What’s my carry-on baggage allowance?
Your carry-on allowance depends on the type of fare you have purchased. If you have a Starter fare, your carry-on allowance is 2 items with a combined weight of 7kg.
Maximum 2 items
1 main item + 1 small item = combined weight 7kg
Must fit in the overhead locker and not exceed 56cm (H) x 36cm (W) x 23cm (D).
Includes items such as a handbag or thin laptop bag; must fit under seat.
Before you start packing, learn more about what you can bring on board.
Increasing your allowance
Sometimes 7kg isn't enough.
With 14kg you can bring 2 items:
To get a carry-on allowance of 14kg, purchase one of the following*:
*Selected routes only. Subject to availability.
Not quite enough? Purchase checked baggage.
Things to know
Avoid fees at the airport
Our weight and item limits adhere to safety requirements and the limited capacity of our cabins. Carry-on allowances also help streamline the boarding process so you can get to your destination sooner.
We monitor baggage at the airport and excess baggage fees apply if you exceed your allowance. Your baggage may also need to be transferred to the hold and checked in.
Purchase 7kg of extra carry-on baggage
Pack a little more by increasing your carry-on allowance to 14kg. You can bring 2 items: a main item weighing a max of 10kg and a small item.
Limited availability. See +7kg Extra Carry-On Baggage.
Spare lithium batteries must be packed as carry-on baggage. Read all about baggage restrictions at Dangerous goods page, Prohibited items and, if flying from an international terminal, Liquids, aerosol and gel limits.
Family & Infants
While infants under two travelling on your lap do not have their own carry-on baggage allowance, there are some additional checked baggage allowances.
Essential medication must be labelled with identifying information. Airport staff may request proof of medical need. Hypodermic needles must be declared.