Making it comfortable on board
So that you can travel safely and comfortably, space for hand baggage on board the aircraft is limited. Each passenger can take a maximum of one item of baggage, which is to be stored during the flight under the seat in front or in the overhead locker.
Please take note not only of the permitted weight but also of the maximum dimensions for your hand baggage.
Maximum weight: 6 kg
Maximum dimensions: 55 cm length x 40 cm width x 20 cm height
Premium Economy on flights from/to Iran
Maximum weight: 8 kg
Additional Premium Economy extras
In addition to your hand baggage you may also take one of the following items without additional charge:
- A laptop bag
- A small ladies’ handbag
- Baby food for meals during the flight
- One pair of crutches, if you are dependent on these
Please note that you are responsible for your hand baggage. We therefore recommend that you insure your baggage.
Please understand that on heavily booked flights we may ask to place your hand baggage in the cargo hold. This service is of course free of charge for you and serves not only your comfort on board the aircraft but also your safety.
Liquids, aerosols and gels in hand baggage
For security reasons, only a limited amount of liquids may be taken into the aircraft cabin on flights and connecting flights that start in the EU. The regulations apply to all liquids, aerosols, gels, pastes, lotions, foams, creams, jellies, mixtures of liquids and solids, and all other articles of a similar consistency.
1. Liquids in containers with a maximum volume of 100 ml
You are permitted to take a total of one litre of liquids with you into the aircraft cabin. Please note however that these must be filled in individual containers of no more than 100 ml each. All liquids must be packed in a transparent, resealable plastic bag. Only one such plastic bag per person is permitted.
Please remember to present the liquids separately at the security control.
2. Medication and special foods
Medication and special foods such as baby food can of course still be taken on board. You are simply required to demonstrate the necessity of these liquids. Please understand that we may require a medical certificate.
3. Duty-free articles in a sealed security bag
The carrying of all liquids purchased from duty-free shops after passenger screening is of course still permitted. The duty-free articles must be sealed at purchase together with the receipt in a security bag with red border and sealed. Please note that this only applies to articles with a receipt from the same day.