How can I carry non-standard baggage such as an odd-sized item or an item that provides special assistance?
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Over Sized / Odd-Sized Items
If you wish to carry an oversized item on board, which will fit safely in a seat, you must purchase an additional seat on that flight, subject to availability and applicable fares. However, IndiGo reserves the right to refuse carrying of any large item(s) which we feel may present a safety risk.
Special Assistance Items
A Passenger requiring a fully collapsible wheelchair and / or a pair of crutches and / or braces or other prosthetic device may board such items as Cabin Baggage, provided that the passenger is dependent upon them. In case of fragile items IndiGo has limited liability.
What items are considered as special baggage and how can I carry them?
The following items are considered as Special Baggage: Sports/Skiing equipment Golf bags Bicycles Surf boards LCD and LED TVs of size more than 9... Read More...
The following items are considered as Special Baggage:
LCD and LED TVs of size more than 99.06 cms (size up to 81.28 cm for ex-Riyadh flights)
Other large and/or odd-sized items, including cartons, whose dimensions (L+W+H) exceed 158 cms
IndiGo will levy a fee of INR 1200 (or equivalent in foreign currency) for Domestic flights and INR 2500 (or equivalent in foreign currency) for International flights , for any Special Baggage that is submitted as Checked Baggage. This fee will be applied over and above any Excess Baggage charges that might be applicable.
Jewelry: IndiGo does not hold any liability on carrying cash or jewellery but it is subject to clearance by the airport regulatory authorities.
Musical Instruments: Carriage of musical instruments is allowed in our Domestic and International flights at no additional cost. Guitars, if packed in soft cases, can be carried in hand baggage, however, other instruments have to be properly packed and can be carried in Check-in baggage only.