Keep hand luggage light for easy travelling.
- First Class/Business Class passengers – two pieces each
- Economy Class passengers – one piece each
- Each cabin baggage must not weigh more than 7 kg
- Infants - one bag with maximum dimension of 115 cm (45 inch), which may be carried as cabin baggage and one fully collapsible baby pushchair or stroller or carrying basket. The weight of the allowed items may not exceed 05 kg (11 lbs) in total
Each piece must not exceed the following dimensions:
Cabin baggage exceeding the dimension and weight or the number allowed, must be checked as check-in baggage.
We recommend you take anything you may need on the flight with you, including medication and keys. All medication should have a professional pharmaceutical label on the container if you are transporting medication in your carry-on luggage. If you require a medical syringe, you must have the needle guard intact.
In addition to your carry-on baggage, passenger may bring any one of the following personal items as cabin baggage:
Cabin baggage must be stowed underneath the seat in front of the passenger or in the overhead compartment. Please note that security items such as knives, nail clippers, blades, or any sharp and/or pointed objects must be removed from cabin baggage and packed in checked baggage. You must be able to activate any electronic devices at the security checkpoint. If you are unable to do so, you must pack these items in your checked baggage.
For security reasons, certain restrictions have been introduced to limit the amount of liquids, aerosols and gels (LAG) that passengers may include in their cabin baggage on international flights.
At the international departure gate screening point you should remove the resealable bag from your Cabin-baggage so that it can be screened separately. Airport screening staff have the last word on what constitutes a liquid, aerosol or gel and will ensure that all such items are removed and disposed of.
E-cigarettes including e-cigars and other personal vaporizers containing batteries must be removed and safely stowed in carry-on or cabin baggage only. These items MUST not be placed in your checked baggage.
Smoking and recharging of these devices are not permitted onboard an aircraft.
Must be carried in your carry-on baggage only, with a maximum of 2 (two) spare lithium batteries permitted.
Must be individually protected to prevent short circuits by placement in the original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating the terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch, and must not exceed:
For lithium metal or lithium alloy batteries, a lithium content of not more than 2 g.
For lithium ion batteries, a watt-hour rating of not more than 100 Wh.
Small Personal Electronic Devices (PEDs) such as mobile phones, smartphones, mini-tablets, e-readers or MP3 players can become a potential fire hazard if they inadvertently slip or are dropped, crushed and damaged between your seat, especially an electrical adjustable seat.
To prevent crushing, do not move the seat! You must also not use the electrical or mechanical seat functions in an attempt to retrieve the PED.
Call our cabin crew for assistance. Identify the item, and where you suspect it may have dropped or slipped into.
Cabin crew may need to move you and the passenger seated next to you away from the affected area.
Articles containing lithium batteries such as power banks, the primary purpose of which is to provide power to another device, are permitted in carry-on baggage only.