To ensure a seamless boarding process, guarantee an on-time takeoff and enjoy greater comfort within the aeroplane, it is important that your carry-on bag meet the requirements set out below.
55 x 35 x 25 cm.
40 cm x 30 cm x 15 cm.
¹2 pieces (14 kg total).
Please note that...
Baggage policy for flights on SkyTeam Alliance airlines:
Select the airline you are flying with to view its carry-on bag policy at this link.
Babies up to 2 years old can carry a 10 kg piece of luggage as hand luggage with the food, drink and other items they will need during the flight.
Furthermore, if the adult travelling with the baby has a fare with a suitcase, the baby will be entitled to an additional checked suitcase of up to 10 kg
Items containing liquids or substances of similar consistency may be carried, with up to a maximum of 10 containers of 100 ml (1 litre in total).
Medicines must be carried separately from hand luggage and checked baggage for rapid identification and must comply with the regulations on dangerous goods.
In addition to hand luggage, two ensaimadas (packaged together) can be taken per passenger.
Certain items, such as walking sticks and beach umbrellas, can be transported in reasonable quantities on certain flights at no additional cost. These items must not exceed 120 cm in length.
A foldable umbrella or camera can be taken as an accessory in addition to your hand luggage.
In addition to your hand luggage, you can take one of the following items on your flight:
This additional item must fit under the seat in front of you and not exceed the following dimensions: 15 cm (high) x 30 cm (wide) x 40 cm (long).
Air Europa allows passengers to take food to eat during the flight in accordance with the fluid restriction safety regulations.
It should be noted that the destination country may prohibit the introduction of certain types of food into its territory. We recommend contacting the competent authorities of the country to find out the limitations related to the transportation of perishable food. Any type of food that is carried in checked baggage must be properly packed to prevent accidents (they will travel under the passenger's responsibility).
There are strict procedures for the import of certain animal products (meat, milk and products based on them) in the European Union and other countries, as they can carry pathogens responsible for contagious diseases.
We strongly recommend that you contact customs or the competent authorities before travelling to ensure that this food is allowed to be introduced.
It is compulsory to declare amounts in excess of EUR 10,000. In this case, you must go to the office located in Customs, Room 1, Terminal 1 in Madrid.
Download the PDF to find out what you can and can't carry in your baggage: money to be declared, prohibited items, recommendations before flying, etc.
You can carry ashes or cremated human remains as part of your carry-on luggage, as long as they are properly contained in a covered urn without being visible to other passengers. Keep in mind that local authorities at the airports of origin and destination may require certain documents for this transport.
Transporting liquids in hand luggage (drinks, cologne, creams, gels, etc.) is restricted: only containers with a maximum content of 100 millilitres are allowed.
Passengers must put these containers in a self-sealing transparent plastic bag (20 cm x 20 cm approximately) which is separate and available for inspection.
- Water and drinks.
- Perfumes, gels, creams, oils, and lotions, including toothpaste.
- Aerosols, foams, deodorants, and other contents in pressurised containers.
- Any substances of a similar consistency to liquid can be considered a liquid.
You can buy these substances in stores at the airport (after going through security) or during your flight, and carry them as hand baggage.
You can take medicines and baby food in your hand luggage for use during the flight. These items should not be included in the transparent bag and must be presented separately at security.