Before departure, it is necessary to familiarise yourself with the regulations regarding the hand baggage allowances applicable for each carrier. See the airline website for required information. For charter flights, the information is provided by travel agencies.
The most important rules regarding checked baggage:
- The number of checked baggage pieces and their maximum allowable weight is defined by each carrier. See the rules defined on Ryanair.
- The unused allowance for checked baggage is not transferrable on other passengers.
- Children up to 2 years of age are not included in the baggage allowance and the prams or cots are transported free of charge (however, only 1 piece when an infant is a passenger on a flight).
Out of concern for passengers’’ health and safety, airlines do not admit baggage items of weight exceeding 32 kg and dimensions exceeding 81cm (height), 119 cm (width) and 119 cm (depth). This limitation does not include moving devices (e.g. wheelchairs).
For all information regarding the baggage transport rules and the price list for additional services see: Ryanair.
Passengers on charter flights will be provided with detailed information regarding rules, allowances and baggage transport conditions by the travel agency selling a given trip.