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What can I take in my hand luggage?

The allowance permitted will vary depending on the class you are travelling in, the origin and destination. In general, the piece of hand luggage admitted on board cannot exceed 56cm x 45cm x 25cm and must be light enough to be placed in the overhead compartment in the airplane cabin.

As well as the applicable allowance, you may also carry some other personal item free of charge (no larger than 40x30x15cm): handbag,  camera, folding umbrella, etc.

Please remember that, for security reasons, objects such as scissors, knives and all sharp items should be checked-in as hold baggage and never carried in hand luggage. Safety or disposable razor blades are permitted on board provided that they are set in their cartridge.

Blunt objects that can cause injury, such as selfie sticks, bats and mountaineering accessories like trekking and hiking poles, must also be checked in.

If you need to take more than 100 ml/3.4 oz of liquid medication, or if you are bringing injection needles (e.g. for diabetes) in your hand baggage, you will need to bring a declaration from your doctor, and show this at the security check.

For further information, please consult:

Hand luggage

Hazardous Items

Electronic items

Before boarding, you will need to take your laptop and any other large electrical and/or electronic device (tablet, video game console, hairdryer, travel iron, etc.) out of their cover or travel pouch and place them on a tray so that they can be inspected separately from your other hand baggage.

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