Singapore Airlines Baggage Allowance

Singapore Airlines’ baggage allowance falls in 2 categories: by piece concept (all routes to/from the United States) and by weight concept (all other routes). The baggage allowance will depend on your travel class.

Below is a snapshot of the Singapore Airlines baggage allowance:

  • Singapore Airlines’ cabin baggage allowance is as follows:
    • On Suites, First Class, and Business Class
      • 2 pieces of hand baggage per passenger plus 1 personal item such as a lady’s handbag, briefcase, laptop, or briefcase. 
      • The handbag can be up to 115cm/45in in combined dimensions and 15.4lb/7kg in weight and the personal item should not measure more than 40cm x 30cm x 10cm (15.7in x 11.8in x 3.9in).
    • On Premium Economy and Economy Class
      • 1 piece of hand baggage per passenger plus 1 personal item such as a lady’s handbag, briefcase, laptop, or briefcase. 
      • The handbag can be up to 115cm/45in in combined dimensions and 15.4lb/7kg in weight and the personal item should not measure more than 40cm x 30cm x 10cm (15.7in x 11.8in x 3.9in).
    • Singapore Airlines’ infant carry-on baggage policy entitles lap infants to a carry-on baggage allowance of 13.2lb/6kg for infant food (incl. breast milk) and amenities in addition to 15.4lb/7kg of free baggage allowance which can also include a light collapsible stroller, subject to certain requirements. If the stroller is checked in the hold, it will not count toward your baggage allowance.
  • Singapore Airlines’ checked baggage allowance depends on your route and travel class:
    • On piece concept flights (to/from the United States): 
      • The checked baggage allowance is:
        • Economy Class 2 pieces of up to 50lb/23kg per passenger
        • Premium Economy Class 2 pieces of up to 50lb/23kg per passenger
        • Business Class 2 pieces of up to 70lb/32kg per passenger
        • Suites and First Class 2 pieces of up to 70lb/32kg per passenger
      • PPS Club members are entitled to a 100% extra baggage allowance in all classes.
      • KrisFlyer Elite Gold Club and Star Alliance Gold Club members are allowed to bring 1 extra piece of baggage in all classes.
    • The checked baggage allowance for infants 1 bag of 50lb/23kg or 70lb/32kg, depending on the travel class, plus 1 pushchair/fully collapsible stroller plus a car seat/carry-cot.
    • On weight concept flights (all flights except those to/from the United States):
      • The checked baggage allowance is:
        • Economy Class 
          • Lite 66lb/30kg per passenger
          • Standard 66lb/30kg per passenger
          • Flexi 77lb/35kg per passenger
        • Premium Economy Class 77lb/35kg per passenger
        • Business Class 88lb/40kg per passenger
        • Suites and First Class 110lb/50kg per passenger
      • PPS Club members are entitled to 100% extra baggage allowance in all classes except Economy Flexi (66lb/30kg extra).
      • KrisFlyer Elite Gold Club and the Star Alliance Gold Club members are allowed to an extra baggage allowance of 44lb/20kg n all classes.
      • The checked baggage allowance for infants is 22lb/10kg plus 1 pushchair/fully collapsible stroller plus a car seat/carry-cot.
    • The weight of your checked bag must not exceed 70lb/32kg and its dimensions (length + width + height) must not exceed 158cm/62in.
  • The excess baggage fee: 
    • On piece concept flights to/from the United States ranges from USD 120 – 350 per piece, depending on the route, subject to a maximum of 2 additional bags. Overweight and oversized baggage fees do not apply to additional pieces of baggage.
    • On weight concept flights ranges from USD 8 – 56 per kilo and is charged in increments of 11lb/5kg/, subject to a maximum of 220lb/100kg per passenger. 
    • Is 10% to 25% cheaper if purchased online at least 48 hours before departure (excluding flights departing from India). 
  • Sports equipment like golf equipment, scuba diving equipment, surfboards, bicycles, canoes, ski equipment, etc., counts as part of your standard baggage allowance. If you exceed this allowance, the standard excess baggage fees will apply. On flights to/from the United States, most sporting equipment is treated as one piece of baggage, but a canoe counts as 2 pieces of baggage.

Singapore Airlines Cabin Baggage Allowance


What is Singapore Airlines’ hand baggage allowance?

Depending on your travel class, Singapore Airlines allows you to carry 1 or 2 bags as cabin (carry-on) baggage, as shown below. 

