Hand Luggage – this bag of small size, which are allowed to bring on Board. It is intended to fold her items of special value, as well as necessities that may be needed in the process of registration on arrival at the destination and during the trip. For example: documents, mobile devices, books, money, glasses, etc.

Rules on hand baggage may vary depending on the airline. In General, in the aircraft cabin bags weighing 5-15 kg. If the airline is loyal to Luggage placed in the cabin, handbags and also briefcase with laptop can slip further.

The airline can close your eyes to the excess weight of carry-on baggage. However, the dimensions are always considered strictly bag or suitcase must fit the overhead locker or under the seat, if it is not next to the emergency exit.

Airlines-low cost airlines are more demanding of hand Luggage, so as soon as they free wheeling – things are handed over in Luggage in most cases are paid. To bring on Board only one bag about the size than 55x40x20 cm that is, a laptop and a handbag have to pack along.

There is a ban on transportation in hand Luggage of certain items. This:
- sharp objects (scissors, knives, knitting needles, razors, metal nail files);
- tanks containing liquids with a total volume more than 100 ml;
- certain types of products;
- flammable and explosive substances;
- weapons and toys imitating him;
- aerosols.

Exceptions are possible for persons travelling with children who are allowed to carry baby food and drinks. But the security service will probably be asked to present them for inspection. Also, individuals who need medical support, can bring the necessary aerosol in the presence of clinical evidence of their necessity.

Goods purchased in duty-free stores, apply to hand Luggage, regardless of the amount. Condition for transportation in the cabin is sealed until arrival at the destination.

Additionally allowed to carry in the cabin of children's foldable stroller or bassinet weighing up to 10 kg. Persons with disabilities have the right to bring crutches and wheelchairs.