What you are permitted to take with you in your hand baggage depends on your airline and flight ticket. So check the conditions on your ticket carefully or ask your airline or travel agency.
Your hand baggage
In addition, you may usually bring a handbag.
Preferably place the following items into your hand baggage and not in the hold baggage. That way, you always have them to hand:
For safety reasons, the amount of liquids and gels that you are permitted to carry in your hand baggage is strictly limited.
The following liquids and gels are permitted.
Baby milk and baby food are both permitted in your hand baggage. You may bring as much as your baby requires for during the flight.
Please note! Security may ask you to taste the food to prove that it is, indeed, baby food.
Products that you purchased in the airport shops, bars or restaurants after security screening are permitted on board.
It is strictly forbidden to carry the following items in your hand baggage:
Selfie sticks and e-cigarettes? These are permitted in your hand baggage.
Pay special attention to your electronic devices.
Devices operating on lithium batteries: in the cabin
Portable electronic devices operating on lithium batteries should preferably be taken with you into the cabin. Either carry them with you or place them into your hand baggage. This enables the crew to intervene quickly should an incident occur with such a device.
Check the exact rules about devices operating on lithium batteries with your airline.
Portable electronics: additional rules on flights to the US and Canada
If you are flying to the US or Canada, additional rules pertaining to portable electronic devices apply. Electronic devices are examined for signs of tampering. Electronic devices that are larger than a mobile phone, or smartphones with a protective cover must be removed from their cover for examination. If the cover cannot be removed, the device will not be permitted on board. Electronic devices that are the size of a mobile phone or smartphone must be turned on and powered up to demonstrate that they function. If that is not possible, then the device will not be permitted on board.
Please note! Hoverboards are not normally permitted on board. Neither in the hand baggage, nor in the hold baggage! Always check the information on hazardous goods from your airline beforehand.
Always check your airline’s terms and conditions
This makes your suitcase easy to identify should you lose it.
Keep your baggage with you at all times. Baggage that is left unattended in the airport building will be removed and potentially destroyed.