Travel Class Cabin Baggage AllowanceLimit
SuitesFirst ClassBusiness Class2 Handbags 1 Personal ItemHandbagMax. Weight: 15.4lb/7kg eachMax Size: 115cm/45in (L + W + H)Personal Item Max. Size 40cm x 30cm x 10cm (15.7in x 11.8in x 3.9in)
Premium Economy ClassEconomy Class1 Handbag1 Personal ItemHandbag Max. Weight 15.4lb/7kg Max. Size 115cm/45in (L + W + H)Personal Item Max. Size 40cm x 30cm x 10cm (15.7in x 11.8in x 3.9in)

If your cabin baggage exceeds the above-mentioned weight and size limits, it will be stored in the cargo compartment and will incur additional baggage charges. 

Additional Cabin Baggage Items. In addition to your cabin baggage allowance, you can carry any one of the following items for free:

  • A walking stick, crutches, and prosthetic devices (if using)
  • Camera / Camera bag*
  • Document bag*
  • Infant’s food and consumption amenities under 6kg. 
  • Laptop / Notebook in bag*
  • Overcoat
  • Lady’s handbag*
  • Duty-free goods (small amounts), where permitted
  • Umbrella

* The maximum dimensions of the bag must not exceed 40cm x 30cm x 10cm (i.e., 80 linear cm). If your bag’s combined dimensions (L + W + H) exceed 80cm:

  • It will count toward your standard cabin baggage allowance
  • You will have to check it in 

Alcohol-based disinfectants and hand sanitizers. To comply with the Dangerous Goods Regulations, passengers carrying alcohol-based hand sanitizers or disinfectants in checked baggage must ensure that the weight does not exceed 1.1lb/0.5kg or 0.5 liter per item and 2.2lb/2kg or 2 liters in total. 

Singapore Airlines Checked Baggage Allowance


How much baggage is allowed on Singapore Airlines?

Your checked baggage allowance on Singapore Airlines will depend on your flight’s route and your class of travel. 

  • If you’re flying to or from the U.S., the piece concept allowance will apply.
  • If you’re flying to or from any other location, the weight concept allowance will apply. 

Your free baggage allowance will also be mentioned on your ticket.

Piece Concept Baggage Allowance—All Flights To/From the United States 

Singapore Airlines Baggage Allowance-To/From USA
Travel ClassStandard Baggage AllowanceAdditional Baggage Allowance for PPS Club MembersAdditional Baggage Allowance for KrisFlyer Elite Gold/Star Alliance Gold Members
Suites First Class2 pieces of up to 70lb/32kg each2 additional pieces of up to 70lb/32kg each1 additional piece of 70lb/32kg 
Business Class2 pieces of up to 70lb/32kg each2 additional of up to 70lb/32kg each1 additional piece of 70lb/32kg 
Premium Economy Class2 pieces of up to 50lb/23kg each2 additional of up to 50lb/23kg each1 additional piece of 50lb/23kg each
Economy Class2 pieces of up to 50lb/23kg each2 additional of up to 50lb/23kg each 1 additional piece of 50lb/23kg each
Note: The total dimensions (L + W + H) of a checked bag must not exceed 158cm/62in.Bags exceeding 70lb/32kg must be repacked or transported as cargo baggage. Bulky items checked in at Singapore Changi Airport must not exceed 200cm in length, 75cm in width, and 80cm in height. The infant baggage allowance on piece concept flights is: 1 checked bag of up to 50lb/23kg or 70lb/32kg depending on the class of travel), plus A fully collapsible pushchair or stroller, plus A car seat or carry-cot

Weight Concept—All flights to and from all destinations (except the U.S.) 

Checked Baggage Allowance for Non-USA Flights 
Travel ClassStandard Baggage Allowance Additional Baggage Allowance for PPS Club MembersAdditional Baggage Allowance for KrisFlyer Elite Gold/Star Alliance Gold Members
Suites First Class110lb/50kgExtra 110lb/50kg (Total 220lb/100kg)Extra 44lb/20kg(Total 154lb/70kg)
Business Class88lb/40kgExtra88lb/40kg (Total 176lb/80kg)Extra 44lb/20kg(Total 132lb/60kg) 
Premium Economy Class77lb/35kgExtra 77lb/35kg(Total 154lb/70kg)Extra 44lb/20kg(Total 55kg)
Economy ClassFlexi

