Qatar Airways is increasing its checked luggage allowance for all passengers from September 1st, ahead of the airway's entry into the oneworld alliance later this year.
Business class travellers will see their limit raised from 30kg to 40kg while first class lifts from 40kg to 50kg; in economy, the allowance bumps up from 23kg to 30kg.
Members of Qatar's Privilege Club frequent flyer scheme "will continue to enjoy excess baggage allowance in addition to the new increased baggage allowance", the airline says.
However, tip the scales further and you'll be up for higher excess baggage fees.
Qatar hasn't revealed how large that hike will be, promising to publish the details in September, but "passengers will be able to purchase excess baggage at discounted rates of up to 20% on qatarairways.com."
The number of bags remains the same, of course, and the increases don't apply to destinations where checked luggage is counted on a per-piece rather than per-weight basis.
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