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You are allowed to carry a total of 1 liter of liquids, but they must be in containers with a maximum capacity of 100 milliliters each. The container size matters; for instance, a nearly empty two-liter bottle with just a bit of juice won't be permitted. All liquids should be placed in a clear, resealable bag, similar to a zip-lock bag used for freezing fruit or a cosmetic bag. You should be ready to present this bag for inspection at the security checkpoint if requested.
Liquids encompass a wide range of items, including:
There are two categories of passengers exempt from these restrictions:
Are you wondering if you can bring food in your hand luggage?
Yes, you can, but if the food is in liquid form, it must be in containers of 100 milliliters or less and packed according to the rules. Feel free to bring solid items like cookies, chocolate, apples, nuts, or sandwiches on board, but ensure that your food doesn't emit strong odors.
Absolutely! Have you ever witnessed how luggage is handled at airports?
You can carry the following electronic devices in your carry-on luggage:
In a nutshell, you can't bring anything potentially hazardous to passengers or crew members due to toxicity or the risk of misuse.
You can bring fragrances, toilet water, and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages from duty-free stores on board as long as they are packed with the receipt and sealed. Just refrain from trying to enjoy that duty-free whiskey mid-flight.
If you have a connecting flight, there might be complications. It's against EU regulations to bring liquids in containers larger than 100 milliliters into the EU if they were purchased outside the EU. If you're traveling within the EU, having a receipt from a purchase made within the past day is usually sufficient. However, the airport officials have the final say.
Each airline has its own rules, so it's advisable to inquire in advance. For instance, the Polish airline LOT allows three ways to transport animals: on board in a carrier, in the luggage compartment, or as cargo, depending on the animal's weight.
Hand luggage: Starting from November 1, 2018, each Ryanair passenger can bring one handbag, laptop bag, or a small backpack measuring 40x25x20 cm on board for free. Passengers who have paid for priority boarding (€6-12 per person) are allowed to carry an extra suitcase or backpack up to 55x40x20 cm, weighing up to 10 kg. Others can check larger hand luggage as baggage, which costs €32.50 when checked online.
Children under 2 years old are not entitled to hand luggage, but an accompanying adult can bring a bag weighing up to 5 kg with hygiene products, food, and toys on board free of charge. Older children are subject to the standard "adult" regulations.
Passengers are allowed to check in up to 3 pieces of luggage, each with a maximum weight of 20 kg. The cost is €25 when booking your ticket, or €40 if paid later (over the phone or at the airport).
The permitted dimensions for one baggage item are 119x119x81 cm, with a maximum weight of 32 kg. Any weight exceeding 20 kg will incur a fee of €11 per extra kilogram, as it's considered excess baggage.
You can bring a folding stroller along with a car seat, booster, or cradle for each child at no additional cost.
Each set of sports equipment is treated as a separate piece of luggage and must be packed in a protective case. The weight limit is 20 kg (except for bicycles, which can weigh up to 30 kg).
Transporting a bicycle will cost €60-75, ski equipment €45-50, and other sports equipment €35-65 one-way. The lower price applies if you purchase the service when booking your ticket, while the higher price applies if you pay later or at the airport.
Starting from November 1, 2018, every Wizz Air passenger is permitted to bring one bag with dimensions not exceeding 40x30x20 cm, along with outerwear and duty-free shopping bags, into the cabin without any additional charge.
Passengers who have WIZZ Priority can also carry a suitcase or backpack with dimensions of 55x40x23 cm into the cabin. The maximum weight limit for any type of carry-on baggage is 10 kg per seat. Additionally, passengers traveling with children under 2 years of age are allowed an extra bag measuring 40x30x20 cm for storing food, hygiene products, and toys.
For every SkyUp passenger, you are allowed to bring one piece of hand baggage onto the plane at no additional cost. This carry-on should weigh up to 7 kg and have dimensions no larger than 115 cm (the sum of its three dimensions). You can also bring bags with duty-free purchases, a handbag, a file folder, outerwear, an umbrella, a book, or a magazine. If you are traveling with children, you are permitted to bring a carrycot or a collapsible cane stroller and necessary food for the duration of the flight.
The allowable dimensions for a single piece of checked luggage are 149x119x171 cm, with a maximum weight of 32 kg. Passengers can check in up to 6 pieces of luggage, with the option to pre-book 3 of them online or through the call center, and the remaining luggage can be checked at the airport.