Standard

Lite

77lb/35kg 

66lb/30kg

66lb/30kg

Extra 77lb/35kg (Total 143lb/65kg)
Extra 66lb/30kg(Total 132lb/60kg)
Extra 66lb/30kg(Total 132lb/60kg)

Extra 44lb/20kg(Total 121lb/55kg)
Extra 44lb/20kg(Total 110lb/50kg)
Extra 44lb/20kg(Total 110lb/50kg)
Note The total dimensions (L + W + H) of a checked bag must not exceed 158cm/62in.Bulky items checked in at Singapore Changi Airport must not exceed 200cm in length, 75cm in width, and 80cm in height. The infant baggage allowance on weight concept flights is: 22lb/10kg per infant, plus A fully collapsible pushchair or stroller, plus Car seat or carry-cot PPS Club and Kris Flyer Elite Gold members are entitled to additional checked baggage allowance on Silk Air flights.
Food Items 

If you’re carrying food items, you will need to check with the relevant authorities before you fly.

  • When flying to Singapore, check with the Singapore Food Agency (SFA) for the food types and quantities allowed  
  • Restricted food items include strong-smelling food items and durians. If you plan to carry such items on board, you will need to check with your local Singapore Airlines office before flying.
Non-Standard Baggage

If you plan to carry large or heavy items—such as oversized sporting or musical equipment—some restrictions may apply. For information and assistance, contact Singapore Airlines Cargo.

Singapore Airlines Sporting Equipment Policy

Most sporting equipment will count toward your free baggage allowance. This typically covers:

  • Bicycles 
  • Canoes
  • Golf clubs
  • Scuba diving apparel
  • Skis 
  • Surfboards

When traveling from/to the United States, most sports equipment will be counted as a single piece of baggage, except canoes (2 pieces). If you’re traveling from/to Canada, you will be charged per the baggage allowance applicable to your journey.

Note. Make sure your checked sports baggage does not exceed 70lb/32kg. Items weighing more may have to be repacked or sent as cargo. If you plan to carry sporting equipment exceeding 70lb/32kg, contact your local Singapore Airlines Cargo office before traveling.

Additional baggage charges will apply if you exceed your baggage allowance. For details, refer to the section titled Excess Baggage Charges.

Firearms as Sporting Equipment. If you’re planning to travel with firearms and ammunitions (as checked baggage), you must: 

  • Call +1-844-903-1897 or your local Singapore Airlines office in advance. 
  • Carry all the necessary licenses and permits with you. 

Additionally, you must ensure that:

  • The ammunition is removed from the firearm. 
  • You do not carry:
    • More than 11lb/5kg of ammunition. 
    • Ammunition with incendiary or explosive projectiles.
  • You pack the ammunition securely in a strong and sturdy box. 
  • You carry the ammunition in separate boxes if you’re travelling in a group, and no box contains more than 11lb/5kg of ammunition.
  • You pack the firearm in a firearm case or suitcase.

If you’re carrying a weapon to or from Singapore, you can apply for a license with the Singapore Police Force

Singapore Airlines Musical Instruments Policy

Depending on the size and weight of your musical instrument, you can carry it: 

  1. As normal cabin baggage, as long as it does not exceed (after packing): 
    1. 115cm in combined dimensions (L + W + H). 
    2. 15.4lb/7kg in weight.
  2. As cabin seat baggage by purchasing an extra seat for it, as long as it does not exceed (after packing): 
    1. 127cm in length x 45cm in width x 30cm in depth. 
    2. 88lb/40kg in weight.
  3. As checked baggage, as long as it does not exceed your free baggage allowance limit after packing.  

Oversized Musical Instruments. Singapore Airlines does not accept oversized musical instruments (cello, double bass, etc.) on board as cabin baggage. You can either check it in after packing it appropriately (in a hard case) or bring it on board by purchasing an extra seat for accommodating it. 

What to Do If Your Baggage is Delayed or Damaged

Delayed Baggage 

If your checked baggage has been delayed, you must lodge a report online or at the Lost and Found Office at the arrival airport. After you file your report, you will be given a 10-character File Reference Number that you can use for future correspondence. 

You can trace your baggage online via the baggage portal and receive email updates for up to 7 days. 

If your missing baggage cannot be located after 7 days
Damaged Baggage 

If you find that your checked baggage has arrived in a damaged condition, report it immediately to the Singapore Airlines’ staff at the airport. The staff will assess the damage, create a report, and pay for the damage if it qualifies for compensation. 

