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Declared value baggage

These are items you should declare at check-in because they have a special value.

Declared value baggage

It is important to consider 3 factors when checking in.

You should go to the valuation control with plenty of time.

The contents you are declaring should exceed 1,131 special drawing rights (€1,200).

If you combine the trip with other companies they should all accept the baggage's valuation.

You should check in before the recommended time to start the control process, which includes:

  • Opening your baggage.

  • Checking the existence of the objects you wish to value.

  • Formalising the excess baggage ticket document.

  • Locking your baggage closed.

The content of the baggage is valued at:

  • 1,131 special drawing rights (equivalent to approximately €1,200).

  • USD 5,000 maximum declaration per passenger.


Surcharges: The percentage to be paid for the declared value for the passenger is 5 per 1,000 and an excess baggage ticket has to be issued.

Valued baggage carried on different companies should be validated by all the airlines that take part in the process.

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