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2019 EasyJet cabin bags and luggage policy explained

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EasyJet 2019 luggage policy made simple

As we travel a lot we’ve learnt that one should be prepared well before each journey. That is why in a series of articles we decided to share useful travel information about baggage policies for the most popular airlines operating not only in Europe but worldwide.

Our followers know that we already started with the budget companies and we’ve covered Ryanair and WizzAir so far and today we will continue with easyJet.

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As a budget airline, easyJet’s has a similar policy to what we’ve seen so far in its direct competitors but there are some specifics to their allowances and cabin luggage policy. Here is their statement in the beginning of 2019:

You can take ONE cabin bag per person on board. There’s no weight limit but you have to be able to lift it into the overhead locker.

Cabin space is limited and there’s only room for up to 70 cabin bags so the overhead lockers fill up quickly. All remaining cabin bags will be put into the hold and can be collected from the baggage carousel on arrival.

Bag size is checked before you board. If the bag is bigger than the maximum 56x45x25cm (including handles and wheels), it can’t go in the cabin and has to be checked in for an additional charge.

If you’re unsure whether your cabin bag fits within the maximum dimensions you can use the bag sizing tool on the easyJet: Travel App.

2019 EasyJet cabin bags and luggage policy explained
easyJet’s cabin bag sizing
More detailed information is available here: Cabin bags and hold luggage

As you are now familiar with easyJet’s baggage policy and rules please make sure to follow them strictly as there are sanctions and the last thing you want in your trip are surprises of that kind.

Do you approve easyJet’s luggage policy or you think it is way to strict? Please let us know if these regulations are customer oriented or they serve only companies’ needs?

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