All airlines place limits on the number, the size, and the weight of what you can carry on to a flight with you. Check with your airline for any specific hand luggage policies and the number of items of baggage that can be taken onto the aircraft. Usually the dimensions of your hand luggage must be no larger than:
The following safety regulations on hand luggage apply to all departures and onward flights from EU airports, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland:
The transportation of medications, baby food and special nutrition needed on board is permitted outside of the plastic bag.
Please note, that the following items must be presented seperately at the security controls:
Items and bags not meeting these requirements may not be taken on board the aircraft.
All items you purchase on board must be transported in a sealed plastic container and marked with the flight number and date. The colleagues on board the aircraft will be happy to do this for you. In the event that you urgently require other liquids and wish to check these in with your luggage, please pack these in such a way that they are secure against knocks, leakage and breakage. We cannot accept liability for any damage to luggage that has been checked in. The EU regulations for cabin baggage apply to all destinations from Austria, including the USA. The new rules will still permit passengers to buy under certain conditions larger quantities of liquids at airport shops beyond the point where boarding passes are controlled.