Baggage fees vary depending on weight and season. For luggage weighing up to 10 kg, the fee ranges from €9 to €27; for 10-20 kg, it's €15 to €50, and for 20-32 kg, it's €23 to €72 for a one-way journey. At the airport, fees start at €55 for luggage up to 20 kg and go up to €120 for up to 32 kg. If you've pre-paid for your luggage but it's found to be overweight at the counter, you'll be charged €10 for each additional kilogram.
If you're traveling with a small child, you can carry one stroller or car seat for them free of charge. Make sure to obtain a luggage sticker at the counter if you plan to drop off your stroller at the ramp.
You can transport sports equipment as long as it adheres to these rules: all components must be packed in one case, only one set of gear per passenger, and the total weight of the kit should not exceed 32 kg. There's a surcharge of €30 (online or through the call center) or €60 (at the airport) per one-way seat for transporting sports equipment.
For Standard fare and higher, each passenger is entitled to carry one piece of checked baggage free of charge. The maximum weight allowed is 23 kg, and for children under two years of age, it's 10 kg.
Additional checked baggage, weighing up to 23 kg, will incur a fee of €25, while baggage up to 32 kg will cost €40. The maximum number of luggage pieces allowed per passenger is 4 for 23 kg and 2 for 32 kg.
A stroller or carrycot for a child under 2 years old is carried free of charge, but it becomes part of the baggage allowance once the child reaches that age.
Each passenger is allowed to transport one set of sports equipment weighing up to 23 kg and measuring up to 300 cm (sum of three dimensions). The cost for transporting sports equipment is €25 per set for a one-way trip.
Passengers who have purchased tickets that include checked baggage are allowed to bring two pieces of hand luggage onboard. The first piece can weigh up to 7 kg (with dimensions as mentioned above), and the second piece can weigh up to 5 kg, with dimensions of up to 40x30x10 cm.
For business class passengers, the conditions are similar, allowing for two pieces of hand luggage. However, the first piece can weigh up to 12 kg instead of 7 kg.
On long-haul flights, economy and premium economy class passengers are entitled to carry two pieces of hand luggage: one weighing up to 5 kg and the other up to 7 kg. Business class passengers can carry two pieces of luggage weighing up to 15 kg, along with a third piece weighing up to 5 kg.
For flights on Embraer-145 aircraft, the carry-on baggage allowance is one piece weighing up to 5 kg, with dimensions of 55x35x15 cm.
All personal items, including Duty-Free purchases, should be packed in your hand baggage. The only exceptions to this rule are:
Excess Carry-On Baggage
Aside from the standard hand luggage within the free baggage allowance, each passenger has the option to bring an extra piece weighing up to 5 kg (with maximum dimensions of 40x30x10 cm) for a fee of €15. Alternatively, you can carry an extra piece weighing up to 12 kg (maximum size: 70x40x20 cm) for €80 one-way.
If your baggage exceeds the free allowance and you prefer not to pay additional fees for carrying it onboard, you'll need to check it in.
Economy Class passengers who have purchased tickets with luggage included can check in one piece of luggage. Premium Economy and Business Class passengers are allowed two pieces of checked luggage. For Panorama Club Premium and Panorama Club Elite cardholders, the baggage allowance increases by 1 and 2 pieces, respectively.
The maximum size for checked luggage is 158 cm (the sum of three measurements), with weight limits of up to 23 kg in economy and premium economy class, and up to 32 kg in business class.
Special Note for Infants
Children under 2 years old, traveling without a separate seat, are entitled to one piece of luggage weighing up to 10 kg, provided the accompanying adult has selected an inclusive fare.
Additional baggage or hand luggage can be checked in online up to 6 hours before departure. For those with discounted fares, this can be done up to 24 hours before departure.
For every child under two years of age, you can bring one folding stroller, carrycot, or car seat on your EasyJet flight free of charge, regardless of your class of service or fare selection. If the child is older, the stroller will be considered a piece of baggage and subject to a predetermined fee based on your travel route.
A set of sports equipment is treated as a separate piece of baggage, and its weight must not exceed 23 kg for any class of service. If the equipment case does not fit within the free baggage allowance, it will be subject to a predetermined fee based on your travel itinerary.
Every EasyJet passenger is allowed to bring one piece of carry-on luggage with dimensions of up to 56x45x25 cm. There is no weight limit, but you should be capable of lifting the suitcase and placing it in the overhead compartment by yourself. Please note that there is a limited space for approximately 70 pieces of carry-on luggage on board, and any excess items will be stored in the baggage compartment at no extra cost.
