When you fly, there are limits to the weight and/or number of pieces of baggage you can check in or carry on board. Certain limitations and restrictions also apply, and these may differ by country and airline. Your check-in and cabin baggage may also be subjected to security measures mandated by the relevant authorities.
Since you won’t have access to baggage that you have checked in, we recommend that you carry all your travel documents, medication and valuables in your cabin baggage, which will be with you throughout your flight. You should also remember to label your checked baggage with your name and contact information.
Learn more about checked baggage allowances
Learn more about cabin baggage allowances
Learn more about non-standard baggage
Learn more about additional baggage charges
Learn more about lost or mishandled baggage