GENERAL AIRLINE BAGGAGE RULE
The maximum weight limit per single bag is 32 kilograms for business class and 23 kilograms for economy class on all flights. The infant baggage allowance is 10 kilograms.
1 piece = 1 bag weighing a maximum of 23 kilograms each
2 piece = 2 bags weighing a maximum of 23 kilograms each
1 piece = 1 bag weighing a maximum of 32 kilograms each
2 piece = 2 bags weighing a maximum of 32 kilograms each
Please check with your Travel Agent as some airlines have specials on baggage allowance.
Import Allowances (Zimbabwe)
Information taken off the Zimra Website – www.zimra.co.zw (27 June 2016)
A duty free allowance of USD200 per person is granted on goods imported by travellers for their personal use. The list of goods that are excluded is as follows:
- Incorrectly declared goods 2. Goods imported for commercial purposes 3. Alcoholic beverages in excess of five litres per traveller of which two litres may be spirits 4. Goods imported by any member of the crew of an aircraft, ship or vehicle from outside Zimbabwe 5. Stoves 6. Refrigerators 7. Blankets 8. Cooking Oil 9. Laundry Bar Soap 10. Beds 11. Mattresses 12. Flour 13. Maize meal 14. Sugar 15. Meat 16. Fish 17. Powdered milk 18. Yoghurt 19. Cheese 20. Eggs 21. Corn Puffs 22. Jam 23. Honey
Importation of such goods will attract duty despite the fact that the value might be under the duty free allowance of USD200.00.
Please take note of this latest development and avoid any inconveniences at the entry points.
Import Allowances (South Africa)
(Must be 18 or over)
a. 200 cigarettes and 20 cigars per person and 250g tobacco
b. 2 litres wine and 1 litre other spirits or liquor
c. 50ml perfume and 250ml eau de toilette
d. Other articles including gifts up to a value of ZAR5000 once every 30 days.
Import Allowances (United Kingdom from outside the EU)
(Must be 17 or over)
a. 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos or 50 cigars or 250g tobacco
b. Beer – 16 litres, Wine (not sparkling) – 4 litres, Spirits or liquors (over 22% alcohol) – 1 litre, Fortified wine or sparkling wine (up to 22% alcohol) – 2 litres
c. Other articles to the value of GBP390, including gifts, perfume and souvenirs
Import Allowances (Australia)
(Must be 18 or over)
a. 50 cigarettes or 50g of cigars or tobacco products
b. 2.25 litres alcohol
c. General goods up to the value of Aus$900 for over 18-year-olds, and Aus$450 for under 18-year-olds
Note – there are no duty-free concessions on tobacco or alcohol for travelers under 18 years old.