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Carry On Baggage

Pre-screening of excess carry-on baggage will be performed at the boarding gate. Any baggage exceeding the allowance will be charged.

Applicable to Customers travelling on or after 1 Oct 2021,

Each Customer can carry 2 items, including one Cabin Baggage and one Small Personal Item.


ONE Cabin baggage

Must fit in the shared overhead compartment and
not exceed 56 (L) x 36 (W) x 23 (H) cm (22” x 14” x 9”) and not exceed 7kg


ONE Small Personal Item

Such as small handbag, laptop bag, small backpack and camera bag;
must fit under seat in the front and
not exceed 40 (L) x 25 (W) x 20 (H) cm (15.7 x 10” x 8”)


All airport purchases count as Carry On Baggage

 

  • Any excess baggage will be charged according to airport counter fees.
  • Due to limited space in the overhead compartments, you may still be required to check-in your approved carry-on baggage at the boarding gate without any fees. Please line up for boarding earlier as overhead compartments will be filled on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

Many countries have strict restrictions on the carriage of liquids, aerosols and gels in the cabin. These restrictions include:

  • Liquids, gels and aerosols must be in containers with capacity of 100ml or less.
  • Containers must be presented at security in a transparent, re-sealable plastic bag with maximum capacity not to exceed 1L.
  • The plastic bag must be presented to security separately from other cabin baggage for examination at the security check point.

To ensure the safety and comfort of all our Customers onboard, inflight comfort devices or accessories including, but not limited to, inflatable seat extenders, JetKids bed boxes, leg hammocks, baby hammocks are prohibited for use onboard our aircrafts.

  • Substances exceeding 12 ounces or 350ml may only be carried in checked baggage. Examples of substances that may be subject to scrutiny or restricted from carry on include cosmetic powders, dry spices and protein powders.
  • Substances such as baby formula, cremated human remains, and medically prescribed items are exempt, but may be subject to additional security screening.

For information regarding carriage of lithium batteries, please click here.

Apple has recently initiated a battery recall programme for MacBook Pro Retina, 15-inch units that were sold between Sep 2015 and Feb 2017 due to the batteries’ potential overheating and fire safety risk. This recall programme applies to selected serial numbers only which can be verified on Apple Inc’s website. As such, Customers are advised not to bring said devices which contain lithium batteries identified under the above-mentioned recall programme on board an aircraft, until they have been repaired or replaced as per the manufacturer’s advice.