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Tunisair

Tunisair is the flag carrier of Tunisia and its headquarters are in Tunis, the capital of the country. From its main hub at Tunis-Carthage International Airport, Tunisair offers flights to over 100 destinations across Africa, Europe, Asia and North America with a fleet of 34 aircraft. Since its foundation in 1948, Tunisair has developed into a leading north African airline and introduced its first transatlantic service to Montreal in 2016. As well as being a member of the Arab Air Carriers Organization, Tunisair offers membership to its own frequent flyer program, Fidelys.

*This information is correct as of February 2017

Why Fly with Tunisair

How to Check in

All travelers flying with Tunisair have the option to check-in online from the convenience of your own home, or you can do things the conventional way by checking in at an airport counter. The online check-in service is available from 24 hours up to 3 hours before scheduled departure times and also allows passengers to select a preferred seat and print out a boarding pass. Tunisair advises passengers with baggage to check-in to arrive at an airport counter at least 1 hour before flights. If you cannot check-in online, simply turn up to a Tunisair counter and go through the check-in process there.

Baggage Allowances and Fees

Passengers with Tunisair are permitted to bring baggage to check-in to the hold, although how much you are allowed depends on your flight class and destination. Those in Economy are allowed either one or two bags up to 23kg each, while in Business Class this is increased to two to three bags up to 23kg each. Be sure to check with the airline for information about allowances on your flight. Alongside checked baggage, travelers can bring hand baggage on board flights. Those in Economy are allowed one item up to 8kg, while in Business this is increased to two items up to 10kg in total. Excess baggage charges are applicable for those with overweight baggage - rates vary according to your route.

Seating

Tunisair flights offer a standard Economy Class alongside a luxurious Business Class for travelers who like to fly in style. While legroom in Economy is ample, those who really enjoy stretching out and having space may consider upgrading to Business Class.

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