Luggage regulations

Luggage allowances vary from airline to airline. For detailed information, please contact your airline or travel agent.

Current notice

Due to the current increased passenger volume, there may be waiting times at the baggage claim. We recommend to reduce the amount of baggage, if possible, and to avoid transporting perishable goods as well as important documents and medications in checked baggage as well as bulky luggage. Mark your luggage for better recognition from the outside and inside with individual signs.

Your baggage allowance depends on your booked travel class. Please check your travel documents for details.

You are additionally charged for excess luggage. Please inquire ahead of time, because the permitted allowances and rates vary from airline to airline. A pre-departure declaration is recommended.

If you notice damage to your luggage on the arrival or your luggage has not arrived, please go to the counters in the baggage claim. If you notice it later or the counters in the baggage claim are not open, please contact your airline immediately.

Find more information on late luggage here.

Please consider the legal requirements for carrying dangerous good in your luggage. The IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations can be found here:  Dangerous Goods Regulations

Before your luggage can be loaded onto an aircraft, it must be checked for air security. This is done in an automated process after check-in. In individual cases, it may be necessary to open your baggage without you being present. Therefore, lock your suitcase as usual. However, we ask you please do not use padlocks.

You can check  bulky items  at your airline's regular check-in counter.