Passengers need to show their STEBs at security checkpoints, incl. LAGs purchased on the aircraft. For details, click here

  • Powdered substances are permitted in the cabin or the hold but within limits. They include substances such as sugar baby food, medication in powder form, flour, sugar, spices, powdered milk, ground coffee, cosmetics, sand, etc.

Powdered Substance Regulations for the United States

When flying to the United States, you can only carry up to 12oz/350ml of powdered substances in the cabin. Larger quantities must be checked in—with the following exceptions:

  • Medical powders (with prescription) 
  • Baby food
  • Duty-free powders
    (packed in a STEB, i.e., sealed security tamper-evident bag)

Duty-free Purchases

Duty-free items are subject to the same rules that apply to LAGs (liquids, aerosols, and gels). You’re not allowed to carry individual items exceeding 100ml (3oz). If traveling to an international destination (outside of Taiwan), buy your duty-free items on your last flight segment so that you don’t have to pass through any more checkpoints.

Prohibited Items 

Aside from the items mentioned below, the following items are prohibited in carry-on and checked bags:

  • Items prohibited by rules, regulations, and laws in the countries in your travel itinerary. 
  • Items stated as unsuitable by EVA Air due to limitations relating to their nature, volume, weight, or quantity.
  • All live animals except cats, dogs, rabbits, and service/emotional support dogs traveling in compliance with EVA Air’s requirements. 

The following items are considered hazardous or dangerous, and not permitted in carry-on or checked baggage:

  • Compressed gases, such as canned butane, aqualung cylinders, scuba oxygen bottles, spray paints, propane, hydrogen, acetylene, insecticides, liquid nitrogen, oxygen bottles, etc.
  • Corrosives, such as alkalis, acids, mercury, and devices containing mercury, wet-cell batteries, etc.
  • Explosives, such as fireworks, ammunition, flares, firecrackers, etc.
  • Flammable solids and liquids, such as self-heating meals, other flammable solids, lighters, thinners, matches, blue flame/cigar lighters, lighter fuel, kerosene/kerosene stoves, etc.
  • Radioactive materials.
  • Briefcases and attaché cases in-built alarm devices.
  • Oxidizing materials such as peroxides and bleaching powder.
  • Poisonous or infectious substances such as insecticides, weedkillers, live viruses, arsenic, etc. 
  • Other dangerous items such as irritating or offensive materials (like tasers, pepper spray, stun guns, teargas), magnetized items, asbestos, etc. 

Portable Electronic Devices (PEDs) and Spare Batteries

  • Portable Electronic Devices like a laptop, cellphone, drone, watch, calculator, etc. when carried in checked bags must be completely switched off (sleep/hibernation mode is not permitted) to prevent accidental activation. 
  • No passenger can carry more than 15 PEDs and/or 20 spare batteries with an up-to-100Wh rating. If carrying more, you must seek advance approval from EVA Air. 
  • Spare Batteries and Power Banks can be taken only in carry-on bags and not in checked bags. They must be packed individually, with the terminals taped (or placed in a plastic bag) to protect short-circuiting. The lithium metal content of lithium metal batteries must not exceed 2 grams, and the watt-hour (Wh) rating of lithium-ion batteries must not exceed 100Wh. Power Banks must be marked with specs and values, or they will not be accepted. 
  • No more than two 100 – 160Wh spare lithium batteries (incl. portable battery supply device and power bank) can be carried by any passenger as carry-on baggage—subject to EVA Air’s approval. Lithium-ion batteries exceeding 160Wh are prohibited. Additionally, the batteries must comply with the requirements of the tests indicated in the UN Manual of Tests and Criteria, Part III, subsection 38.3. If traveling with a battery-powered wheelchair or mobility aid, refer to Special Assistance and Inquiry for details.
  • Portable hand-held fans using in-built lithium-ion batteries can only be taken in a carry-on bag or in-person—but never in a checked bag.
  • Products containing/powered by lead-acid batteries—such as LED flashlights and rechargeable mosquito zappers—will most likely be rejected on inspection. However, if you’re carrying a medical device or mobility aid powered by a lead-acid battery, get it pre-approved by EVA Air Reservations before your travel date to avoid last-minute hassles. 

