Your baggage considered as special baggage when it exceeds measurement 158 cm in total. Special baggage is, for example, children’s strollers, sport equipment, musical instruments, wheelchairs and other odd sized items.
You can bring special baggage on SAS – but our allocation is limited.
The earlier you make a request – the better the chances to secure space for your special baggage. All requested special baggage need to be confirmed before departure.
If you need to add special baggage and your flight departs within 24 hours, please contact Customer Service.
Different rules apply for special baggage on charter flights with SAS. Contact your tour operator well before departure to report your special baggage as transport is subject to availability.
Size and weight limits
A bag that exceeds measurement 158 cm (length + width + height) , including handles and wheels is considered special baggage.
Maximum weight: 32 kg
You can bring musical instruments on SAS flights as carry-on or checked baggage if it fits within your baggage allowance.
Find more details about musical instruments.
If you are traveling with an infant or a child, age 2–11, you can check in a stroller/pram and child safety seat/car seat in addition to the baggage included in the ticket, free of charge.
Stroller and pram
Strollers/prams that are two-piece models must be packed in two parts.
When checking in a stroller and/or a child safety seat you have to use a plastic bag or a suitable protective hard case to protect it. We recommend that you use a hard case to avoid any potential damage. Nothing else is allowed to be packed in the same plastic bag/case.
The check-in and pick up point for strollers and child safety seats differ between airports. At some airports they are checked in at the same bag drop/check-in desk as other bags, and at some airports you need to drop them off at the desk for special baggage. Ask at the airport.
Child safety seat onboard
If you want your infant, under age two, to sit in a child safety seat onboard, you have to book a child ticket. The child safety seat is secured to the seat next to yours. It can either be forward-facing or rear-facing. To reserve a seat for a child safety seat, please contact Customer Service.
You can bring your sports equipment – but our allocation is limited. Make a reservation as soon as possible, and no later than 24 hours before departure.
Find more details about sports equipment.
Notification and prior approval required
It is allowed to bring hunting and sporting weapons as checked in baggage, such weapons must be requested and approved in advance. Carriage of weapons are subject to an additional fee that you pay at the airport.
You can request carriage of weapons up to 24 hours before departure. If your flight departs within 24 hours, please call Customer Service. If you booked your trip through a travel agent, contact the agency for help.
Requirements to transporting firearms and ammunition
You have a valid firearm license.
The weapon is not loaded.
When possible, the weapon has been disassembled and each piece packed in separate bags that are checked in.
Ammunition is classified as dangerous goods and must be shipped in its original packaging that protects against strong impact.
Ammunition must be packed in a separate piece of checked baggage and not in the same bag as the weapon.
You can bring up to 5 kg of ammunition.
If you travel from Italy, the Italian authorities requires ammunition to be securely packed in a separate lockable, solid/rigid container. Spare ammunition in regular baggage is not allowed.
You have to check in at least two hours before departure to complete the necessary paperwork and security checks. You should also allow additional time for changing flights at other airports. When you arrive at your destination, contact SAS Arrival Service or a management agent to arrange for delivery of your weapon.
You can always bring a wheelchair free of charge on SAS flights. Book your wheelchair at least 48 hours before departure.