A Guide To Hand Luggage Sizes & Restrictions

A Guide To Hand Luggage Sizes & Restrictions

IS YOUR CURRENT LUGGAGE RIGHT FOR YOU? 

Airlines around the world have different size and weight restrictions for carry on luggage. In some cases you could be charged extra if your bag is too heavy or too large, or you may be asked to check it into the hold. Both of which can be at the very least inconvenient and at worst very expensive. We advise that before you travel, check how your current cabin bag stacks up versus the restrictions of the airline you are travelling with. We have created a handy guide below for all of the main European airlines. The size of your bag is measured 'height x width x depth' and the weight is measured in kilograms. 

HAVE YOU CONSIDERED UPGRADING YOUR LUGGAGE? 

As airline restrictions can vary between carriers, we recommend using a Caribee Voyager 35 for your next trip. Not only is it a high quality, durable and compact trolley case, but its dimensions are 50 x 35 x 20cm, meaning that is complies with all of the airlines listed below. This will ensure you never have to worry about the size of your cabin bag again! You will though still need to keep an eye on the weight of your case and so we recommend getting yourself a luggage scale

Caribee Voyager 35 Cabin Bag 

 

 AIRLINE RESTRICTIONS GUIDE

Airline Dimensions Max Weight

Ryanair

55 x 40 x 20 cm

10KG

EasyJet

56 x 45 x 25 cm

No max

British Airways

56 x 45 x 25 cm

23KG

Veuling

55 x 40 x 20 cm

10KG

Thomas Cook

55 x 40 x 20 cm

6KG

AirFrance

55 x 35 x 25 cm

12KG

KLM

55 x 35 x 25 cm

12KG

Lufthansa

55 x 40 x 23 cm

8KG

Northweigan

55 x 40 x 23 cm

10KG

Virgin Atlantic

56 x 36 x 23 cm

10KG

American Airlines

56 x 36 x 23 cm

No max

United Airlines

56 x 35 x 22 cm

No max

Emirates

56 x 38 x 20 cm

7KG

Etihad

50 x 40 x 21 cm

7KG

Delta

56 x 35 x 23 cm

No Max

Aer Lingus

55 x 40 x 24 cm

10KG

 

Please note: that whilst we endeavour to keep all of the information on this guide up to date, we recommend that you double check with your airline before you travel.