Cabin baggage allowances on an Emirates flight will depend on your fare:
Economy: customers are permitted one piece of carry-on baggage, either a handbag or laptop bag, that may not exceed 55 x 38 x 20cm and must weigh no more than 7kg.
First Class and Business Class customers are allowed up to two pieces of carry-on baggage: one briefcase plus either one handbag or one garment bag. The briefcase must not exceed dimensions of 45 x 35 x 20 cm and the handbag must not exceed dimensions of 55 x 38 x 20cm; garment bags can't be more than 20cm thick when folded. The weight of each individual piece may not exceed 7kg.
Passengers travelling with infants can bring a carrycot or a collapsible stroller if there is room in the cabin if not, the item can be checked into the hold free of charge.
Note: For customers boarding in India, you are only allowed one piece of carry-on baggage. The size of the carry-on baggage must not exceed 115 cm or 45.3 inches (length + width + height).
Note: For all flights departing from Brazil customers can carry up to 10kg of cabin baggage.
A passenger’s checked baggage allowance on an Emirates flight will depend on your fare type and the route you are travelling.
The weight limits listed below applies to all routes, excluding travel to and from destinations in the Americas and travel originating in Africa:
Economy Class - Special - 15kg
Economy Class - Saver - 25kg
Economy Class - Flex - 30kg
Economy Class - Flex Plus - 5kg
Business Class - 40kg
First Class - 50kg
Emirates baggage excess charges will depend on your fare and also your destination. Emirates do provide an online baggage calculator to help you determine your excess baggage costs. The prices displayed can vary based on a number of factors, such as route, time of flight, season etc.