Passengers are allowed to carry certain light and small objects as carry-on luggage (e.g., handbag, camera, laptop, etc) as long as they do not exceed 6 kg and do not measure more than 25 x 35 x 45 cm. If the carry-on luggage does not meet any of these conditions, it must be checked in for stowing in the hold. You are informed that, for safety reasons, once you are on board the aircraft the carry-on luggage must be placed under the seat or in the overhead bin; if this is not possible, it must be stowed in the hold.
IMPORTANT: In International flights, the hand baggage must always be identified as such at the check-in desks with the relevant labels. The passenger who presents himself for boarding with unidentified baggage must pay the cost of an additional case (€150).
For security reasons, everyday objects that may be used as an offensive or defensive weapon (scissors, metal files, nail cutters, letter openers, paper cutters, aerosols, walking sticks, etc) must be checked in as luggage and cannot be carried on board the aircraft. For the same security reasons, the transport of some articles or products in carry-on luggage is limited.
Somedevices as hoverboards, air wheels and solo wheels are nowbanned in bothcarryonhandbaggage and checkedholdluggage.
Due to a health warning regarding foot-and-mouth disease, it is prohibited to transport foodstuffs of animal origin from Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.