Our advice on preparing your cabin baggage
As a general rule, every passenger - excluding infants under the age of 2 - can take one piece of baggage (or hand baggage) into the cabin. Baggage dimensions vary between airlines.
Certain airlines consider handbags to be an item of cabin baggage. Others allow you to take one accessory into the cabin in addition to your cabin baggage (small handbags, laptop computers, cameras).
Clothes covers are usually considered to be cabin baggage, sometimes with restrictions on the dimensions.
For infants under 2 years old, the airline may grant a cabin baggage allowance for nappy bags, booster seats, folding pushchairs, etc. Contact your airline to check.
Remember also to refer to the Forbidden items page to read the list and the regulations.
Your airline’s cabin baggage policy
Refer to the table below (information for reference only, subject to change without notice) to find out more about the hand (or cabin) baggage policy of your airline flying out of Nantes.