Singapore Airlines will not compensate you for minor damages such as dirt marks, cuts, scuffs, dents, or loss of or damage to handles, wheels, straps, pockets, and other protruding parts. It will also not cover damage to improperly packed articles or items contained in overstuffed bags. 

Singapore Airlines Liability for Lost and Damaged Bags

SQ’s liability for delayed, lost, or damaged checked luggage is limited to SDR 17 per kg per passenger or SDR 1,288 per passenger. This does not include damage to assistive devices, mobility aids, and wheelchairs, which typically qualify for higher compensation.

Singapore Airlines Liability for Assistive Devices, Mobility Aids, Mobility Aids, and Wheelchairs

If your mobility aid, assistive device, or wheelchair is damaged by Singapore Airlines, the criteria for calculating the loss on trips to/from the United States will be per the provisions of the U.S. Department of Transportation, as explained below. 

  • On domestic routes, you will be fully compensated for the loss or damage—regardless of any rule that limits the liability for lost or damaged baggage.
  • On international flights, you will be compensated per the provisions of the Montreal Convention for such items. If the Montreal Convention does not apply for some reason, the older Warsaw Convention treaty may apply.

How to Pay Your Baggage Fee on Singapore Airlines


Pay 48 hours in advance and get a 10% – 25% discount


If you’re carrying excess baggage, you can pay your baggage fee:

  • At the time of booking your flight
    • Online 
    • By phone
    • Through a Singapore Airlines sales office 
    • Through the Singapore Airlines mobile app
  • After booking your flight 
    • Online through Manage Booking
    • By phone 
    • Through a Singapore Airlines sales office 
    • Through the Singapore Airlines mobile app

(Pay at least 48 hours before departure to get a 10-25% discount)

  • During check-in
    (up to 6 hours before departure, after which you will be charged an excess baggage fee)

Excess, Overweight, and Oversized Baggage Fees 

If you’re carrying more baggage than your allowance permits—or if your bags exceed the size or weight restrictions—you will be charged additional baggage fees. 

  • For flights from/to the U.S., the additional baggage fee ranges from USD 120–350 per piece, based on the flight’s route. 
  • For flights from/to other routes, the additional baggage fee ranges from USD 8–56 per kg and is charged in 11lb/5kg increments.
Singapore Airlines Excess Baggage Fees—Weight Concept Flights(excluding flights to/from the United States)Online Fee | Airport Fee 
From/to (per kg)SingaporeBand 1Band 2Band 3Band 4
SingaporeUSD 3 | USD 4USD 6 | USD 8USD 15 | USD 20USD 21 | USD 28
Band 1Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Myanmar, Malaysia, Laos, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Brunei USD 3 | USD 4USD 6 | USD 8USD 9| USD 12USD 18 | USD 24USD24 | USD 32
Band 2South Asia (Sri Lanka, Nepal, Maldives, India, Bangladesh), Hong Kong, Taiwan, and ChinaUSD 6 | USD 8USD 9 | USD 12USD 12| USD 16USD 21 | USD 28USD 27 | USD 36
Band 3Australia, New Zealand, Korea, Japan, and the Middle EastUSD 15 | USD 20USD 18 | USD 24USD 21| USD 28USD 30 | USD 40USD 36 | USD 48
Band 4Europe, Russia (European part), and AfricaUSD 21 | USD 28USD 24 | USD 32USD27 | USD 36USD 36 | USD 48USD 42 | USD 56
Exception Sectors
Moscow – Stockholm,
Melbourne – Wellington
USD 9 | USD 12
Sydney – Canberra,
Cebu – Davao,
Yangon-Mandalay
USD 3 | USD 4
Excess Baggage Fees on Piece Concept FlightsTo/From USAOnline Fee | Airport Fee
Between USA and  Additional PieceOverweight PieceOversized Piece
Band 1 UK, Germany, Japan, Hong Kong, and parts of North America (direct flights)USD 120 | USD 150USD 80 | USD 100USD 80 | USD 100 
Band 2 SingaporeUSD 160 | USD 200USD 100 | USD 125USD 100 | USD 125
Band 3 Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines, Myanmar, Malaysia, Laos, Indonesia, Cambodia, Brunei, and the South Asian Subcontinent (Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Nepal, Maldives, India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan), South West PacificUSD 200 | USD 250USD 140 | USD 175USD 140 | USD 175
Band 4Countries outside of Bands 1 to 3USD 280 | USD 350USD 180 | USD 225USD 180 | USD 225
Other Routes
Singapore – Band 3USD 40 | USD 50USD 40 | USD 50USD 40 | USD 50
Band 5 Sectors Yangon – Mandalay, Cebu – Davao,
Moscow – Stockholm, Sydney – Canberra, Melbourne – Wellington
USD 40 | USD 50USD 40 | USD 50USD 40 | USD 50
OthersUSD 120 | USD 150USD 80 | USD 100USD 80 | USD 100
Additional pieces of baggage will not incur an overweight piece and oversized piece fee.

