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Hand luggage

All hand luggage sold by Travelkit is specifically designed to fit into the maximum admissible size for each of the respective airlines. From now on, you can avoid queues to place your luggage in the hold. Unlike other similar products, with Travelkit you will benefit from a high-quality luggage, specifically designed to be small and compact but at the same time lightweight and robust. Travelkit hand luggage is ideal for those who travel frequently to business or for short periods of time.

Everything you need to know about hand luggage

Here you can find everything you need to know about luggage when you fly by hand.

Hand baggage in short:

The Airline Maximum size of hand baggage Max allowed hand baggage
Aegean 56x45x25 cm 8 kg
Aeroflot 55x40x20 cm 10 kg
airberlin 55x40x23 cm 8 kg
Air Europa 55x35x25 cm 10 kg
Air France 55x35x25 cm 12 kg
Air Moldova 50x40x25 cm 8 kg
Air Serbia 55x40x20 cm 8 kg
Alitalia 55x35x25 cm 8 kg
Austrian 55x40x23 cm 8 kg
Blue Air 55x40x20 cm 10 kg
British Airways 56x45x25 cm 23 kg
Flydubai 56x45x25 cm 7 kg
German Wings 55x40x20 cm 8 kg
KLM 55x35x25 cm 12 kg
LOT 55x40x23 cm 8 kg
Lufthansa 55x40x23 cm 8 kg
Pegasus 55x40x20 cm 8 kg
RyanAir 55x40x20 cm 10 kg
Turkish Airlines 55x40x23 cm 8 kg
Tarom Airbus / Boeing 55x40x20 cm 10 kg
Tarom ATR 35x30x20 cm 10 kg
Wizz Air 42x32x25 cm N/A

Find below, in detail, all the luggage information when traveling with hand luggage:

Hand baggage

Hand baggage - the one you take with you on an airplane - is usually Free on Common Airlines (Watchout - not true for Low-Cost airlines) if it fits within the maximum size and maximum weight accepted by that airline. Typically, only one baggage per passenger is allowed.

Low cost airlines may have different rules and we recommend:

What can you bring on board your aircraft in your hand luggage?

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We recommend that you keep all fragile electronics such as laptop, tablet and more in your hand luggage to keep them close and protect them from possible damage.

Liquids should be transported in containers of up to 100ml, placed in a single 1 liter resilient transparent bag. The notion of liquids includes: water, beverages, soups, syrups, creams, oils, lotions, perfumes, sprays, foams, gels, pastes (including toothpaste), mascara and any other similar items.

Liquids, sprays, gels, etc. purchased from duty-free shops in the airport or in the airplane must be packed in a secured and sealed bag and the products together with the receipt must remain inside the bag during the journey.

Medicines and baby food are pre-made in your hand baggage, but it is possible for some medications to have to read the prescription from your doctor.

It is strictly forbidden to carry in your luggage:

  • Compressed air or CO2 weapons, firearms and other equipment capable or apparently capable of launching projectiles and causing injury to persons, including: firearms of any kind, toy weapons including replicas that may be passed as real, any components except for rifles, CO2 or compressed air guns, signaling or starting guns, sporting competitions, springs, crossbows or arrows, harpoons or underwater weapons, swords or catapults of any kind.
  • Equipment designed to paralyze or immobilize, including: electroshocks, spraying gas, irritant or pepper spray or animal spray.
  • Any sharp-pointed or sharp-edged objects capable of being used to injure a person, including "knives, quilts, daggers, axes, torso, ice breakers, razor blades, cutters, scissors, sharpened martial arts equipment or with sharp edges, swords or swords of any kind.
  • Work equipment and tools including: wounds, drills and spirals, including battery-operated drilling machines, tools that can be used including guns, screwdrivers or chisels, saws and cutting machines including portable ones, torches and gas lamps, pistols and Nail and Snap /
  • Bustling instruments and items such as baseball balls, sticks and self defense sticks, martial arts equipment
  • Explosive and incendiary substances and equipment such as: ammunition, explosive seals, detonators and wicks, mines, grenades and other explosive military equipment, fireworks and other pyrotechnic, fumigant, dynamite, rifle and explosives.

In view of the frequent changes that affect airlines' offers and regulations, for safety, we also recommend that you check the official website of the company you are about to fly.