Only one hand baggage is allowed on board maximum weight 5 kgs, the sum of the dimensions not superior than 115 cm (example: 55x40x20 cm). Passengers are required to store any personal clothing (such as jackets, pullover etc) in the hand baggage before boarding or inside special disposable containers as per current legislation. (DPCM 14.07.2020)

Italy, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Egypt, Jordan, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Sapain
5 Kg
15 Kg

Cuba, Jamaica, Kenya, Madagascar, Maldives, Mexico, Oman, Dominican Republic, Thailandia, Tanzania
5 Kg
20 Kg Economy Class
30 Kg Premium Class
5 Kg
23 Kg Economy Class
30 Kg Premium Class
10 Kg Infant
5 Kg
23 Kg

Liquids in the cabin

In the hand luggage liquids are allowed in small quantity. They must be held in containers of 100 ml (1/10 of a litre) maximum capacity each or equivalent (e.g. 100 gr); such containers must be placed in a see-through sealable plastic bag with a maximum capacity of 1 litre (for example, with dimension of 18cm x 20cm). It should be possible to seal such bag with all its content (meaning that all containers must fit in it). For each passenger (babies included) only one plastic bag of the above mentioned dimensions will be allowed. Medicines and liquids being prescribed for diet purposes, including baby foods, are allowed outside the bag, without any limitation of volume. The liquids include: water and other drinks, soups, syrup, creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, sprays, gel (including hair and shower gels), pressurized containers including shaving foam, other foams and deodorants, pastes including toothpaste, liquid and solid mixtures, mascara.

It is possible:

  • to transport, inside the hand luggage, possibly limiting to what is necessary during the flight, medicines and diet products, including baby foods. It may be necessary to show proof of the necessity and authenticity of such items;

  • to buy liquids such as drinks and perfumes, keeping the receipt of the purchase, in the shops, in the Duty Free shops located beyond the security checks and on board the aircraft’s operated by the Airlines of the European Union. The products being purchased at the Duty Free shops or on board the above mentioned aircrafts will be handed to the passengers in sealed bags which should only be opened at the final destination. If opened before, such liquids may be seized at the security checks while passing through transit airports.

Further information on the website Enac