IATA regulations and in various airports we operate prohibits
the acceptance of bags that weighs more than 32kgs per single piece, into or out
of or via International Airports. This, however, does not affect the free baggage
allowance, but helps in better distribution of weight.This restriction is due to
health and safety reasons, is imposed at most airports, by either the airport authorities
or by the ground handling companies. On the DAALLO Airlines network these restrictions
are imposed at United Kingdom (Gatwick), France and Dubai UAE, Kenya.
Handicapped passengers' additional allowance:
One fully collapsible wheelchair and/or a pair of crutches/braces may be carried
free, if the passenger is dependent on them. These items will have to be loaded
in the aircraft hold. A seeing-eye dog/hearing dog escorting blind/deaf passengers
must be loaded in the hold in kennels and will not be permitted in the cabin. Special
arrangements must be made during ticketing and booking of flight.
Sports Equipment Scuba diving equipment:
In addition to the normal checked baggage allowances, an additional 10kgs of scuba
diving equipment may be carried free of charge to any DAALLO Airlines online destination.
The diving equipment will normally consist of diving suits, flippers, masks, snorkels,
buoyancy control devices, etc. Air bottles are allowed.Baggage in excess of this
and for interline sectors will be charged at normal excess baggage rates. This applies
to all passengers and all classes. Check the baggage allowance against the appropriate
Sporting weapons and ammunition:
These are weapons designed for sporting purposes such as target pistols and rifles/air
guns/safari rifles/hunting rifles etc. Weapons, firearms and their ammunitions can
be carried in and as checked baggage only and under the following conditions:
- The firearm must be unloaded, i.e. free of ammunition (bullets).
- If possible, the firearm must be dismantled and packed inside a suitcase or in a
standard gun case.
- The maximum gross weight of the ammunition must not exceed five (5) Kgs per passenger.
When passengers travel in groups, the ammunition for the entire group must not be
packed in one package or suitcase. It must be packed separately, not exceeding five
(5) Kgs per bag/suitcase.
- The ammunition must be securely packed in a sealed and strong box and the box must
be packed inside a suitcase and surrounded by other contents.
- The suitcase containing ammunition must not bear an ‘Explosive’ label.
Carriage of arms/ammunition and travelling on DAALLO Airlines:
Passengers who wish to travel with arms/ammunition on DAALLO Airlines as checked
baggage, must get prior clearance from the Ministry of Defense and Customs of the
destination. To obtain this - passengers must liaise directly with the government
departments and receive a no objection certificate to be produced at the time of
Carriage of arms/ammo and transiting:
For transfer and transit passengers who are connecting to onward flights beyond
any transit point, a prior clearance has to be obtained from the Airport Police
department and from Department of Civil Aviation (DCA).
In addition to normal free excess baggage allowance, one set of golfing equipment
per passenger consisting of a set of clubs and a pair of golf shoes, will be carried
free, on all DAALLO Airlines sectors. This applies to all classes. Where the journey
involves interline travel, carriage on the DAALLO Airlines sector(s) will be free,
while charges on the other airlines' sector(s) will be as per the standard IATA
procedure, if the golf bag is in excess of the permissible free baggage allowance.
A second set of golf equipment will be charged at normal excess baggage charges,
if it exceeds the baggage allowance. Please ensure that the golf bag is suitable
for travel in the cargo hold i.e. it should have a closed bag cover that protects
Dangerous Goods are articles or substances that may pose health and safety hazards
to the aircraft or its passengers. Dangerous Goods are also referred to as restricted
articles, hazardous materials and dangerous cargo. Transportation of such goods
is primarily regulated by Civil Aviation Regulations. Goods falling under the category
of Dangerous Goods are not allowed in passenger or crew-checked baggage or cabin
baggage, except as mentioned in the table below.
A guide to Dangerous Goods:
Transportation of Dangerous Goods:
All Dangerous Goods must be declared or unpacked prior to take-off. Dangerous Goods
are not allowed in carry-on or checked baggage, except as indicated in the table
above. Passengers intending to transport these goods must appropriately pack, label
and provide documentation for them.