Easyjet, Jet2, Ryanair, British Airways, TUI rules as airlines start crackdown on hand luggage

According to The Atlantic, planes are not designed to carry are now with passengers carrying on more and bigger stuff than the aircraft can accommodate.

Few airlines are starting to decrease the amount of hand luggage passengers can bring on board. The Atlantic states that planes are not meant to hold as like as they currently do with passengers bringing in bigger stuff that aircraft can accommodate.

David you who has craft cabin interiors for 20 years warned I would say we are at breaking point. We have hit as big as we can go.

He expressed ” Maybe we do not need carry ons at all. Someones needs to step out and say. We are not doing this anymore. This is not the right experience fro air travel.

British Airways allows passengers one personal bag no larger than 40cm x 30cm x15cm and 1 cabin bag no mega than 56cmx45cm 25cm weighing up to 23kg.

Easyjet allows one personal bag measuring no mega than 45cm x36cm x 20cm. With Jet2 passengers can take one personal item fits under the seat and 1 cabin no larger than 56cm x45cm x25cm that weigh up to 10kg.

TUI passengers can have 1 personal item that fits under seat in front and one cabin bag no larger than 55cm x40cm x20cm weigh up to 10kg.

They expressed that the fee was simply an incentive for our airport consumer servce agents to help ensure compliance with policies.

Ryanair flights a passenger personal bag must not exceed 40cm x 20 cm x 25cm

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