Do I have to pay baggage fees for every airline?
So im traveling to Korea through multiple airlines, Frontier to stop 1, frontier to stop 2 and asiana to korea. and then when i come back its asiana to stop 1, united airlines to stop 2, and the united airlines back to atlanta.
- potatochipLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
For Frontier you might have to pay for checked bags but can ask if they can be waived since it is an international flight. Asiana should allow the first 2 checked bags to fly free. On the way back, it is the same. Then with United, just tell them it is an international flight and they should allow the checked bags to fly for free as well.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Well, you will have to pay on frontier for any checked baggage. On Asiana, you get 2 checked bags for free. Assuming you didn't book a thru flight on the return ticket, ie from seoul to your final destination on either asiana or united as they are codeshare partners, then when you get back to the states, youll have to pay on united. So, basically, if your asiana ticket is only to and from seoul, then you'll have to pay for the other legs
- 4 years ago
you may convey one carry-on length bag and one own merchandise, like a computing gadget bag for loose. you do no longer take the battery off the computing gadget. For checked luggage, the regulations are desperate by using the place you're flying from and to. See internet site under , click on "checked luggage , and fill in the archives and it provides you with the regulations for checked luggage. in case you do no longer comprehend it, call them. on the same website click instantaneous that declares 'limited and prohibited products' to get the beverages regulations. Everthing you desire is on that website.