Small Lithium-ion Battery-Powered Vehicles 

Lithium-ion-powered small vehicles are completely banned on EVA Air—with or without batteries. These vehicles include—but are not limited to—electric skateboards, balance wheels, hoverboards, solo wheels, air wheels, mini-Segways, etc. 

Smart Baggage

Smart Baggage items using integrated lithium batteries, as well as electronic devices using power banks, motors, GSM, GPS, Bluetooth, RFID, or Wi-Fi technology, must meet the following requirements:

  • The maximum watt-hour rating must not be more than 160Wh. 
  • If the lithium battery can be removed from the carry-on baggage, the smart bag must comply with all the carry-on baggage regulations, and the transmitting functions must meet the Regulations Governing the Use of Electronic Devices as stated in the inflight magazine.
  • If the lithium battery can be removed from the checked baggage, the batteries must be carried into the cabin. Smart baggage that fails to meet the safety requirements will not be accepted.
  • If the lithium-ion battery cannot be removed from the smart baggage: 
    • …and the lithium metal content does not exceed 0.3g or 2.7Wh (dry battery, button cells), it will be accepted as carry-on or checked baggage.
    • …and the lithium metal exceeds 0.3g or 2.7Wh (rechargeable lithium battery, power bank, etc.), it will not be accepted for carriage. 

Recalled-by-manufacturer/vendor lithium batteries and electronic devices will not be accepted for safety reasons either as carry-on or checked baggage. Examples include Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops sold between September 2015 and February 2017. 

However, if the manufacturer or vendor has replaced the battery or guarantees the recalled product’s safety, you may carry it with you in the cabin per the carry-on baggage regulations. For details, refer to FAA Pack SafeDOT Safe Travel, and IATA Passenger Dangerous Goods Corner.

Lighters and matches

  • If traveling to/from/via the United States, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) permits you to carry common lighters in your carry-on bags. However, torch lighters cannot be taken as carry-on items.
  • If your flight is departing from China, Macau, or the Philippines, you’re not permitted to carry lighters or matches in your carry-on and checked baggage.

Other Items

  • If carrying chemical substances or raw materials: 
    • Prepare a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) to prove that the materials are safe.
    • Seek pre-approval from EVA before traveling. 
    • Carry the supporting documents with the materials. 
    • Seal the materials in original factory packaging. 
    • Label them clearly for easy identification. 
    • Contact EVA Air Reservation at least 48 hours before departure.
  • Sharp objects such as scissors, knives, sticks, tools, or sporting goods cannot be carried on board but can be carried in checked baggage. For details, check out Taiwan CAA’s List of Suspicious Articles Hazardous to Flight safety
  • Sporting revolvers, pistols, and munitions can be carried in checked baggage. For details, contact EVA Air.
  • Adjustable Billies, stun guns, compressed spray gases, etc. cannot be carried either as checked baggage or carry-ons when traveling to, from, or via Macau or Hong Kong. 
  • For more information on prohibited items, refer to the following websites: 

Frequently Asked Questions on EVA Air Baggage Allowance, Fee, Extra Baggage

If your checked baggage is delayed or missing, you must report it immediately to an EVA Air personnel at the airport and submit a claim report. After submitting the report, you will be given a file reference number which you will need to track your bag(s) or claim compensation. 

You must file your claim within 7 days of claiming the bag if it was partially lost or damaged, and no later than 21 days of the bag’s scheduled arrival date if your bag was delayed or wholly lost. If you don’t file the claim within these time limits, you may not be able to claim any compensation.

After you file your claim report, you can follow up with EVA Air’s Baggage Service Office by phone, or via the online baggage tracing system by entering your file reference number and last name.

If your baggage is still missing after 5 days, EVA Air will send you the Baggage Claim/Inventory Form. Simply fill it out and send it to them as indicated. This form will be used to either locate your bag(s) or process any related compensation. 

