2023 easyJet Hand Luggage Allowance & easyJet Hold Luggage Allowance
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EasyJet Hand Luggage Allowance 2023:
One item of hand luggage with dimensions no greater than 45 x 36 x 20 cm and up to 15kg in weight.
‘EasyJet plus’, 'flexi fare', 'upfront' and ‘extra room’ customers and customer who pay to add a 'large cabin bag' are also permitted to bring a second larger bag up to 56 x 45 x 25cm and 15kg in weight.
Additional items permitted in easyJet hand luggage include overcoats, umbrellas, and mobility aids, plus one standard-sized duty free bag.
What If Your EasyJet Cabin Baggage Is Too Large?
If a cabin bag is found to exceed allowances at the boarding gate, the bag will be placed into the hold and there will be a charge of £48.
EasyJet Hand Luggage Policy for Musical Instruments
Musical instruments can be brought on board as hand luggage if a 'large cabin bag', or 'upfront' or ‘extra room’ seat is purchased, providing they do not exceed 117 x 38 x 30 cm. These include instruments such as violins, flutes and trumpets. The instrument counts as your one permitted item of hand luggage.
EasyJet Hand Luggage for Infants
If travelling with an infant seated on your lap, you may bring an additional baby bag on board, with dimensions no greater than 45 x 36 x 20 cm. If infants occupy their own seat they are entitled to the usual cabin baggage allowance, plus a baby bag. Customers on higher fares who already have a second bag are not allowed a further bag for an infant.
Children over two years of age with their own seat have the same hand luggage allowance as adult passengers.
Items Not Allowed in EasyJet Hand Luggage:
Certain items are prohibited from easyJet hand luggage. These include:
Camp stoves and fuel
Compare easyJet's hand luggage allowance to that of other airlines.
EasyJet Hold Luggage Allowance 2023:
Passengers are permitted to check into the hold up to three bags, each measuring no more than 275 cm in total (length + width + depth). The standard easyJet hold luggage allowance is 23 kg per bag.
The easyJet hold baggage cost for 23 kg is between £9.49 and £48.00 one way, depending on the route and flight period, or £48 when paid at the airport. A smaller allowance of 15 kg can be purchased online from £6.99.
EasyJet Excess Baggage Charges
If a bag weighs more than a passenger’s pre-paid allowance of 15 kg or 23 kg, excess baggage fees will apply. These are £12 per kilo, one way,
EasyJet Hold Luggage Policy for Sports Equipment
Sports equipment, such as skis, may be checked into the hold, at a cost of £37, one way, for a small item (max 20 kg) and £45 for a large item (max 32 kg), if booked online, or £47 and £55 respectively if paid at the airport.
EasyJet Checked Baggage Policy for Musical Instruments
EasyJet allows musical instruments to be checked into the hold. This is charged according to the standard checked luggage rates.
Information correct as of 03/03/2023.
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EasyJet Baggage News
08/17: EasyJet Launches 'Hands Free'
EasyJet introduces ‘Hands Free’, a scheme that allows passengers to leave their cabin bag at bag drop so they don't have to carry it through their departure airport. The cost is £4 per person, one way. Passengers must pick up their luggage at the luggage carousel on arrival at their destination.
24/08/2020: Pilots Offered Alternative EasyJet Contracts
Airline offers its pilots alternative contracts amid warnings of compulsory redundancies.
04/08/2020: EasyJet Increases Flights as Demand Grows
EasyJet increases its summer schedule due to growing demand and says it expects to operate about 1,000 flights per day in August.
16/06/2020: EasyJet and Virgin Atlantic Ban Alcohol
Two of the UK’s biggest airlines, EasyJet and Virgin Atlantic, ban alcohol on all flights in order to reduce contact between passengers and flight crew.
05/06/2020: EasyJet to Fly 75% of Network in August
EasyJet give hope to thousands of holidaymakers by announcing they will resume flights on 75% of its route network by the end of August.
28/05/2020: EasyJet Plans up to 4,500 Job Cuts
Luton-based easyJet announce plans to cut up to 30% of its workforce, around 4,500 jobs, as they battle with a fall in demand for air travel caused by the pandemic. Responding to the restructuring at, pilots’ union BALPA have called the announcement a “real kick in the teeth” and believe the airline have had a “knee-jerk reaction” to the situation.
21/05/2020: EasyJet to Resume Some Flights in June
EasyJet announce they will resume some services from June 15 and outline the extra safety measures being put in place to protect against coronavirus.
19/05/2020: EasyJet Reveals Cyber-Attack
EasyJet has disclosed that 9 million customers personal information, including email addresses and travel details, was accessed in a “highly sophisticated” cyber-attack.
Sir Stelios Haji-loannou offers to pay £5m to a “whistleblower” who provides information leading to the cancellation of a £4.5bn Airbus order.
The budget airline announces that it plans to keep middle seats empty to allow for social distancing once lockdown rules are lifted.
30/03/2020: EasyJet Grounds Entire Fleet
EasyJet become the latest airline to ground their entire fleet of planes in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. The move follows Ryanair ceasing flights for the next two months and British Airways and Virgin Atlantic cutting schedules by up to 90%.