If you’re traveling in SAS Go, SAS Plus or SAS Business, you can check in one or more bags free. The number and weight of your checked bags depends on the type of ticket you’re traveling on and your EuroBonus level.
If you need to check in extra or overweight bags, you can buy extra baggage in advance.
- You can save up to 40% by buying extra baggage when you book at flysas.com or a travel agency, or when you check in online. You can also buy extra baggage at the airport for a higher price.
- If your bags are heavier than the baggage included in your ticket, you can buy extra baggage at the airport.
Baggage that is odd size, heavy or requires special handling, such as weapons, is considered special baggage. And some special baggage must be booked in advance.
To book special baggage up to 24 hours before departure, use the form below. If your flight departs within 24 hours, please call SAS Sales & Service. For trips booked via a travel agent, contact the agency for help.
More information about special baggage is included under Types of special baggage.
- You can bring special baggage items as part of the checked baggage included in your ticket. As long as the item fits within the baggage included in your ticket, you won’t need to pay anything extra. If it does not, you will need to buy extra baggage.
- To check in your special baggage, just pick up bag tags at the airport as usual and drop off your bag at the special baggage counter.
- Please note that if you are continuing your trip on another airline, other rules and regulations may apply. More information about baggage is available on the airline’s website.
- Cargo capacity can vary depending on the type of aircraft. For this reason, carriage of special baggage is subject to availability.
The US Department of Homeland Security is implementing enhanced security measures, both seen and unseen, at all last-point-of-departure airports in 105 countries around world. The enhanced security measures are both seen and unseen; however, travelers flying to the United States may experience additional screening of their person and property. There are no changes to items allowed in carry-on and checked baggage. The enhanced security measures include but are not limited to:
- Enhancing overall traveler screening
- Conducting heightened screening of personal electronic devices
- Increasing security protocols around aircraft and in passenger areas
- Deploying advanced technology, expanding canine screening and establishing additional preclearance locations
For more information, please see: Fact Sheet - Aviation Enhanced Security Measures for All Commercial Flights to the United States
We always do our best to help you transport whatever you need on your trip. In some situations, cargo is the best solution if:
- You are traveling with dangerous goods.
- You are traveling with odd size, fragile or valuable items.
- You are traveling to/from Great Britain and Ireland with baggage weighing more than 32 kg/71 lbs.
If your bag is delayed, we’ll do our best to get it to you as soon as possible. Normally, 95% of all delayed baggage is located within 24 hours.
- If your bag is delayed, you need to file a report by informing one of our representatives or using our self-service reporting desks at SAS Arrival Service at the airport.
- When you file a report, you’ll get a reference number (e.g. ARNSK12345) that you can use to track the status of your bag online.
- We’ll keep you updated on the status of your bag, contact you once we’ve located it and arrange for delivery.
- You can also file a report up to 7 days after arrival by contacting SAS Arrival Service.
Normally, 95% of all delayed baggage is located within 24 hours. In the unlikely event that your bag has been missing for 21 days, you can submit a claim for lost baggage.
- If you have travel insurance, it’s a good idea to explore this option first. Our liability for lost baggage, as for all other international airline carriers, is limited by international regulations and guidelines and can be found in our general conditions of carriage
We always do our best to take care of your belongings. In the unlikely event that your bag is damaged during handling, you can file a report and submit a claim for compensation after the damage is detected.
- You must file a report at SAS Arrival Service immediately upon receiving your bag and show the damage that has been detected.
- If you detect damage after you’ve left the airport, you can file a report and submit a claim by contacting SAS Arrival Service by phone up to 7 days after arrival.
- If you have travel insurance, it’s a good idea to explore this option first. Our liability for damaged baggage, as for all other international airline carriers, is limited by international regulations and guidelines and can be found in our general conditions of carriage.