Baggage allowance

Luggages are not always included in the ticket price. Passengers should consult the airline’s conditions relating to hold baggage allowances and cabin bag size and weight restrictions before travelling. These are different for each airline. Cabine sizers are available at the airport.

For confirmation, all luggage excess, special equipment (i.e. golf clubs, skis, surf-boards…) please contact your airline directly.

Golden rules for your luggage

  • Never leave your luggage unattended, even for a short interval, as they would become suspect and might be destroyed.
  • Never accept bags or packages from anyone, for whatever reason.
  • Report all suspicious luggage or packages
  • Carry your medicines and prescriptions with you.
  • Never carry valuables in your checked luggage.
  • Mark your name and address clearly both inside and outside your luggage.
  • Pack fragile items carefully.

Check Luggage

For safety reasons and according to national and international laws, it is forbidden to carry dangerous items in your check luggage

  • ammunition and primers, detonators and fuses, grenades and other military explosives
  • fireworks and other pyrotechnic items
  • bombs and smoke canisters
  • powder and plastic explosive
  • gas, propane, butane (camping gas bottles)
  • inflammable liquids (paints, glues, refills for lighters)
  • inflammable solids and reactive substances (matches, cigarette lighters)
  • lighters, fireworks, signalling flares
  • oxidizers and organic peroxides
  • bodywork repair kits
  • toxic, infectious and corrosive (car batteries) substances
  • radioactive materials

For more details about luggage restrictions, you can contact the DGAC (Direction Générale de l’Aviation Civile):

Hand Luggage

Only one hand luggage is authorized in cabin on all flights. They must fit in the luggage rack or under the seat in the plane.

For safety reasons and according to national and international laws, it is forbidden to carry dangerous items with you.

Are prohibited in checked baggage :

  • Firearms, toys, copies and imitation firearms ;
  • Sharp knives and instruments ;
  • Blunt objects: bat baseball, skateboarding, sticks… ;
  • Chemical and biological substances ;
  • Liquids, aerosols, gels and pastes in containers of more than 100ml (drinks, mineral water, soup, perfume, lotion, shower gel, toothpaste, deodorant, foundation, mascara …)

However, you can:

  • Make travel in the hold, taking care to place them in your luggage before you register them
  • Take them in the cabin if :
    • You strictly adhere to the regulations: they must be collected in a transparent plastic bag closed with a maximum capacity of one liter (20x20cm or 18x22cm), packaging of each product can not exceed a capacity of 100 ml;
    • Where it is essential to the person in containers of more than 100ml, that they are to be used during the trip and meet a special medical or dietary requirement, including baby food (covers cases of allergies (lactose, gluten…) and diseases (diabetes…) that require specific foods without which the passenger’s health is threatened. (provide documentation from a relevant qualified medical professional)

Put your liquids separately from your cabin baggage so that they are inspected during your visit at the security checkpoint. Exceptionally, security officers may have to open the bottles or vials to control the content and for safety reasons, the liquid may be refused payload.

Spare lithium batteries and e-cigarettes must be carried in cabin only.

Objects allowed in cabin

What kind of food (cheese, pâté, pasta…) can I put in my hand luggage?
You can carry solid food, but no soups, sauces, etc. Generally speaking, liquid or malleable products are prohibited: for instance soft or runny cream cheeses are not authorized in the cabin. opaque containers over 100ml, such as tinned food, are forbidden whatever their contents. All such products may, however, be purchased with no restrictions in duty-free shops.