For more information or clarification, call +1-844-903-1897 or your local Singapore Airlines office.

These Credit Cards Will Reimburse You for Checked Baggage Fees

The following credit cards can reimburse your checked baggage fees:

Capital One VentureOne Rewards Credit Card No annual fee. Earn a 20k Mile Bonus by spending USD 500 in the first 3 months. Earn 1.25x Miles on any purchase.No expiry date for your Miles.Use your miles to pay all or part of your baggage fees and/or make other travel purchases. 
Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card USD 95 annual feeEarn 60k Miles by spending USD 3,000 in the first 3 months. Earn 2x miles on any purchase. Get up to USD 100 credit for TSA PreCheck or Global Entry.No foreign transaction fee.

Frequently Asked Questions on Singapore Airlines Baggage Allowance

If you’re flying to the United States, your baggage allowance is:

  • 2 bags of up to 50lb/23kg per passenger on Economy and Premium Economy Class.
  • 2 bags of up to 70lb/32kg per passenger on Business Class, First Class, and Suites.

On other routes (weight concept), there’s no limit on the number of bags you can carry.
The baggage allowance is:  

  • 66lb/30g per passenger on Economy Lite and Economy Standard Class. 
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on Economy Flexi Class.
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on Premium Economy Class.
  • 88lb/40kg per passenger on Business Class.
  • 110lb/50kg per passenger on Suites and First Class. 

Singapore Airlines allows you to bring 1 standard carry-on bag of up to 115cm/45.3in in combined linear dimensions plus 1 personal item of up to 40cm x 30cm x 10cm (15.7in x 11.8in x 3.9in).

Singapore Airlines’ carry-on baggage policy allows you to bring 1 standard carry-on bag weighing up to 15.4lb/7kg on Economy and Premium Economy Class. Business and First Class passengers are allowed to bring 2 carry-on bags weighing 15.4lb/7kg each.

If you’re flying to or from the United States, you can purchase additional bags for USD 120 – 350 per bag depending on your route. On other routes that operate on the weight concept, you will be charged on a per kilo basis in increments of 11lb/5kg, ranging from USD 8 – 56 per kilo.

If you’re travelling on a piece concept flight such as to/from the United States, you can purchase your excess baggage allowance in any of the 3 combinations: 

  1. Up to 2 extra pieces of baggage in addition to your free baggage allowance
  2. Up to 9kg for one or both baggage pieces of your free baggage allowance
  3. An oversized allowance for one or both pieces of your free baggage allowance. 

You can purchase any of the above-mentioned options once—either in advance or at the airport. 

The excess baggage charges on piece concept flights vary from USD 120 – 350 per bag, depending on your flight’s route, subject to a maximum of 2 additional bags. 

If you’re travelling on a weight concept flight, you can purchase additional baggage in increments of 11lb/5kg, up to a maximum of 220lb/100kg per passenger. The excess baggage fee ranges from USD 8 – 56 per kilo and is 10% – 25% cheaper if you purchase it at least 48 hours before departure directly through Singapore Airlines’ website (except for flights departing from India) or call center.

The Premium Economy baggage allowance on Singapore Airlines is:

  • 2 checked bags weighing up to 50lb/23kg per passenger on piece concept flights, such as those to the United States.
  • Any number of checked bags weighing up to 77lb/35kg per passenger on weight concept flights to any destination except the United States.

Singapore Airlines checked baggage allowance between Australia and a non-USA route is:

  • 66lb/30kg per passenger on Economy Lite and Economy Standard fares.
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on Economy Flexi and Premium Economy fares.
  • 88lb/40kg per passenger on Business Class fares.
  • 110lb/50kg per passenger on Suites and First Class fares.

You’re allowed to carry as many bags as you like, as long as you don’t exceed your weight limit.

