Hand luggage

You will soon be flying to one of our destinations and taking hand luggage on board. We make every effort to make this a smooth process for everyone. You can help us out with this. Take hand luggage that fits under your seat. This way, you are guaranteed it will be allowed inside the cabin.

What can you take with you?

  1. You are allowed 1 piece of hand luggage per adult/child.

  2. The maximum weight limit for hand luggage is 10 kg.

  3. Liquids, gels and aerosols may only be taken in hand luggage in separate containers. These containers may be no larger than 100 ml. Place all items in a single transparent, resealable plastic bag, which holds no more than 1 litre. You may take one plastic bag per person.

Recommended size

Max. 45 x 40 x 25 cm

Guaranteed to be allowed on board! That’s because this bag fits under the seat in front of you.

Maximum size

Max. 55 x 40 x 25 cm

Keep in mind that trolleys will be transported as hold luggage on busy flights.

Video: hand luggage and Transavia

Several pieces of hand luggage

You are allowed 1 piece of hand luggage per adult/child. This makes it possible for as many passengers as possible to bring hand luggage with them on board. A purse, laptop bag and, for example, a camera bag also count as 1 piece of hand luggage. Combine several pieces of hand luggage before leaving for the airport. This way, you can board quickly and easily and we can depart on time!

Hand luggage tips

  1. Measure and weigh your hand luggage before leaving for the airport.

  2. Are you taking several pieces of hand luggage with you? Combine them so you are only travelling with 1 piece of hand luggage.

  3. Place valuables such as travel documents, electronics and/or medicines in a separate bag. If your hand luggage ends up being transported as hold luggage, you can easily remove these items and keep them with you during the flight.

  4. Are you travelling with a baby or a child? Read more about luggage allowances for babies and children.

Note: Make sure your hand luggage complies with EU safety regulations.

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