Which airline baggage rules are applicable for international flights carried out as an interline with another airline is determined within the framework of the methods of IATA (International Air Transport Association) and in accordance with IATA methods, the operating airline’s rules are applicable.
Liquid regulations may vary across airports. In some airports, transit passengers are not permitted past the transit security point with liquids in containers of more than 100 ml, including duty free products (even if bagged or sealed). We recommend that passengers review the regulations implemented at their transit airport.
In accordance with Civil Aviation regulations, hand sanitizers or similar liquids in the aircraft may be hazardous. Our cabin crew provides hand sanitizer in approved quantities to passengers. Passengers may not bring their own hand sanitizer or similar liquids into the aircraft.
You can use our baggage calculation tool to view the destination-based cabin baggage allowance. Some conditions and rights may vary depending on the flight, you can obtain the most accurate details about baggage information on the reservation and ticket.
* Any exceptional circumstances and additional information that cannot be viewed with the baggage calculation tool can be found below.
There are some restrictions on items that can be carried in cabin baggage under international flight rules. Such items can be carried in the cargo section of the aircraft as check-in baggage to ensure that your flight is as smooth as possible. You can check the items that may be carried in cabin baggage and those that are prohibited from the list below.