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Cabin baggage

Summary: Cabin baggage allowances vary by airline and ticket type. Check your e-ticket for more info.

Cabin baggage is also known as carry-on or hand luggage. You take it through security into the plane and keep it close to you, either under the seat or in the overhead compartment.

How to add more baggage
  • If the airline allows more baggage to be added to your booking, you can do this with Manage My Booking.
Quantity and dimensions
  • Check your e-ticket or Manage My Booking for details about the quantity and dimensions of the items you’re allowed to bring.
    • This info is also shown on the booking page before you pay.
  • Most airlines allow one cabin bag and one personal item. But this varies from airline to airline. 
  • For example on Norwegian Air, you can take the following with a maximum combined weight of 10kg.
    • One personal item e.g. handbag or laptop bag of 25x33x20 cm. 
    • One cabin bag of 55x40x23 cm.
Cabin baggage tips
  • It's best to transport your electronic items in your cabin baggage.
  • Be careful not to pack prohibited items in your cabin baggage, like liquids/gels and anything sharp.
  • It's safer to keep your valuables in your cabin baggage rather than in your checked baggage.

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