To seek any type of compensation, you need to:

  1. Notify EVA Air and submit your claim report: 
    1. Within 7 days of claiming a partially lost or damaged bag. 
    2. Within 21 days of the scheduled arrival date of your bag if it was delayed or lost. 
  2. Retain the original receipts as evidence of the expenses incurred by you (if you’re claiming expenses on account of delayed baggage). 

You can pay your baggage fee at the time of booking your ticket, after booking your ticket, or at the airport kiosk or check-in counter. In the first two cases, you can pay your baggage fee by phone or online.  

If you pay for extra baggage at least 24 hours before departure (online or by phone), you can get a 10% discount OFF the normal baggage fee payable at the airport. 

Your baggage allowance on most EVA Air flights is as follows:

  • Carry-on Baggage Allowance (all routes)
    • Economy/Premium Economy 1 Carry-on Bag x 15lb/7kg
      1 Personal Item 
    • Business/Premium Laurel/Royal Laurel 2 Carry-on Bags x 15lb/7kg each
      1 Personal Item 

Max. Dimensions
Carry-on Bag 56 x 36 x 23cm (22 x 14 x 9in)
Personal Item 40 x 30 x 10cm (17 x 13 x 8in)

  • Checked Baggage Allowance
    • By Piece System
      (flights to/from the U.S., Canada, South and Central America)
      • Economy Discount (Y) 1 x 50lb/23kg
      • Economy (Others) 2 x 50lb/23kg each
      • Premium Economy (All) 2 x 62lb/28kg each
      • Business/Premium Laurel/Royal Laurel (All) 2 x 70lb/32kg each
    • By Weight System
      (all other flights)
      • Economy
        • Discount (Y) 44lb/20kg per passenger
        • Standard (Q/H/M) 66lb/30kg per passenger
        • Basic (V/W/S) 1 x 66lb/30kg per passenger
        • Up (B/Y) 1 x 77lb/35kg per passenger
      • Premium Economy (All) 1 x 77lb/35kg per passenger
      • Business/Premium Laurel (All) 1 x 88lb/40kg per passenger
      • Royal Laurel (All) 1 x 88lb/40kg per passenger

Max. Dimensions
L + W + H 158cm (62in) per bag

Aside from your carry-on baggage, you can bring the following items for free:

  • Medical/assistive devices you’re using, such as a pair of crutches, a wheelchair, a walker, etc. 
  • Duty-free articles within permissible limits. 

Passengers traveling with a lap infant are entitled to a free checked baggage allowance of:

  • 1 bag of the weight and size as the accompanying adult on piece system flights to/from the U.S., Canada, South, and Central America.
  • 22lb/10kg on weight system flights to/from all other countries except the U.S., Canada, South, and Central America.

They can also carry a collapsible pushchair/stroller/car seat/infant carrying basket in the cabin (subject to space availability) or as checked baggage—free of cost. 

EVA Air’s lost baggage compensation is limited to: 

  • SDR 1,131 (~USD 1,628) per ticketed passenger on trips governed by the Montreal Convention. 
  • SDR 17/kg (~USD 9.90/kg) per checked baggage item and SDR 332 (~USD 193) per unchecked baggage item.

Remember, if you make a special declaration stating a higher value and pay an additional fee for it, you’re allowed to claim higher compensation.

The maximum baggage weight of an overweight bag on EVA Air (except special baggage) must not exceed 100lb (45kg), or it will not be accepted.

EVA Air’s baggage allowance (piece system) from the U.S. to the Philippines is: 

  • 2 bags of up to 70lb/32kg each on Business/Premium Laurel/Royal Laurel.
  • 2 bags of up to 62lb/28kg each on Premium Economy. 
  • 2 bags of up to 50lb/23kg each on Economy.
  • 1 bag of up to 50lb/23kg on Discount Economy. 

Infants are allowed 1 baggage piece of the same weight and size as the accompanying adult. 

The EVA Air baggage size limit of an oversized bag, i.e., the maximum combined dimensions (L + W + H) of any bag must not exceed 292cm (115in). If it does, it will have to be shipped as cargo baggage.

