Check Baggage Policy
The Southwest Airlines Baggage Policy aims to ensure you are well-informed and equipped with all the necessary information about your luggage, from the time of packing to the end of your journey. These guidelines vary depending on factors such as ticket type, selected cabin class, and your loyalty status with Southwest Airlines.
Southwest Airlines baggage policy for checked baggage specifies the number of bags, the weight and the size limit allowed on the flight, and the baggage fees. These factors can vary based on the passenger's itinerary and fare class.
Southwest carry-on rules allow passengers to bring one personal item and a carry-on bag on the plane. The personal item and carry-on bag must follow the following restrictions:
Note: The measurements for seat dimensions differ based on the type of seat and aircraft. The length, width, and height indicated the smallest available Southwest carry-on size underneath the seat.
Important Notes: Baggage that exceeds the weight limit of 50 pounds and the size limit of 62 inches will incur additional fees
|No. of bags||Fee (each way)|
|3+||$75 USD each|
The Southwest Airlines baggage fees for overweight and oversized luggage depend on your destination. If your bag is oversized and overweight, more than one fee may apply.
Southwest Airlines charges a fee of $75 for oversized bags.
Southwest Airlines charges a fee of $75 for overweight bags.
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