Excess Baggage Rates Domestic Flights

#1 Sep 16th, 2011, 04:55
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Hello,

Does anyone know what the excess baggage rates are for Kingfisher domestic flights? I will be flying from Delhi to Jaipur with the 30kg of luggage that my Emirates flight will allow me. However, the Kingfisher website seems to allow only 20kg for domestic flights. The excess baggage info on the website says that excess baggage rates vary "from sector to sector". Does anyone have any experience of this?

Thanks in advance
#2 Sep 16th, 2011, 10:05
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For Delhi-Mumbai, they charge Rs 200 per kilo. You can safely assume a similar rate for Delhi-Jaipur.
Go Air is cheaper by 50%.

But if you domestic flight is more of an domestic transfer, then you might be able to get them to waive it for you.
In any case the max you will end up paying is about Rs 2000.

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If you are arriving from international it does get waived off. Just do not rip off the present transfer tag which would have been pre-attached to the baggage.
It will be good idea to call up kingfisher customer care center too to verify the same. In my case the international flight was also by Kingfisher itself, so its better to be sure that it was not an exception.
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Thanks very much. I will follow your advice and check with Kingfisher
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Thanks for your reply; that's quite a lot for the excess actually but flying is still less hassle than the train I suppose!
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Originally Posted by Caterina View Post Thanks for your reply; that's quite a lot for the excess actually but flying is still less hassle than the train I suppose!
If you think thats a lot, just take a look at how much the excess would be on your international flight.
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I know - Emirates charges a fortune per kilo!! I shall count myself lucky

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