Certain categories of passengers, such as EasyJet Plus cardholders, are permitted to bring an additional piece of carry-on luggage with dimensions up to 45x36x20 cm, which can be placed under the front seat.
For infants traveling in a separate seat and all children over 2 years of age, the same carry-on baggage allowance as adult passengers applies. Passengers traveling with infants are permitted to bring an essential bag measuring 45x36x20 cm in addition to the standard hand baggage allowance.
Each passenger, including children and infants, can check in up to 3 pieces of luggage. The maximum weight allowed is 23 kg, and you have the option to increase it to 32 kg for an additional fee. The total size of each piece should not exceed 275 cm (the sum of three dimensions).
Checking in one piece of luggage weighing up to 15 kg will cost you £6.99-£34.99 (€8-€40) and can only be paid for online. Luggage weighing up to 23 kg costs £9.49-£37.49 (€11-€43) when checked in online, £40 (€45) at the counter, or £50 (€57) at the gate. If your baggage exceeds the planned weight, you can increase it online, from 15 kg to 27 kg or from 23 kg to 32 kg. For each additional 3 kg, you will be charged £12 (€14). If excess weight is discovered at the airport, you will pay the same rate for each kilogram over the weight you paid for online.
For each child, you can bring 2 items from the following list for free: carrycot, folding stroller (including double strollers), booster, car seat, collapsible or non-collapsible stroller. There is no age limit specified; the rule applies to children who require these items during travel.
Passengers in economy class on Air Astana flights can bring one bag with dimensions not exceeding 56x45x25 cm and weighing up to 8 kg. Business class passengers are allowed to carry two bags of the same weight and size. Additionally, passengers can bring the following items onboard:
Each passenger is allowed to carry one set of sports equipment. For online bookings, a one-way transportation fee for a set weighing up to 20 kg is £37 (€42), while at the airport, it's £47 (€53). If the sports equipment kit weighs between 20 kg and 32 kg, the fees are £45 (€51) and £55 (€63), respectively. If you need to register more than 6 sets of sports equipment, please contact customer service.
Every passenger, except for children under two years of age traveling without their own seats, can bring baggage weighing up to 20 kg (economy class) or 30 kg (sleeper economy and business class) free of charge. The size of the baggage should not exceed 158 cm (the sum of three dimensions).
For baggage that exceeds the weight or size limits, prior agreement with the airline is required, and it will be subject to charges based on its actual weight.
Passengers can bring one foldable baby stroller with folded dimensions not exceeding 34x32x14 cm free of charge, to be stored in the baggage compartment.
If you are carrying sports equipment such as skis, snowboards, tennis, squash, badminton, fishing gear, horseback riding equipment, roller skates, bows and arrows, kayaks, or regular oars, simply pack them in suitable cases and include them in your checked baggage. The weight should not exceed the limit for the chosen class of service; otherwise, an additional fee will apply, depending on the travel route.
For tickets purchased under the "Basic" fare, sports equipment is considered excess baggage and is subject to an additional fee.
Surfboards and kiteboards are allowed free of charge and are not counted in the free baggage allowance as long as they don't exceed 140 cm in length and 5 kg in weight.
Additional charges will apply for longer and heavier boards:
Transportation of Bicycles:
Carry-On Baggage Policy
Every passenger on Air Baltic (except infants) can bring:
The total weight of hand baggage and personal items must not exceed 8 kg for travelers with Basic and Premium tickets. Personal items include handbags, laptops, duty-free purchases, and umbrellas.
If your carry-on baggage exceeds the size or weight limits, you can check it at the check-in desk for €50 or at the gate (subject to availability) for €60.
The maximum allowable weight for a single piece of checked luggage is 20 kg, with dimensions not exceeding 100x50x80 cm.
Passengers holding Business tickets can check in up to two pieces of luggage, each weighing up to 40 kg, free of charge. Premium fare allows for the transportation of one piece of luggage weighing up to 20 kg. Basic ticket holders must pay starting from €19.99 per one-way baggage item if purchased at the same time as the ticket. If paid after ticket purchase or during online check-in, it will cost starting from €35, and at the check-in desk, it will cost starting from €50.
PINS Program Members
PINS members with VIP status can transport luggage free of charge as follows:
PINS members with Executive status can transport luggage free of charge as follows:
For infants, one piece of luggage weighing up to 10 kg is allowed free of charge.
