Cabin baggage is baggage carried on board free of charge by the passenger under his or her control and responsibility. Cabin baggage is excluded from free baggage allowance and assessed seperately.
For detailed information on cabin baggage please click on the headings below. .
Free Cabin Baggage Allowance
Travel Class Pieces of Cabin Baggage Maximum Weight (each piece) Maximum Dimensions Business 2 8 kg 23x40x55 cm. Comfort 1 8 kg 23x40x55 cm. Economy 1 8 kg 23x40x55 cm.
You must purchase an extra seat for baggage you wish to transport in the cabin in excess of cabin baggage.
Cabin baggage is baggage carried on board free of charge by the passenger under his or her control and responsibility. This baggage must be stowable in overhead storage compartment or under the seat in front of the passenger.
A cabin baggage tag must be affixed to cabin baggage. Cabin baggage control is carried out at check-in and/or boarding.
The following possessions may be carried free of charge and may be accepted as cabin baggage:
- 1 coat, overcoat or blanket,
- 1 laptop computer,
- 1 handbag/briefcase,
- 1 small video recorder or camera,
- 1 baby carriage,
- Baby bottle etc. for feeding needs
You must purchase an extra seat for baggage you wish to transport in the cabin in excess of cabin baggage. For detailed information ask during reservation.
Carrying Liquids in Cabin Baggage
In accordance with aviation rules all liquids, jels, aerosols and similar substances are subject to restrictions.
- Each liquid container carried in cabin baggage must contain no more than 100ml.
- These liquids must be carried separately in transparent, sealed bags of maximum 1 (one) litre volume, 20cm x 20cm.
- Each passenger may carry only 1 (one) such bag.
- At the last security checkpoint you must take the sealed bag containing your liquids out of your bag and pass it through the x-ray machine separately.
- Medicines (on the condition that a prescription made out to the passenger by name or a health report/document stating that the passenger must use the medicine is produced, and that the medicine is in its original packaging), and
- Baby foods (on the condition that the baby is travelling on the flight and only the amount required for the duration of the journey is taken on board) may be carried in cabin baggage
- At the control point security personnel may require that you document your exceptional circumstance and/or taste yourmedicine/baby food/liquid.
- All liquids including water, syrup and drinks,
- Creams, lotions, oils (including cosmetic), cologne, perfume, all kinds of makeup including mascara (excluding solid lipsticks),
- Shaving foam, deodorants, all materials of a consistency of paste including toothpaste,
- All non-solid foodstuffs and jellies including jam, honey, yoghurt, molasses and tomato paste,
- Other substances such as contact lens fluids, shampoos, sprays and aerosols, and other substances similar to those listed.
Liquids Restricted in Cabin Baggage:
• Volume Max. 1 Litre
• Can be sealed
• Medicines necessary during the flight (with prescription and original packaging), and
• Baby foods are exempt.
• Only one piece of cabin baggage
List of Prohibited Articles
Without prejudice to applicable safety rules, passengers are not permitted to carry the following articles into security restricted areas and on board an aircraft:
(1) Guns, firearms and other devices that discharge projectiles – devices capable, or appearing capable, of being used to cause serious injury by discharging a projectile, including:
- firearms of all types, such as pistols, revolvers, rifles, shotguns
- toy guns, replicas and imitation firearms capable of being mistaken for real weapons
- component parts of firearms, excluding telescopic sights
- compressed air and CO2
- signal flare pistols and starter pistols guns, such as pistols, pellet guns, rifles and ball bearing guns
- bows, cross bows and arrows
- harpoon guns and spear guns
- slingshots and catapults
(2) Stunning devices – devices designed specifically to stun or immobilise, including:
- devices for shocking, such as stun guns, tasers and stun batons
- animal stunners and animal killers
- disabling and incapacitating chemicals, gases and sprays, such as mace, pepper sprays, capsicum sprays, tear gas, acid sprays and animal repellent sprays
(3) Objects with a sharp point or sharp edge – objects with a sharp point of sharp edge capable of being used to cause serious injury, including:
- items designed for chopping, such as axes, hatchets and cleavers
- ice axes and ice picks
- razor blades
- box cutters
- knives with blades of more than 6 cm
- scissors with blades of more than 6 cm as measured from the fulcrum
- martial arts equipment with a sharp point or sharp edge
- swords and sabres
(4) Workmen's tools – tools capable of being used either to cause seriousinjury or to threaten the safety of aircraft, including:
- drills and drill bits, including cordless portable power drills
- tools with a blade or a shaft of more than 6 cm capable of use as a
- weapon, such as screwdrivers and chisels
- saws, including cordless portable power saws
- bolt guns and nail guns
(5) Blunt instruments – objects capable of being used to cause serious injury when used to hit, including:
- baseball and softball bats
- clubs and batons, such as billy clubs, blackjacks and night sticks
- martial arts equipment
(6) explosives and incendiary substances and devices – explosives and incendiary substances and devices capable, or appearing capable, of being used to cause serious injury or to pose a threat to the safety of aircraft, including:
- blasting caps
- detonators and fuses
- Replica or imitation explosive devices
- mines, grenades and other explosive military stores
- fireworks and other pyrotechnics
- smoke-generating canisters and smoke-generating cartridges
Carrying Liquids Purchased at Duty-Free Stores in Cabin Baggage
- Liquids bought at duty-free stores must be carried in their special, sealed bags with their receipts.
- Please do not open the sealed bags until after you have reached the final destination point of your journey. Otherwise their contents may be confiscated at security control points.
- On connecting flights from within the European Union or the USA, duty-free products purchased at the original point of departure (in excess of 100ml) will not be accepted as cabin baggage, even in their sealed bags.
Refusal of Cabin Baggage
Carriers reserve the right to refuse cabin baggage in the event that,
- It is liable to cause damage to property or persons,
- It is liable to be damaged in the course of the flight,
- It is inappropriately packaged,
- Its carriage will constitute a crime under the laws of states of departure, arrival or overflight.
- It is not fit to be transported by air for reasons of weight, dimensions or composition,
It cannot be stowed in overhead lockers or under the seat in front and/or it cannot be strapped securely into a seat.
Carrier isn’t in charge of damage for unregistered baggage if the damage doesn’t occur as a result of carrier’s neglect. If a passenger has concurrent negligence, carrier’s reponsibility is subject to legislation provisions related to concurrent negligence.