The EVA Air baggage weight on international flights is as follows: 

  • The checked baggage weight allowed on piece system flights is:
  • 2 checked bags of up to: 
    • 70lb/32kg per bag on Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, and Business Class fares.
    • 62lb/28kg per bag on Premium Economy fares. 
    • 50lb/23kg per bag for Economy fares. 
  • 1 checked bag of up to 50lb/23kg on Economy Discount fares.
  • The checked baggage weight allowed on weight system flights is:
  • 88lb/40kg per passenger on Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, and Business Class fares.
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on Premium Economy Class fares. 
  • 66lb/30kg per passenger on Economy Class fares.
  • For Economy Class passengers: 
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on Up fares. 
  • 66lb/30kg per passenger on Standard or Basic fares.
  • 44lb/20kg per passenger on Discount fares.

The EVA Air baggage allowance for Canada is 2 checked bags per passenger of up to:

  • 70lb/32kg each for Premium Laurel/Business/Royal Laurel passengers. 
  • 62/28kg each for Premium Economy passengers. 
  • 50lb/23kg each for Economy passengers.
    (Exception: 1 checked bag for Economy Discount passengers).
  • 1 checked baggage item for infants (by traveling fare) plus a collapsible pushchair/stroller, car seat, or an infant carrying basket.

The size of the checked bag must not exceed 158cm/62in. 

Passengers are also entitled to a carry-on baggage allowance of:

  • 2 carry-on bags not exceeding 15lb/7kg each plus 1 personal item for Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, and Business passengers.
  • 1 carry-on bag not exceeding 15lb/7kg plus 1 personal item such as a laptop bag, purse, rain gear, briefcase, duty-free goods, etc., for Premium Economy and Economy passengers.

The check-in baggage restrictions on EVA Air (with regards to weight and size) are as follows:

  • The maximum combined dimensions of a standard checked bag must not exceed 158cm/62in.
  • Oversized bags must not exceed 292cm (115in), or they will be shipped as cargo.
  • The maximum weight of a standard checked bag must not exceed 70lb/32kg.
  • Overweight bags (except special baggage items) must not exceed 100lb (45kg) per bag, or they will be shipped as cargo. 
  • If you’re carrying special baggage (sporting equipment, musical instruments, medical equipment, etc.) exceeding 70lb (32kg), you must seek advance approval from EVA Air at least 48 hours prior to departure.

The excess baggage fee on EVA Air will depend on your route. On a piece system route, the excess baggage fee ranges from USD 150 – 250 per bag, depending on your route. If you’re flying from Taiwan (Zone 1) to the U.S. West Coast or Canada, you’ll be charged USD 150 per bag, and USD 180 per bag if you’re flying to the U.S. East Coast and interiors, or Canada. If you’re flying from Taiwan to Central or South America, you’ll be charged USD 210 per bag. However, if you’re flying from Europe to Central or South America, you’ll be charged USD 250 per bag.

The excess baggage fee on weight system routes is charged on a per kilo basis, and ranges from USD 8–60 per kg., depending on your route. If you’re flying in Zone 1 countries, i.e., Taiwan, Korea, the Philippines, China, or Hong Kong, you’ll be charged USD 8 per kg. However, if you’re flying from a Zone 1 country (mentioned earlier) to Europe, Africa, or Russia, you’ll be charged USD 60 per kilo as excess baggage charges. 

EVA Air’s baggage allowance for Asia, where the weight system applies, is as follows:

  • On Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, and Business Class fares, the checked baggage allowance is 88lb/40kg per passenger, with no restriction on the number of bags you can check in.
  • On Premium Economy Class fares, the checked baggage allowance is 77lb/35kg per passenger, with no restriction on the number of bags you can check in. 
  • On Economy Class fares, the checked baggage allowance is: 
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on Up fares. 
  • 66lb/30kg per passenger on Standard or Basic fares.
  • 44lb/20kg per passenger on Discount fares.

The size of a checked bag must not exceed 158cm/62in.

The EVA Air baggage allowance from Bangkok to London is subject to weight system flights, with the following baggage allowance:

  • 88lb/40kg per passenger on Business/Premium Laurel/Royal Laurel Class. 
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on Premium Economy Class and Economy Up.
  • 66lb/30kg per passenger on Economy Class (Standard or Basic).
  • 44lb/20kg per passenger on Economy Discount.

