General baggage information
Airlines do have very different rules concernig weight and numbers of piece of baggage you are allowed to take with you. Please contact your airline directly for further information.
The measurements of cabin baggage differ, so please ask your airline before departure.
Only limited quantities of liquids, such as drinks, gels and creams, may be taken in cabin baggage on board flights departing from EU airports. Passengers are therefore requested to avoid liquids in cabin baggage as far as possible. Liquids in containers with a capacity under 100ml are allowed, and only when transported in a transparent, resealable plastic bag with a maximum capacity of one litre. These regulations apply for all flights to all destinations. Medications and special dietary requirements, for example nutritional drinks for diabetics and baby food for travelling infants, may also be carried in cabin baggage outside of the plastic bag, when they will be needed during the flight.
Passengers are required to present these liquids to security personnel and, when requested, to provide proof (e.g. a prescription) of the in-flight need for these items.
You can check-in oversized baggage at our check-in counter and bring it afterwards to the bulky luggage counter in the terminal. Please check in advance terms and conditions for bulky luggage with your airline.