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Cabin Baggage dimensions for different airlines

9 Oct 2020
by Willy van Knippenberg

Are you looking for hand luggage that is suitable for most airlines? Then we advise you to buy a bag with the maximum dimensions 55x35x20 cm. This format complies with the proposed IATA guidelines and is suitable for most airlines.

In this Blog we have made an overview of the maximum cabin baggage dimensions that popular airlines use. In our webshop you can also quickly filter on the airline you fly the most. It couldn't be easier.

Ryanair cabin baggage dimensions

Ryanair cabin baggage dimensions

As standard, Ryanair allows you to take 1 small bag on board that fits under the seat in front of you. This bag may have a maximum size of 20 x 25 x 40 cm. Do you have a Ryanair Priority ticket? You can take two pieces of carry-on bags with you. For example, a small bag and a 10 kg trolley or travel backpack with a maximum size of 55 x 40 x 20 cm. Click here for our Tortuga Ryanair-compatible carry-on travel bags.

Easyjet cabin baggage dimensions

Easyjet cabin baggage dimensions

You may take ONE piece of carry-on luggage on board. That offers just enough space for a few nights away. There is no weight limit, but you should be able to lift it into the overhead compartment yourself.

Easyjet checks the dimensions of your cabin baggage before you board. If your travel bag is larger than the maximum size allowed, 56 x 45 x 25 cm (including handles and wheels), it cannot be taken on board and you will have to pay a surcharge. Your luggage can therefore no longer be taken as hand luggage but must still be checked in. Click here for our collection of Tortuga cabin baggage that is suitable for Easyjet

Eurowings cabin baggage dimensions

Eurowings cabin baggage dimensions

Each Eurowings passenger is allowed to take on board one piece of cabin baggage with a maximum weight of 8 kg and with maximum dimensions of 55 x 40 x 23 cm. Foldable clothing covers are excluded from this. These are valid up to a size of 57 x 54 x 15 cm as carry-on luggage. Click here for our collection of Tortuga cabin baggage that is suitable for Eurowings

Transavia cabin baggage dimensions

transavia cabin baggage dimensions

Transavia allows you to take 1 piece of carry-on luggage per person on the plane. Luggage with a green label is always allowed in the cabin. Place this luggage under the seat in front of you. Take into account a size of max 45 x 40 x 25 cm. Baggage with a red label may be returned to Transavia at the gate on busy flights. Transavia then transports these in the hold for free, so this does not actually count as hand luggage. (with the difference that you do not have to check in the luggage). Click here for our collection of Tortuga hand luggage that is suitable for Transavia

Corendon cabin baggage dimensions

Corendon cabin baggage dimensions

At Corendon, your hand luggage may only consist of a small handbag, laptop bag or backpack with maximum dimensions of 40 x 20 x 25 cm and must be placed under the seat in front of you. Hand luggage cannot be taken in the luggage bins above your seat. Please note: everything must fit in 1 piece of hand luggage, including laptops, handbags, etc. Inflatable objects, including inflatable balls for sports purposes such as footballs, are not allowed on board. Click here for our collection of Tortuga cabin baggage that is suitable for Corendon

Cabin Baggage dimensions for other airliners.

AIRLINEHxLxD
KLM55x35x25 cm
Aeroflot55x40x20 cm
Air Europa55x35x25 cm
Air France55x35x25 cm
American Airlines56x36x23 cm
Arkefly55x40x25 cm
British Airways56x45x25 cm
Delta56x35x23 cm
Emirates55x38x20 cm
Finn air56x45x25 cm
Lufthansa55x40x23 cm
Qantas Airways56x36x23 cm
Qatar Airways50x37x25cm
Swiss55x40x23 cm
Turkish Airlines55x40x23 cm
Virgin Atlantic56x36x23 cm
Wizz Air40x30x20 cm

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Hiking backpacks aren’t much better. You pack the top-loading, enormous caverns like a garbage bag, not a suitcase. They aren’t carry on sized. They aren’t organized. And they’re annoying to pack and unpack -- nothing like dumping out your entire bag just to find one wrinkled T-shirt.

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