22lb/10kg per infant (any class) plus a collapsible pushchair/stroller, car seat, or an infant carrying basket.

The EVA Air baggage allowance for carry-on items depends on your travel class. If you’ve purchased a Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, or Business Class ticket, your carry-on baggage allowance is 2 carry-on bags of up to 15lb/7kg each plus 1 personal item. 

If you’re travelling on a Premium Economy or Economy fare, your carry-on baggage allowance is 1 carry-on bag of up to 15lb/7kg plus 1 personal item (as above). 

The maximum size of your carry-on bag (incl. handles, wheels, and side pockets) must not exceed 115cm/45in, i.e., 56 x 36 x 23cm (22 x 14 x 9in). Your dimensions of your personal item must not be more than 80cm/32in, i.e., 40 x 30 x 10cm (16 x 12 x 4in).

EVA Air baggage tracking can be done in 2 ways: 

  1. On the phone by calling the Baggage Service Office
  2. Through the online baggage tracking tool—just enter your file reference number and last name and follow the steps to track the real-time status of your missing baggage.

The EVA Air baggage weight allowance will depend on whether you’re flying on a piece or a weight system route. Piece system routes include flights to/from the United States, Canada, and South and Central America, and weight system routes include the remaining routes. 

EVA Air’s baggage allowance on Standard/Basic Economy Class fares is:

  • 2 checked bags of up to 50lb/23kg each on piece system flights.
  • 66lb/30kg per passenger on weight system flights.

EVA Air’s baggage allowance on Economy Discount fares is:

  • 1 checked bag of up to 50lb/23kg on piece system flights. 
  • 44lb/20kg per passenger on weight system flights.

The EVA Air extra baggage fee for Canada works on a per piece (bag) basis and depends on which of the 7 country zones you’re flying from or to.

The extra baggage fee between Canada and

  • Taiwan, Korea, Philippines, HK, China, and Macau ranges from USD 150 – 180 per piece. 
  • Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, and LAO ranges from USD 180 – 200 per piece. 
  • Middle East, Oceania, Asia (except the countries mentioned above) ranges from USD 190 – 210 per piece.
  • Europe, Africa (incl. Turkey), and Russia ranges from USD 200 – 220 per piece.

Infinity MileageLands Gold tier members are entitled to an extra baggage allowance of:

  • 1 additional bag of up to 50lb/23kg on piece system routes.
  • 44lb/20kg extra per passenger on weight system routes.

The EVA Air international baggage allowance on piece system flights is:

  • 70lb/32kg per bag on a Premium Laurel/Business/Royal Laurel fare.
  • 62/28kg per bag on a Premium Economy fare. 
  • 50lb/23kg per bag on an Economy fare.
    (But only 1 checked bag on an Economy Discount fare).
  • 1 checked bag (by traveling fare) item per infant plus a collapsible pushchair/stroller, car seat, or an infant carrying basket.

The EVA Air international baggage allowance on weight system flights is:

  • 88lb/40kg per passenger on a Business/Premium Laurel/Royal Laurel Class fare. 
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on a Premium Economy Class and Economy Up fare.
  • 66lb/30kg per passenger on an Economy Class (Standard or Basic) fare.
  • 44lb/20kg per passenger on an Economy Discount fare.
  • 22lb/10kg per infant on any travel class plus a collapsible pushchair/stroller, car seat, or an infant carrying basket.

The combined dimensions of a checked bag should not exceed 158cm/62in (L + W + H). 

The international baggage allowance for carry-on baggage is as follows:

  • 2 carry-on bags of up to 15lb/7kg per bag plus 1 personal item on Royal Laurel, Premium Laurel, and Business fares. The size of your carry-on bag must not exceed 56 x 36 x 23cm per bag.
  • 1 carry-on bag of up to 15lb/7kg plus 1 personal item such as a laptop bag, purse, rain gear, duty-free goods, etc., for Premium Economy and Economy passengers. The size of the personal item must not exceed 40 x 30 x 10cm.

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