How much luggage can I bring and what applies to it?

We've collected information here about the rules that apply for luggage at the largest airlines. Remember that airlines may have different rules and that these rules can change on short notice at the airlines. It is completely beyond our control. Any additional costs are paid by the customer. There can also be restrictions regarding what you can bring in your luggage. Note that rules for children under two years may vary, so we recommend visiting the airline's website to find out what their rules are.

Luggage Information | Emirates: 30 kg + 7 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 55 x 38 x 20 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Ryanair: When you book your tickets, you can choose to pay a fee to check in your luggage (two pieces of luggage per person á 20 kg). As of 1 of November 2018, passengers are only allowed to bring carry-on luggage on board which can fit under the seat, (measure: 40 x 20 x 25 cm). If you bring a second piece of carry-on luggage, or if the carry-on luggage does not fit under the seat, you will have to pay an additional fee of EUR25 at the airport. When you book your ticket, you can also book Priority Boarding that includes being able to bring two pieces of carry-on luggage on board (which may not weigh more than 10 kg or exceed 55 x 40 x 20 cm).Read more here.

Luggage Information | Vueling: When you book your tickets, you can choose to pay a fee to check in your luggage that may not weigh more than 23 kg. Carry-on luggage allowance: 10 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 55 x 40 x 20 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Easyjet: When you book your tickets, you can choose to pay a fee to check in your luggage, which may not weigh more than 15 kg or 23 kg per passenger. The total size of each piece of luggage may not exceed 275 cm (to calculate this, add up the length, width, and height of the luggage) + 1 carry-on luggage (measure: 55 x 45 x 25 cm) per passenger, the luggage has no weight limit. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Pegasus: 20 kg + 8 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 20 x 40 x 55 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Baggage Information | Lufthansa: When booking your ticket, you can choose to pay a fee to check in your luggage that may not weigh more than 20 kg. Carry-on luggage allowance: 8 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 55 x 40 x 23 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Norwegian: When you book your tickets, you can choose to pay a fee to check in your luggage (maximum two pieces of luggage per passenger á 20 kg). Carry-on luggage allowance: 10 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 55 x 40 x 23 cm) per passenger. Note: Are you travelling to/from Dubai? Your carry-on luggage should weigh more than 8 kg. Read more here.

Luggage Information | SAS: When you book your tickets, you can choose to pay a fee to check in your luggage, which may not weigh more than 20 kg. Carry-on luggage allowance: 8 kg carry-on baggage (measure: 55 x 40 x 23 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Thai Airways: 30 kg + 7 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 56 x 45 x 25 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Turkish Airlines: 20 kg + 8 kg carry-on baggage (measure: 55 x 40 x 23 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Baggage Information | Wizzair: When you book your tickets, you can choose to pay a fee to check in your luggage (maximum two pieces of luggage per passenger á 20 kg). As of 1 of November 2018, passengers are only allowed to bring carry-on luggage on board that fits under the seat, (measure: 40 x 30 x 20 cm), which may not weigh more than 10 kg.

When you book your tickets, you can book Priority Boarding that allows you to bring one additional piece of carry-on luggage on board (measure: 55 x 40 x 23 cm), which may not weigh more than 10 kg.

Read more here.

Luggage Information | Czech Airlines: 23 kg + carry-on luggage, maximum 8 kg (measure: 55 x 45 x 25 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Aegean Airlines: 23 kg + 8 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 55 x 45 x 25 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | AtlasJet/AtlasGlobal: 30 kg + 8 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 25 x 45 x 56 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Eurowings: 23 kg + 8 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 55 x 40 x 23 cm) per passenger. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Icelandair: 23 kg + 10 kg carry-on luggage per passenger. Maximum total size ( length + width + height) for check in luggage is 158 cm. Read more here.

Luggage Information | Ukraine International Airlines: 23 kg + 5 kg carry-on luggage (measure: 55 x 35 x 15 cm) per passenger. Maximum total size (length + width + height) for checked in luggage is 158 cm. Read more here.

Additional information!

If you haven't included checked-in luggage when you booked your tickets, you can book it in advance with each airline. Log in to your booking/flight on the airline's website by entering the airline's booking reference number.

Luggage Compensation:
In case a piece of baggage is damaged during a flight, a claim of damage (a PIR) must be made before leaving the airport at the destination. Claims for compensation are then made directly to the airline or to your travel insurance company.

Excess Weight
If you have luggage that exceeds the allowed weight, the extra weight will be charged as excess weight at the check-in.

Rules for security control within the EU (including Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Switzerland):

Liquids, gels, and sprays which contain no more than 1 dl (100 ml) can be brought in the carry-on luggage. Bottles, cans, tubes, etc., must be placed (and easily fit) within a transparent one-litre plastic bag that must be sealed. The plastic bag must be resealable, and this type of plastic bag is available at airports.

You may also bring:
Medication, baby food, and liquids that are part of a particular diet you need during the flight. The cabin crew will help you heat baby food on board.

Pack liquid medication, baby food, and dietary food that you can easily show to personnel at the airport security check. They do not need to be placed in plastic bags.

On flights to or from the United States, new regulations apply as of 30 June 2018, regarding the amount of powder (e.g., baby food or protein powder) that can be brought in the carry-on luggage. Passengers may not bring more than 350 ml of powder, and it should preferably be in its original packaging.

One stroller/foldable baby pram/car safety seat per infant may be checked in at no cost.