Should your checked bag weigh more than 23 kg (51 lbs), you will be charged an excess baggage fee of R$12.00 per extra kg for domestic flights and US$4.00 per extra kg for international flights. Bags may not exceed 45 kg (99 lbs) on domestic flights and 32 kg (71 lbs) on international flights.
To learn about the baggage weight limits for international flights operated by GOL partner airlines, please
click here and check the baggage rules for the airline that is operating your flight.
Free Checked Baggage
If you are traveling with a lap child, you may check 1 stroller or 1 baby carrier and 1 car seat free of charge. On domestic flights, if other items need to be checked for the child, they will be counted as part of the baggage of a parent or guardian. On international flights, babies are entitled to 10 kg (22 lbs) of free baggage, in addition to the baggage described above.
Special needs passengers who use a mobility or medical device (such as a wheelchair, for example) may transport one such item at no additional cost. If the passenger is travelling with more than one item, GOL offers an 80% discount on the excess baggage fee for indispensable mobility or medical devices. Learn more about the boarding of
passengers with physical disabilities or permanent or
temporary reduced mobility.
Maximum number of items
Regardless of a passenger's baggage benefits (weight or number of items), GOL will only accept a total of 10 items per passenger.
For safety reasons, baggage that exceeds normal checked baggage weight or size limits will only be accepted on the passenger's original flight if there are no weight or space restrictions on the aircraft. The passenger may opt to have GOL transport the oversized or overweight baggage on the next available flight, but it will be the passenger's responsibility to pick up the baggage at the destination airport.
Total baggage benefit
GOL allows two or more passengers travelling under the same locator code and who check in together to combine their baggage benefits. Should this occur, the total weight rather than the number of items will be considered.