Air Kiribati (IK) seat maps
Air Kiribati was founded in 1995 and is the national flag carrier of the Republic of Kiribati. The airline operates scheduled passenger services throughout the republic's islands, covering some 20 destinations. The carrier uses various turboprop aircraft from De Havilland Canada for its operations. The DHC-8-100 is currently the airline's largest aircraft offering 37 seats in a one class layout.
Seatmaps.com has created and compiled a thorough list of seatmaps of aircrafts that Air Kiribati operates. Choose an aircraft and click on it to see the seatmaps and all details associated with your seat.Read more
- Bombardier Q100-Q2001 type
Check in rules
Check-in confirms your presence on the flight and allows you to check any baggage. Boarding refers to to the moment when you board the aircraft. This way you will arrive on time at the gate indicated on your boarding pass and have plenty of time to board the airplane, stow your carry on luggage and take your seat.
There is normally a maximum weight limit of 50 pounds (23kg) per checked bag as well as a size restriction. The most common maximum size bag allowed is 62 linear (total) inches (160cm). A common size bag for checking through is: 27" x 21" x 14"(68 x 54 x 35 cm).
Children 5 to 14 years old must travel as unaccompanied minors when not traveling with a person at least 15 years old. Children 15 and older may request and pay for the unaccompanied minor service. Unaccompanied minors are accepted only on direct flights that do not require a change of aircraft or flight number.
On most airlines, infants under the age of two can sit in your lap on a flight and occassionally with a special lap belt that you attach to your seatbelt. You may have to pay a fee, primarily on international airlines, which may produce a special boarding pass. Please verify with your arline regarding their rules and regulations prior to booking.
Though rules vary from airline to airline, your pet can typically only fly in the cabin with you as a carry-on if they are small enough to fit under the seat in front of you. Any larger than that, and your furry companion will have to travel in the cargo hold, with the luggage and freight.