Cabin baggage

1 cabin baggage

Only one cabin bag...

You’re only allowed one piece of cabin baggage on board that must not exceed 56cm x 36cm x 23cm including handles, wheels and side pockets. This baggage must be able to fit in the overhead compartment.

1 x cabin baggage

...and one small bag

In addition to that, you may carry one piece of  laptop bag, handbag, backpack or any other small item. This item must be able to fit under the seat in front of you. 

The combined weight for both cabin baggage and small bag must not exceed 7kg.

1 laptop bag OR  1 hand bag
 1 x laptop in its carrier 
with its accessories
 1 x handbag 
(male / female)
Important notice:
  1. Boxes and hiking backpacks are not considered as cabin baggage and must be checked in.
  2. Multiple items that are strapped, wrapped or tied together will not be counted as one piece of cabin baggage.

Need to carry more?

If your cabin baggage is overweight, oversized or exceeds the allowed quantity, you’ll need to check in them in at the airport counter. Airport checked baggage fees apply.

In cases where you are at the boarding gate and you do not meet our cabin baggage policy, we will need to check in your cabin baggage. This will incur a gate baggage fee.

Find out more on our complete list of fees and charges.

Did you know?
You can use the baggage measurement gauges at the airport to determine if your cabin baggage fits our cabin baggage policy.

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Cabin baggage allowance for infants and children

Infants below the age of 2 years are not allocated any cabin baggage allowance. Children age 2 years and above will be given the same allocation of cabin baggage allowance as mentioned above.

When travelling with infants or children, your prams, strollers and buggies cannot be brought on board but can be checked in for free. Any form of child car seats must also be checked in but will be part of your purchased checked baggage allowance.

Carriage of Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs)

If you’re boarding an international flight, you’ll need to adhere to international regulations regarding the carriage of liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs):

  • LAG items such as drinks, creams, perfumes, sprays, gels and toothpaste must be in containers that have a maximum capacity of 100 ml
  • All LAG containers should fit comfortably in a transparent re-sealable plastic bag
  • You’re limited to only one transparent re-sealable plastic bag with a volume no greater than one litre and dimension no larger than 20 cm x 20 cm

Medication and food for special dietary requirements including baby food are permitted in your cabin baggage in a reasonable quantity for your flight. They must be declared and may be subject to additional security checks.

LAGs that do not meet the regulations will be disposed.

Duty Free Purchases

Duty-free items purchased at the airport will not form part your cabin baggage allowance provided it is within the duty free allowance of your destination country. Items need to be packed in a Security Tamper-Evident Bag, remain sealed and accompanied with proof of purchase until your final destination.

All other purchases including free gifts from duty free outlets will count as part of your cabin baggage allowance.

Important notice:
Regulations regarding the carriage of duty-free items may vary depending on each airport operator’s policies. If unsure, please check with your local duty-free store personnel.

Carriage of Dangerous Goods

There are items that you can or cannot carry in your cabin baggage. Make sure that the contents in your baggage complies with our carriage of dangerous goods guide.

Carriage of cabin baggage are subject to our terms and conditions of carriage and any local regulations.