What can you bring into the cabin? From size and weight limits to prohibited items and transporting liquids, find out all you need to know to prepare your hand baggage.
- in small quantities (100 ml max. per product),
- placed in a resealable, clear plastic bag (freezer bag) of a maximum volume of 1 liter. You must seal the bag and all items must fit easily inside. A single plastic bag is permitted per passenger.
- medical substances necessary for your health – please note: airport security agents may ask you to verify the substance (possibly by tasting),
- specific nutritional substances without which you cannot travel (for lactose intolerance, gluten allergies, etc.),
- baby food,
- medicines prescribed by a doctor, accompanied by an official document proving their necessity (prescription, medical certificate in your name, etc.).
- Are you traveling within the European Union*? You can purchase duty-free liquids at the airport or on board, as long as they remain in a sealed plastic bag and are accompanied by the receipt.
- Are you departing from a non-European country but connecting in a European airport*? Do not purchase duty-free liquids outside of the European Union or on board, as they will be confiscated by security during your connection.
* Including Norway, Iceland, and Switzerland.