Baggage Allowance of International Cheapest Flights

The capital city of Britain, London is renowned as a world-class international tourist destination dotted with many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 5-star accommodation options, restaurants and shopping malls. Famed as the best street fashion shopping market in Europe, the city is flocked by millions of international travellers every year. If you are one of those shopaholics, then this place should be your next holiday destination. Choosing from various international cheapest flights to London is just a few minutes job, as many leading airline and travel portals offer special packages including air tickets, accommodation and local travelling facility.

As Britain is a hub of non-resident Indians (NRIs), there are many airlines and tour planners who offer discounted fares to several destinations across this country, especially to London. Even British Airways operates many flights from major Indian cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Jaipur, Goa and Pune. There are many direct Bangalore to London flights for travellers from the southern part of India to this British capital.

Baggage Allowance

The city is added in the travel routes of all leading airlines, including its own British Airways. Travellers who are contemplating a journey with this airline are suggested to read British Airways baggage allowance, check-in options and other details carefully. As a holiday destination comprises shopping for loved ones, the airline offers a generous hand and checked baggage allowance that varies according to the cabin class chosen. Though, passengers are usually allowed to carry 23kg (51lb) weight onboard, the airline also has size restrictions. The airline also has special arrangements for delicate musical instruments and sport equipment, such as surfboards and skis, which are in most cases are allowed to be taken as part of free baggage allowance. So, plan a tour to this global city soon for a wonderful holiday experience with family and friends.

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