Singapore Airlines’ cabin baggage allowance on Economy and Premium Economy Class is 1 piece of carry-on bag (handbag) and 1 personal item such as a briefcase, lady’s handbag, laptop, or briefcase. Passengers travelling on Suites, First Class, and Business Class can carry 2 carry-on bags and 1 personal item. 

The combined linear dimensions of the carry-on bag should not exceed 115cm/45in and its weight should not exceed 15.4lb/7kg. The personal item should not measure more than 40cm x 30cm x 10cm. 

The baggage allowance on Singapore Airlines for international flights will depend on your route and travel class. 

If you’re travelling to the United States, your checked baggage allowance is 2 bags weighing up to 50lb/23kg each on Economy and Premium Economy Class; 2 bags weighing up to 70lb/32kg each on Business Class, First Class, and Suites.

If you’re travelling on a non-US route, your baggage allowance is 66lb/30kg per passenger on Economy Lite and Economy Standard Class; 77lb/35kg per passenger on Economy Flexi and Premium Economy Class; 88lb/40kg on Business Class; and 110lb/50kg per passenger on Suites and First Class.

If you’re travelling to India from a non-US destination, your baggage allowance is:

  • 66lb/30kg on Economy Lite and Economy Standard Class.
  • 77lb/35kg per passenger on Economy Flexi and Premium Economy Class.
  • 88lb/40kg on Business Class.
  • 110lb/50kg on Suites and First Class.

Singapore Airlines baggage size is as follows:

  • Cabin Baggage Size
    • Size of carry-on (handbag) 115cm/45in
    • Size of personal item 40cm x 30cm x 10cm
  • Checked Baggage Size 
    • Max size of checked bag               158cm/62in

Singapore Airlines is quite strict with cabin baggage allowance. If you exceed your cabin baggage allowance by weight and/or size, you will have to check it in and may have to pay for excess baggage.

The infant baggage allowance on Singapore Airlines is as follows: 

  • Carry-on baggage allowance for infants
    • 13.2lb/6kg for infant food and amenities.
    • 15.4lb/7kg for other items incl. a light collapsible stroller, etc., which can also be checked in for free.
  • Checked baggage allowance for infants
    • On piece concept flights to/from the United States, the baggage allowance is 1 bag weighing up to 50lb/23kg on Economy and Premium Economy and 70lb/32kg on Business and First Class. 
    • On weight concept flights (i.e., all flights except to/from the United States), the checked baggage allowance for infants is 22lb/10kg plus a fully collapsible stroller/pushchair plus a carry-cot/car seat. 

That depends on your route and travel class. 

If you’re flying to or from the United States, you’re allowed to bring:

  • As cabin baggage: 2 pieces of hand baggage plus 1 personal item on Business Class, First Class, and Suites; and 1 piece of hand baggage plus 1 personal item on Premium Economy and Economy Class. The size of the hand baggage must not exceed 115cm/45in in total dimensions and 15.4lb/7kg in weight. The personal item should not exceed 40cm x 30cm x 10cm.
    • As checked baggage: 2 bags weighing up to 50lb/23kg each on Economy and Premium Economy Class; and 2 bags weighing up to 70lb/32kg each on Business Class, First Class, and Suites.

If you’re travelling on a non-US route, you can carry: 

  • As cabin baggage: 2 pieces of hand baggage plus 1 personal item on Business Class, First Class, and Suites; and 1 piece of hand baggage plus 1 personal item on Premium Economy and Economy Class. The size of the hand baggage must not exceed 115cm/45in in total dimensions and 15.4lb/7kg in weight. The personal item should not exceed 40cm x 30cm x 10cm.
  • As checked baggage. 66lb/30kg on Economy Lite and Economy Standard Class; 77lb/35kg on Economy Flexi and Premium Economy Class; 88lb/40kg on Business Class; and 110lb/50kg on Suites and First Class.

Singapore Airlines baggage allowance for Australia is 88lb/40kg if you’re enrolled at an eligible university. If you’re flying to or from the United States, you can carry up to 3 pieces of baggage.

The carry-on baggage allowance on Singapore Airlines is as follows:

  • On Business Class, First Class, and Suites: 2 pieces of hand baggage plus 1 personal item
  • On Premium Economy and Economy Class: 1 piece of hand baggage plus 1 personal item. 

