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Hand baggage

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.

Authorized dimensions and baggage items

Select your cabin to find out what you can take with you.

Need to check in more baggage?
Purchase an additional baggage allowance! You can now use Flying Blue Miles to purchase this option.
Please note: in addition to your baggage allowance, you can transport one bag of duty-free goods per person in the cabin.

This information is valid for all flights provided by Air France. On code-sharing flights, the airline's transport rules may apply.
Baggage allowance for children under 2 years of age
If you are traveling with your infant on your lap, you can carry 1 additional small baggage item in the cabin at no extra charge. This baggage item must weigh less than 12 kg / 26.4 lb and measure less than 55 x 25 x 35 / 21 in x 13 in x 9 in.
A small foldable stroller* (maximum size: 15 cm x 30 cm x 100 cm / 5.9 in x 11.8 in x 39.4 in) may also be accepted in the cabin. All other foldable strollers (maximum size: 55 cm x 35 cm x 25 cm / 21 in x 13 in x 9 in) may be accepted on board as a replacement for the hand baggage allowance for infants.
Learn more about the types of strollers accepted in the cabin via the Air France Shopping site.

Please note: for security reasons, some airports may have to deny access to strollers inside the boarding areas.

* On long-haul flights except on flights between metropolitan France and Pointe-à-Pitre, Fort-de-France, Saint-Martin, Cayenne, Réunion, Seychelles, Mauritius, Punta Cana, Havana, Santo Domingo, and if space is available in the overhead compartments.

Your valuable and fragile items

We recommend you transport all valuable items, fragile items and necessities in your hand baggage.

  • Valuable items: keys, ID cards, important documents, money, valuable objects, jewelry, etc.
  • Necessities: for example, medicine
  • Fragile items: cameras, computers (turned off)

Your electronic devices

Special conditions apply to the use of electronic devices on board. These conditions vary based on the type of device and the flight phase.

  • Electronic devices (mobile phones, tablets, etc.) may be used in the cabin during all phases of flight, as long as these devices are in airplane mode. You must keep these devices in hand or stow them during taxi, takeoff and landing. Laptops and similar large devices must be turned off and stowed during taxi, takeoff and landing.
  • Electronic devices that do not feature an airplane mode must be turned off during all phases of flight, as they may cause interference.
  • Other electronic devices (portable music players, handheld gaming consoles, etc.) may also be used in flight, as long as they do not transmit data (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc.).