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EuroAtlantic Airways (YU) fleet seat map(s)

EuroAtlantic Airways was founded in 1993. It is a charter airline of Portugal. Its head office is located in Sintra, Portugal. The airline is based at Lisbon Airport. EuroAtlantic Airways operates in the market of passenger and cargo air transportation. Its main destinations are the United States, Canada, Mexico, Pakistan, and Australia. In addition, EuroAtlantic Airways provides services of leasing aircraft to other airlines. The company's fleet consists of seven aircrafts.

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Fleet

Boeing

Check in rules

The schedule included in the itinerary/receipt is the departure schedule of the aircraft. The departure schedule of the aircraft is not the check-in schedule or the schedule within which the passenger must be present at the boarding gate. The carrier may deny boarding to a passenger who is late. Check-in schedules communicated by your carrier correspond to the maximum limit within which passengers may be accepted to travel; boarding schedules, as communicated by the carrier, represent the maximum limit within which passengers must be present at the boarding gate.

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Baggage

Economy Class passengers are allowed one piece of carry-on baggage with dimensions not exceeding 55 x 40 x 20 cm and weighing no more than 8 kg. Business Class passengers are allowed one piece of carry-on baggage. It also must be 55 x 40 x 20 cm but may weigh no more than 10 kg. The maximum weight of checked baggage is 32 kg, size up to 158 cm (sum of all dimensions).

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Unaccompanied minors

The airline provides an escort service for minors in exceptional cases. To clarify the information, please contact the sales department.

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Infants

Children under two years of age are considered infants. Infants under seven days of age are not allowed on the flight. Each adult passenger may carry only one infant without a separate seat. One adult passenger may carry no more than two infants, one without a separate seat and the other on a separate seat, for a fare.

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Pets

Read the information on the Euroatlantic website

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