easyJet allows one item of hand baggage into the c

first_imgeasyJet allows one item of hand baggage into the cabin per person; maximum dimensions are 56 x 45 x 25 cm.If they spot your cabin bag is too big at the airport check-in desk you will be charged £25 per bag. If they spot you at the boarding gate you will be charged £40 and your bag will be checked into the hold.If you bring more than one piece of hand baggage, the extra pieces will be checked into the hold and remember that hand bags, briefcases, laptops and laptop bags are all counted as one piece.If you can’t consolidate your cabin baggage into one single item, one of your bags will be checked into the hold and they will charge you £40.How to beat the baggage chargesPack light! Read our guides:How to pack with cabin baggage onlyLight packing for ladiesWe also recommend the Cabin Max bag – which at 55x40x20cm – allows you almost the maximum amount of baggage space, yet still comes in just under easyJet’s max allowances. Read our review of the Cabin Max bag!ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map As from April 5th 2011, easyJet has increased charges for oversized cabin baggage that needs to be checked into the hold. RelatedDelta baggage restrictions explained and how to maximise your hand luggage allowanceFlying with Delta and need to know how much hand luggage you can carry on board? Or how much free checked luggage you get? Read up on the Delta Airlines baggage allowance, including all of the rules hold and hand luggage – we’ve even sneaked in a few money saving…Ryanair hand luggage explained and how to maximise your cabin baggage allowanceWhat is Ryanair’s luggage allowance and how can you avoid any last-minute hand baggage charges? Here’s everything you need to know…easyJet cabin luggage explained and how to maximise your hand baggage allowanceDon’t get caught out by easyJet hand luggage allowances; here are the latest baggage restrictions, plus a few tips on how to avoid paying cabin bag fees:last_img

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