Cabin Bags

Our advice for packing your cabin bag

How many Cabin bags can I have?

As a general rule, all passengers, except those under the age of 2, are able to bring a cabin bag (sometimes called hand luggage) on board a plane. The dimensions of the bag vary depending on the airline. To find the specific guidelines for your airline scroll down to the bottom of the page.

On some airlines, handbags are considered cabin bags. This means you may have to choose between your handbag or cabin bag or perhaps be able to fit your handbag inside your cabin bag. 

Some airlines do allow you to bring one accessory bag on board in addition to your cabin bag. This can include a little handbag or a laptop/ camera bag. For further information, contact your airline directly.  

Garment bags are generally considered hand luggage and sometimes have size restrictions.

For infants (less than 2 years old), extra baggage may be granted by the airline for items such as changing bags, booster seats, pushchairs etc. To find out more information contact your airline directly.





Your cabin bag can weight a maximum of 8 to 10 kg maximum, depending on the airline.

What’s allowed in my Cabin bag

All sharp objects are forbidden in cabin bags. These items may be placed in checked bags.

Liquids, aerosols, and gels over 100ml or weighing more than 100g are also prohibited. They must be placed in a transparent bag measuring 20 x 20cm.

Forbidden and Restricted Items

To help you pack your bags, visit the Airbag website

Cabin Baggage Policy for your Airline

To find out the cabin baggage policy of your airline, visit their website or check your booking confirmation or boarding card.