Baggage

Information is available here on baggage, including carry-on baggage, checked baggage, and baggage requiring special attention.

Examples of Baggage Requiring Special Attention

Certain items of baggage are prohibited (dangerous goods) or face restrictions upon being checked in or carried on board. Please check the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), Japan website before you travel for further information.

Items Which Cannot Be Checked In or Carried on Board (examples) Explosives, fireworks/sparklers, highly combustible or flammable items (gas bottles for camping or household use, lighter fuel, canned oxygen for sports use, bleaching agents, insecticides, agrochemicals), corrosive substances, and items which may place the aircraft, passengers, and/or cargo in danger
Items Which Cannot Be Carried On Board (examples) Firearms, swords, cutlery (e.g., scissors, knives), tools, ice skates, golf clubs, bats, and other items that could be used as weapons
Other Sweet potato, Japanese morning glory, etc., from Okinawa Prefecture or the Amami Islands (excluding items which have undergone official disinfection), and uninspected citrus saplings or scions from Okinawa Prefecture

Checked Baggage

Please check in your baggage no later than 20 minutes before the departure time of your flight.

  • If you do so after this time, you may be unable to board your flight.

■Baggage Permitted for Check-in

Baggage meeting the following conditions can be checked in.

Baggage Permitted for Check-in
Weight
  • Up to 20 kg per person free of charge (not including carry-on baggage).
    Baggage weight in excess of 20 kg up to 100 kg will require the separate payment of an excess baggage charge.
  • Up to 32 kg per piece of baggage*1
  • Maximum total weight of 100 kg
Size Total linear dimensions not exceeding 203 cm*2
Number of pieces No restrictions.
However, baggage cannot exceed the weight and size restrictions.
  • *1 Pieces of baggage in excess of 32 kg can be checked in if the total weight does not exceed 100 kg. Please contact the Reservation and Customer Service Center before you travel.
  • *2 Size includes accessories (e.g., handles, and wheels).
    Please contact the Reservation and Service Center before you travel if you wish to check in large items of baggage with total linear dimensions in excess of 203 cm. Please note that we may be unable to accept such items due to limited cargo space.

■Excess Baggage Charge

The excess baggage charges below will apply for baggage weight in excess of 20 kg up to 100 kg. (Weights are rounded down to the nearest kg.)

Excess weight 1–10 kg 11–20kg 21–30kg Each additional 10 kg
Flat rate for all routes JPY 2,500 JPY 3,500 JPY 4,500 +JPY 1,000
  • Passengers with domestic connections should present tickets to their final destination at an ANA baggage drop counter.
    Baggage can be checked in for a maximum of 3 sectors.
  • We may be unable to accept large items of baggage such as skis, surfboards, and golf bags due to limited cargo space. For more information, please contact the Reservation and Service Center.
  • Even when within the above guidelines, we may be unable to accept your baggage depending on the other items of baggage that are being loaded.

■Checked Baggage Requiring Special Attention

Valuables/Breakables
Please do not place the following items inside your checked baggage: Cash, valuables, jewelry, marketable securities, high-value items (e.g., works of art), watches, cameras, computers, alcoholic beverages, breakables (e.g., glassware). The indemnity limit per passenger for baggage and personal effects whose value was not declared is JPY 150,000. If the actual value exceeds JPY 150,000, please consult with airport staff upon carrying out boarding procedures regarding excess value charges.
Please note that we cannot accept responsibility upon regular baggage handling for damage arising from inherent baggage flaws such as damage or deterioration from excess weight and/or volume; loss of or damage to protruding parts such as detachable wheels, straps, hooks, name tags, or belts; or minor damage (scratches, cuts, dents, or grime).
Electronic Devices Containing Lithium Batteries
In accordance with instructions from the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan, safety precautions are required upon the transport of portable and medical electronic devices containing lithium batteries in the cargo compartment, as these devices are at risk of catching fire in a non-visible location. Please do the following upon checking in portable electronic devices containing lithium batteries.
Devices using lithium ion or lithium metal batteries, and spare batteries for such devices, are subject to the following handling.
Conditions Carry-on Baggage Checked Baggage Quantity Permitted
(per person)
Electronic devices Devices containing metal batteries with a lithium content of no more than 2 g * -
Devices containing lithium ion batteries with a watt-hour rating of no more than 160 Wh * -
Spare batteries
(including mobile batteries)
Spare lithium metal batteries with a lithium content of no more than 2 g -
Spare lithium ion batteries with a watt-hour rating of no more than 100 Wh -
Spare lithium ion batteries with a watt-hour rating of over 100 Wh and no more than 160 Wh 2 batteries
Electronic devices
Conditions: Devices containing metal batteries with a lithium content of no more than 2 g
Carry-on Baggage
Checked Baggage *
Quantity Permitted
(per person)
-
Conditions: Devices containing lithium ion batteries with a watt-hour rating of no more than 160 Wh
Carry-on Baggage
Checked Baggage *
Quantity Permitted
(per person)
-
Spare batteries
(including mobile batteries)
Conditions: Spare lithium metal batteries with a lithium content of no more than 2 g
Carry-on Baggage
Checked Baggage
Quantity Permitted
(per person)
-
Conditions: Spare lithium ion batteries with a watt-hour rating of no more than 100 Wh
Carry-on Baggage
Checked Baggage
Quantity Permitted
(per person)
-
Conditions: Spare lithium ion batteries with a watt-hour rating of over 100 Wh and no more than 160 Wh
Carry-on Baggage
Checked Baggage
Quantity Permitted
(per person)
2個
  • Device must be powered down completely. (Devices must not be in Sleep mode.)
  • Protect the device by placing it in a sturdy suitcase or wrapping it in items of clothing or similar.

