Different airlines have different rules as to the number and dimensions of the baggage items you can take on board their aircraft. The rules regarding special or oversize baggage may also vary. We recommend that you always review your airline’s baggage requirements posted on their website before your trip.
Generally, the rules regarding items prohibited in hand baggage are harmonised across the European Union. Nevertheless, the specifics of these rules may vary to a small extent depending on the airline and the country. For further information concerning a certain item being allowed to be carried on in hand baggage, we recommend that you contact your airline.
Before the pre-flight security control we advise you to read through the frequently asked questions section. That may help you to prepare accordingly and us to provide all passengers smooth transition through the security control.
Before travelling we recommend going over also the items you want to pack in your checked baggage. It is prohibited to take items, which may endanger the aircraft, passengers or crew, into the aircraft.
If your baggage does not arrive or has been damaged during the flight, be sure to register your claim against the airline at the airport’s baggage service. The baggage service representative will give you all the necessary instructions and help you fill out the required paperwork.
People normally travel with baggage. In order for everything to go according to plan, we recommend that you review the airline’s baggage policy before travelling. When packing your suitcases you should keep in mind what you should place in your checked baggage and what is allowed in hand baggage.
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