The size of the hand baggage should not be more than 115cm/45in (L + W + H) and it should not weigh more than 15.4lb/7kg. The personal item should not measure more than 40cm x 30cm x 10cm.

You’re allowed to carry: 

  • As carry-on baggage (all flights): Up to 2 pieces of hand baggage plus 1 personal item on Business Class, First Class, and Suites; and 1 piece of hand baggage plus 1 personal item on Premium Economy and Economy Class. The weight of the handbag must not exceed 15.4lb/7kg and its size should not be more than 115cm/45in in combined linear dimensions. The size of the personal item should not exceed 40cm x 30cm x 10cm.
  • As checked baggage on piece concept flights to/from the USA: You can carry:
    • 2 bags x 50lb/23kg each on Economy and Premium Economy Class.
      (plus up to 2 additional bags if you pay the excess baggage charges).
    • 2 bags x 70lb/32kg each on Business Class, Suites, and First Class.
      (plus up to 2 additional bags if you pay the excess baggage charges). 

PPS Club members can carry 100% extra baggage in all classes, and KrisFlyer Elite Gold Club and Star Alliance Gold Club members can bring 1 extra bag in all classes.

  • As checked baggage on weight concept flights (all flights except those to/from the United States), you can carry:
    • 66lb/30kg on Economy Lite and Economy Standard Class.
      (plus up to 220lb/100kg as additional baggage if you pay the excess baggage charges).
    • 77lb/35kg on Economy Flexi and Premium Economy Class.
      (plus up to 220lb/100kg as additional baggage if you pay the excess baggage charges).
    • 88lb/40kg on Business Class.
      (plus up to 220lb/100kg as additional baggage if you pay the excess baggage charges).
    • 110lb/50kg on Suites and First Class.
      (plus up to 220lb/100kg as additional baggage if you pay the excess baggage charges).

PPS Club members can carry 100% extra baggage in all classes except Economy Flexi (66lb/30kg extra), and KrisFlyer Elite Gold Club and the Star Alliance Gold Club members can carry extra baggage of 44lb/20kg in all classes.

Singapore Airlines is quite strict with baggage allowance and will charge you for any baggage you carry in addition to your free baggage allowance. 

If you’re flying to or from the United States on a piece concept flight, Singapore Airlines’ baggage allowance is limited to 2 pieces of baggage, subject to a weight limit of 50lb/23kg or 70lb/32kg, depending on your travel class.

Singapore Airlines’ baggage allowance is 30kg/66lb on Economy Lite Class and Economy Standard Class fares (on non-US routes). 

Singapore Airlines baggage allowance for students enrolled in eligible universities is 88lb/40kg on weight concept flights and up to 3 pieces of checked bags on piece concept flights to/from the United States.

Singapore Airlines’ baggage allowance from India to Singapore is: 

  • 66lb/30kg on an Economy Lite or Economy Standard Class fare. 
  • 77lb/35kg on an Economy Flexi or Premium Economy Class fare.
  • 88lb/40kg on a Business Class fare.
  • 110lb/50kg on a Suites or First Class fare.

If you’re a PPS Club member, you’re allowed to carry 100% extra baggage in all classes excluding Economy Flexi (66lb/30kg extra). If you’re a KrisFlyer Elite Gold Club or a Star Alliance Gold Club member, you can carry 44lb/20kg of extra baggage in all classes.

Singapore Airlines baggage allowance on Premium Economy Class is 2 bags of up to 50lb/23kg each on flights to/from the United States. On all other flights, the baggage allowance on Premium Economy Class is 77lb/35kg per passenger. 

Singapore Airlines baggage allowance for South Africa (if you’re not flying from the United States) is:

  • 66lb/30kg on an Economy Lite or Economy Standard Class fare. 
  • 77lb/35kg on an Economy Flexi or Premium Economy Class fare.
  • 88lb/40kg on a Business Class fare.
  • 110lb/50kg on a Suites or First Class fare.

Singapore Airlines’ child baggage allowance (checked baggage) is the same as that for an adult travelling in the same travel class.

Singapore Airlines US baggage allowance is: 

  • 2 bags of up to 50lb/23kg each on Economy and Premium Economy Class.
  • 2 bags of up to 70lb/32kg each on Business Class, Suites, and First Class. 

If you’re a PPS Club member, you can bring 100% extra baggage in all classes. If you’re a KrisFlyer Elite Gold Club or a Star Alliance Gold Club member, you can carry 1 extra bag in all classes.

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