■Self-service Baggage Drop Machines (ANA Baggage Drop)

Check in your baggage easily without having to wait in line at the counter.

  • Available to passengers using the SKiP Service or those who have completed boarding procedures.
[Available at] New Chitose and Fukuoka airports
<How to Use>
  • (1)Place your baggage inside the self-service baggage drop machine.
    • Items of baggage must be checked in individually. When checking in multiple items, please do so 1 item at a time.
  • (2)Scan your 2D barcode on the reader on the top right of the machine.
  • (3)Attach the baggage tag printed out to your item of baggage.
  • (4)The door will close automatically. Take your baggage claim tag to complete the process.
Self-service Baggage Drop Machines (ANA Baggage Drop)

Carry-on Baggage

There are restrictions concerning the types of baggage that can be carried on board.

■Permitted Carry-on Baggage Size

Aside from personal effects, the following baggage is permitted for carry on.

Permitted Carry-on Baggage Size
Weight Up to 10 kg
Size Total linear dimensions not exceeding 100 cm (up to 45 cm x 35 cm x 20 cm*)
Number of pieces 1
  • * Includes accessories (e.g., handles, and wheels).
  • On-board stowage space is limited due to the small aircraft type operated by IBEX Airlines. Please note that cabin space is limited, and that baggage which cannot be stored in the cabin, even if it has passed the security inspection for being within the size limits stipulated above, may require to be checked in at the boarding gate and loaded into the cargo compartment as checked baggage.
  • Baggage inspection machines are equipped with a gauge to check the size. Baggage which exceeds the carry-on baggage size limits should be checked in at an ANA baggage drop counter.

■Carry-on Baggage Requiring Special Attention

Baggage Which Cannot Be Carried on Board
Items judged to have the potential to be used as weapons (e.g., scissors, tools), ice skates, bats, golf clubs, kickboards, ski wax, sprays, and knives cannot be carried on board under any circumstances.
Those in possession of any restricted carry-on items should put them in their checked baggage or discard them in the abandoned property box at security before departure or similar.
Electronic and Smokeless Tobacco
The use of smoking substitutes that do not use fire, such as electronic and smokeless tobacco, is prohibited on board out of consideration for other passengers as it may lead to misunderstanding and cause discomfort. (This also applies to items not containing nicotine or tar which emit odors or steam.)
Lighters and Matches
One cigarette lighter (liquid gas lighter/oil lighter containing absorbent material) or box of safety matches can be brought on board.
However, these should be on your person (e.g., in your pocket) as putting them in your carry-on baggage may lead to the outbreak of fire in an non-visible location. Please make sure not to leave them in the cabin.
  • Lighters containing oil tanks, cigar lighters, and premixed lighters (those producing a powerful blue flame) cannot be carried on board or checked in.
Please check the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), Japan website before you travel for further information.

■Stowing Your Baggage

Please stow your baggage under the seat in front of you or in the overhead compartments.
Passengers sitting in the very front row/exit row seats are requested to stow all of their baggage in the overhead compartments.
Leaving baggage in a location where it might hinder an emergency evacuation, such as in the vicinity of the exit row seats, is prohibited by law.

Stowing Your Baggage

■Musical Instruments

Musical instruments with total linear dimensions not exceeding 100 cm can be carried on board. Please stow them in the overhead compartments.

Musical Instruments
  • Double basses cannot be carried on board or checked in.
Passengers Wishing to Carry Musical Instruments on Board that Exceed the Stipulated Size
You can pay a special passenger fee to purchase a seat to which to secure the instrument.
  • It may be possible to load instruments that cannot be safely secured to seats into the cargo compartment as checked baggage.

■Use of Electronic Devices on Board

The on-board use of the devices stipulated in the MLIT Notice is prohibited and punishable by law with a maximum fine of JPY 500,000.

Please see Electronic Devices for details.

■Passengers with Cell Phones that Require Particular Caution (e.g., cell phones for children)

If the cell phone turns on periodically to send the position or similar even when turned off, please use the function to completely turn it off before boarding, or undo this setting and turn off the main power.
For details, please see Passengers with Cell Phones that Require Particular Caution (e.g., cell phones for children).

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