If your checked baggage exceeds 20 kg, a surcharge of €50 one-way will be applied. The maximum weight allowed for a single piece of checked baggage is 32 kg.
If the dimensions of your baggage exceed 100x50x80 cm, you will be charged an extra €60 one-way. The weight must not exceed 20 kg.
If both dimensions and weight are exceeded, the surcharges are added together. In this case you will have to pay €110 per one-way baggage item.
If an infant or child is specified in the booking, a fully foldable stroller, a portable baby crib or an infant car seat can be transported free of charge.
Passengers with Business tickets and PINS VIP members (except Basic ticket holders) can carry one set of sports equipment free of charge.
Passengers on Basic and Premium tickets will have to pay for each set:
The weight limit for a set of sports equipment is 20 kg. If you exceed the limit, you will pay a €50 fee at the airport.
Economy Class passengers in KLM can take on board for free:
The total weight of the two items must not exceed 12 kg.
Business Class passengers can take on board free of charge:
The total weight of the three items must not exceed 18 kg.
If a child has a separate seat, he/she is entitled to the same hand baggage as adult passengers.
If a child under 2 years of age is traveling on an adult's lap, they are allowed to carry 1 piece of hand luggage measuring 55x35x25 cm and weighing no more than 12 kg.
Economy Class passengers can check in 1 piece of luggage free of charge, while Business Class passengers can check in 2 pieces. The maximum size for each piece is 158 cm (the sum of three dimensions), with a weight limit of 23 kg for Economy and 32 kg for Business.
If a child has a separate seat, they are entitled to the same baggage allowance as adult passengers. However, for a child under 2 years old traveling without a separate seat, 1 piece of baggage up to 10 kg can be checked in.
Each child is allowed 1 folding stroller and 1 car seat free of charge. If the stroller, with a maximum size of 15x30x100 cm, does not fit under the seat or on the hand luggage shelf, it must be checked as part of your baggage.
For passengers flying Economy Class with Turkish Airlines, you're allowed one piece of hand luggage that measures up to 55x40x20 cm and weighs up to 8 kg. Business Class passengers can bring two pieces of hand luggage, also meeting these size and weight requirements. These allowances also apply to infants traveling without a separate seat.
Additionally, you can carry these items on board for free:
On international flights, there may be restrictions on either the weight of baggage or the number of pieces allowed.
In the first case, only the maximum weight of a baggage item is regulated: 20 kg for economy class passengers and 30 kg for business class passengers.
In the second case, a passenger can carry a maximum of 2 pieces of baggage, each weighing up to 20 kg for economy class or 32 kg for business class.
The maximum dimensions of a baggage unit (sum of three dimensions) are 158 cm.
A child can check in baggage weighing up to 10 kg (up to 23 kg on flights with a limit on the number of baggage units). A stroller does not count towards this limit.
For each kilogram over the limit, you will be charged from €4 to €32, and for each additional piece of baggage, the cost ranges from €9 to €160. The specific fees depend on your departure and destination, and you can find the fare schedule on the airline's website.
You can carry 1 stroller up to 115 cm long for free, but it must be placed in the baggage compartment.
One set of equipment, such as golf equipment, skis, and several other sports categories, is carried free of charge. The second and subsequent sets are charged as excess baggage. The weight of each set should not exceed 23 kg, and the case must be free of foreign objects.
Economy and Premium Economy Class passengers traveling with Lufthansa can bring 1 piece of hand luggage on board, such as a wheeled suitcase, a folding baby stroller, or a folding portapod. Business and First Class passengers are allowed 2 pieces of hand luggage.
Infants are not entitled to hand luggage, but you can take 1 folding stroller, car seat, or carrycot. Children over 2 years old are entitled to the same hand luggage as adult passengers in the same class.
Authorized dimensions of hand baggage: 55x40x23 cm.
Authorized dimensions of a folding carry-on bag: 57x54x15 cm.
Maximum weight of each unit: 8 kg.
Additional items can be taken into the cabin:
For intercontinental flights:
For flights within Europe:
Maximum size of a baggage item - 158 cm (sum of three measurements), weight - 23 kg.
Children under 2 years of age are allowed one piece of baggage of the specified size and weight (+ stroller, bassinet or car seat) free of charge regardless of class of service (except Economy Light fare), itinerary and Miles & More status. For children over 2 years of age, the same free baggage allowance applies as for adult passengers in the corresponding class.
