Cabin Size Guidelines

Airline

Height(cm)

Width(cm)

Depth(cm)

Cabin
Luggage(kg)

Hold
Luggage(kg)


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Aer Lingus

55

40

24

10

23 

More info

Air Berlin

 55

40 

23

8

23 

More info

American Airlines

 56

36

23

no limit

23

More info

BMI

55 

40

23

12

20

More info

British Airways

 56

 45

25 

 23

23 

More info

 EasyJet

56 

 45

25 

no limit 

20 

More info

 Emirates

55 

38

 20

30 

More info

Etihad Airways 

 50

40 

25 

30 

More info

 FlyBe

55 

 35

20

 10

 20

More info

Euro (German) Wings 

55 

 40

23 

23 

More info

 Jet2

56 

 45

 25

10 

22 

More info

 KLM

55 

 35

25 

12 

23 

More info

 Lufthansa

55 

 40

23 

23 

More info

 Monarch

 56

40 

25 

10 

 20

More info

Qantas

56

36

23

7

30

More info

Ryanair

55

40

20

10

20

More info

Singapore Airlines

55

40

20

7

30

More info

Thomas Cook

55

40

20

6

20

More info

TUI

55

40

20

5

20

More info

Virgin Atlantic

56

36

23

10

23

More info

 

Airline Travel Updates:

18th October 2017 -

Thomson has officially changed their name to TUI.

6th September 2017 -

As of 1st November, Ryanair customers who have not paid for Priority Boarding, Plus, Flexi Plus, or Family Plus will only be able to bring 1 smaller carry-on bag (35 x 20 x 20cm – handbag size really!) on to the plane.

The larger size (55 x 40 x 20cm) will be put in the hold free of charge but will not be permitted onto the plane as cabin luggage.

Customers who have paid for Priority Boarding, Plus, Flexi Plus, or Family Plus can continue to take 2 pieces of hand luggage (1 at 55 x 40 x 20cm and 1 at 35 x 20 x 20cm).

Ryanair has also announced they will be reducing their fees for checked in luggage from £35 to £25. At the same time, they are lowering checked-bag fees and increasing the check-in bag allowance from 15kg to 20kg.