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Hand baggage


Please note that in order to ensure your safety and comfort during the flight, the rules on hand baggage are strickt and the staff check its adequacy and act accordingly. Since the stowage space in the cabin is limited, you are advised to follow the carrier's rules on carry-on baggage. In this way, you avoid the inconvenience of having to repack your baggage at the airport. For your safety and comfort as well as the safety and comfort of other passengers, baggage in excess of the quantity or dimension is to be checked-in. In this way your baggage will not need to be checked-in at the gate or even refused to be loaded on the plane.

It is also possible to check the weight and dimensions of hand baggage at the airport by using the dedicated gauge and scale in the vicinity of the check- in counters.

Please do not leave your baggage unattended at the airport. It is likely that the baggage will be removed by security authorities for security reasons.

Larger musical instruments are not considered hand baggage, but are to be checked-in. If you would like to have the instrument in the cabin an additional ticket for the instrument should be purchased.
Detailed information concerning the baggage rules can be found on the website of the carrier.

In addition to the hand baggage you can also take to the cabin:

  • A coat or blanket,
  • An umbrella or walking stick,
  • A woman's handbag,
  • A camera or binoculars,
  • A reasonable amount of reading material.

If you travel with an infant you can also take to the cabin:

  • A baby bassinet or foldable trolley (to be checked-in) or a car seat;
  • A reasonable amount of baby food to be used during the flight.

Passengers with reduced mobility can also take to the cabin:

  • A foldable wheelchair,
  • A pair of crutches or other mobility aid,
  • Medical equipment needed during the flight.

Liquids in hand baggage

You are only allowed to take small quantities of liquids in your hand baggage. These liquids must be in individual containers with a maximum capacity of 100 millilitres each. You must pack these containers in one transparent, re-sealable plastic bag of not more than one litre capacity per passenger. Plastic bags can also be obtained at the check-in counters.


Liquids include:

  • water and other drinks, soups, syrups,
  • creams, lotions and oils,
  • perfumes,
  • sprays,
  • gels, including hair and shower gels,
  • contents of pressurised containers, including shaving foam, other foams and deodorants,
  • pastes, including toothpaste,
  • liquid-solid mixtures,
  • mascara,
  • any other item of similar consistency.


Travelling with duty free liquids:

Starting 31st January 2014, duty free liquids purchased from any airport or airline may be carried as hand luggage. Your duty free liquid and receipt must be sealed at the time of purchase inside a security bag with a red border. Do not open the security bag until you arrive at your final destination. The security ocer may need to open the security bag for screening. In case you have a connecting flight at another airport, please alert the security officer so your duty free liquids may be re-sealed in a new security bag.

For more information see the graphic: Which liquids can I take on my flight as hand luggage?

You can still:

  • pack liquids in bags that you check-in - the rules apply only to hand baggage.
  • carry in your hand baggage medicines and dietary requirements, including baby food, for use during the flight. You
    may be asked to prove that they are needed. 

Hand baggage should not contain dangerous items which are allowed to be transported only in checked-in baggage. Such items wil be confiscated at security check.


Dangerous goods and prohibited items

It is necessary to comply with the rules on carriage of dangerous goods and prohibited items into an airplane. You can read more about it on this link.