If you bought a ticket without luggage and then decided to add it, a single seat will cost between €15 and €50 when booking online, €30-50 at the check-in desk or €50-55 at the gate. Baggage exceeding the size, weight or quantity allowance will incur an additional fee of €40 to €300 (depending on the itinerary). Additional baggage space can be purchased for €70 to €150, depending on the route.
One stroller per child is transported free of charge. Strollers are transported in the luggage compartment, a folding stroller of the permitted size can be taken on board.
If a set of equipment does not fit into the free baggage allowance, its transportation is charged at a fixed rate. Standard sports equipment (skis, snowboards, bicycles, golf, hockey, etc.) will cost you from €70 to €100 per set, large-sized equipment (longboard, riding or windsurfing equipment, two-seater bicycle) - from €110 to €200. The weight of one set must not exceed 32 kg.
LOT, the Polish airline, enforces specific size and weight limits for hand luggage and checked baggage, depending on your flight destination and travel class.
For flights to Poland, Europe, or the Middle East, passengers in economy class can carry hand baggage with dimensions not exceeding 55x40x23 cm and a weight of up to 8 kg. Business class passengers are allowed up to 9 kg of hand luggage.
For intercontinental flights (China, India, Japan, Canada, Kazakhstan, or South Korea), the airline permits two pieces of hand luggage with the same dimensions (55x40x23 cm) weighing up to 9 kg in total for Business Class passengers, one piece weighing up to 8 kg for Economy Class passengers, and two pieces weighing up to 12 kg for Premium Economy Class passengers.
In addition to hand luggage, passengers can also bring:
The dimensions of one piece of checked baggage must not exceed 158 cm (height + width + depth). The cost and size of allowed checked baggage depend on the distance of your travel.
For flights to Poland, Europe, or the Middle East, the fee for checked luggage is €27.
For intercontinental flights (to China, India, Japan, Canada, Kazakhstan, or South Korea), the fee for checked baggage is €35.
If your child is under the age of two and traveling without a separate seat, they can sit on your lap during the flight. In this case, you can bring a stroller or car seat at no additional cost, but these items will be transported in the aircraft's luggage compartment.
For children aged 2 to 12 years old, or for infants under 2 years old who have their own seat, you can bring a car seat on board, and the stroller can be checked into the baggage compartment for free.
If you need to use a stroller during your connection, complimentary strollers are available at Warsaw Chopin Airport.
You can bring one piece of sports equipment free of charge if it is packed in compliance with the airline's guidelines and weighs no more than 32 kg.
If your sports equipment exceeds this weight limit, you will be required to pay the applicable fee set by the airline.
Due to varying aircraft types, space for sports equipment in the baggage compartment is limited. Therefore, LOT asks passengers to notify the airline's contact center at least one day before their flight departure.
Every passenger is allowed one piece of hand baggage, which should not exceed 40x20x30 cm in size and must fit under the seat in front of you. Additionally, you can bring airport-purchased items free of charge.
If you require more space, you have the option to purchase an extra piece of hand baggage, weighing up to 10 kg, on a TimeFlex or Premium fare. The cost for this additional baggage varies between €24 and €59, depending on the flight. The maximum dimensions for this baggage are 55x40x20 cm, and it can be placed in the overhead compartment.
Special exceptions for carrying two pieces of hand baggage at no extra cost include airport assistance services (for individuals with special needs) and passengers traveling with infants under two years old.
Optima and Family fare passengers are entitled to one piece of checked baggage weighing up to 25 kg per passenger listed in the reservation.
If you wish to purchase additional checked baggage separately and reserve it at the time of ticket purchase, the costs are as follows:
If you're traveling with a baby, you're entitled to check two additional items in your baggage at no extra cost. These items can include a stroller, car seat, booster, folding crib, or stroller. Please note that an infant car seat may incur a fee if you wish to check it in as special baggage. If you want to bring a baby stroller as carry-on luggage, you'll need to check the carry-on suitcase at the baggage check-in desk, and it will be counted as one of the allowable items mentioned earlier.
Sports equipment like skis, windsurfing gear, bicycles, snowboarding kits, and more are classified as non-standard baggage and may incur separate charges. You can arrange for this when making your reservation or at a later date. Keep in mind that non-standard baggage must adhere to specific guidelines: it should weigh no more than 32 kg and not exceed 2.70 meters in length. Proper packaging is also essential.
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