Depending on the class of travel passengers can bring on board:
Hand luggage must fit in the overhead shelf on board or under the preceding front passenger's seat.
In case of flights operated by AT4, AT7 and DH4 aircrafts "Delivery at aircraft" procedure applies. The cabin baggage will be loaded into the hold before boarding and given back to the passenger after landing.
Below the permitted size of cabin baggage:
Note: In case of exceeding the allowed limit of hand baggage an Excess Baggage charge will be applied.
In addition to the above cabin baggage allowance, the following items may be carried free of charge:
The handicapped passengers are allowed to carry additionally on board the following necessary items:
For details concerning transportation of medical devices, please contact our Call Center
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Restrictions on the transport of liquids in hand luggage
On flights originating in the European Union, liquids may be taken on board in limited quantities only.
The definition of liquids includes (among other items):
Containers with liquids and similar products with a capacity of 100 ml each are permitted (effective maximum capacity is indicated on the label). All containers with liquids must fit into a plastic bag with a capacity of not more than 1 litre.
Restrictions apply on the transport of liquids in hand luggage for travel originating outside the European Union.
If liquids were purchased earlier in a port outside the EU, such purchases should be prepared for security checks, during which the liquids may be confiscated by the relevant authorities. It is recommended, in the case of purchases of liquids in a duty-free zone in a country outside of the EU, to advise the seller of the continuation of travel through a transit port of a EU country and the consequent necessity of packing the purchase in a suitable manner with visible proof of purchase within the last 36 hours.
Countries from which liquids carried by passengers may be exempted from security checks during transfers at European airports are: Canada, the United States, Malaysia (KUL), Republic of Singapore (SIN).
This rule also applies to liquids purchased in the European Union in the course of continuing travel through or to the ports listed above.