What's my cabin luggage allowance?
For the comfort and safety of all passengers CityJet must restrict cabin baggage to one piece per passenger of maximum 12kg, check dimensions below, and one personal item: a handbag/purse or a briefcase or a camera bag or a laptop.
Cabin /Hand baggage may be labelled at check-in and must weigh under 12kgs in total.
This allowance is subject to restrictions and conditional on operational constraints on the day of travel, it may be necessary to place cabin baggage in the aircraft hold.
Cabin / Hand baggage must be small enough to fit in an overhead compartment or under your seat. Cabin baggage that exceeds the dimensions and maximum weight allowed or will not fit under the seat or in an overhead compartment will not be accepted in the passenger cabin and must be carried in the aircraft hold as checked baggage.
Hand baggage must comply with the following dimensions to qualify as acceptable for transport in the aircraft cabin:
Avro RJ85 aircraft, hand baggage dimensions: 55cm length x 35cm height x 25cm width.
Fokker 50 aircraft, hand baggage dimensions: 47.5cm length x 35cm height x 20cm width.
Wheels and handles must be included in the total dimensions.
Governments and Airport Authorities have directed that for security reasons, all knives, sharp objects or cutting implements of any kind whether metal or otherwise and some sporting goods must be placed in your checked baggage.
'Sporting goods' include but are not limited to: sporting bats, snooker cues, hurley or hockey sticks, tennis rackets and catapults. If you are carrying any such item, they must be packed in your checked baggage.
Cabin/Hand Baggage Security regulations:
As per EC Regulation 1546/2006 only very small quantities of liquids and gels may be brought through passenger screening. Containers must be no more than 100 millilitres capacity and held in a transparent re-sealable plastic bag (which must be sealed). Bags must be less than 1 litre capacity (approx. 20cm x 20cm). 1 plastic bag is allowed per passenger. Medicines, Special Diet Products and Baby Foods are allowed if essential for use during the trip and passengers may be asked to prove that these products are genuine. For more information check 2.6