Hand baggage is luggage that you carry on the plane with you, while hold baggage is luggage that you check-in.
All baggage items, including hand baggage, must be screened, regardless of size.
Items you can take on board in your hand luggage:
You can take:
Laptops and electrical items such as hairdryers are allowed in your hand luggage but are screened separately.
Mobile phone (which must be turned off once the cabin door is shut)
Camera & camera equipment
You can take:
You are allowed to bring medical equipment if it is essential for your journey. The equipment will be screened separately and must be accompanied by supporting documentation from a qualified medical professional, such as a letter from your doctor.
Cooling gel packs – you will need approval from the airline or airport
CPAP & TENS machine
Tablets & capsules – there is no restriction on the number of tablets or capsules you can carry
Essential liquid items
Oxygen cylinders – but always check with your airline first.
Wheelchairs, walking aids and pushchairs are usually permitted but are security screened.
You should always check size limits with your airline and airport before you travel. Airlines may also have their own rules about the number of bags you are allowed to take on the aircraft.
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