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If infant/children are traveling for free, they don't have a baggage allowance.

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  • Spare batteries for personal electronic devices.
  • Small lithium metal batteries commonly used in cell phones, handheld electronic games, and laptop computers.
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British Airways Hand baggage policy information


British Airways Hand baggage policy information

You can take advantage of our generous free hand baggage allowance, which you take onto the aircraft with you. There are size and weight limits that apply.
Hand baggage allowance
  • You are allowed one piece of hand baggage plus a laptop or handbag.
  • A 23kg (51lbs) maximum bag weight applies and you must be able to lift the bag into the overhead lockers in the aircraft cabin unaided.
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  • Your main piece of hand baggage is up to the dimensions 56cm x 45cm x 25cm (22in x 18in x 10in), including the handle, pockets and wheels.
  • Your bag must fit into the bag gauge, available at the check-in area.
  • Your laptop or handbag is up to the dimensions 45cm x 36cm x 20cm (18in x 14in x 8in), including the handle and pockets.
  • Your laptop or handbag must fit under the seat in front of you.
Your maximum number of hand baggage items
Number of hand baggage items Passenger Type of baggage allowed Weight Adults and children(aged 2 and over) One bag
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One laptop-sized bag, handbag or briefcase 23kg (51lbs).
You must be able to lift the bag into the overhead locker unaided. Infants (under 2 years) One bag (for items your infant may require during the flight) You must be able to lift the bag into the overhead locker unaided.Musical instruments
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European countries The EU rules apply if you are travelling from any airport within the EU, including the UK, and if you are travelling from Albania, Croatia, Iceland, India, Kenya, Kosovo, Norway, Pakistan, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Switzerland and Ukraine, irrespective of your destination.
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Restrictions on the quantities of liquids, gels or pastes are:
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  • the containers must be carried in a separate, clear-plastic, zip-top or re-sealable bag
  • the bag must not exceed 20cm x 20cm (8ins x 8ins) in dimensions
  • the bag must not exceed one litre capacity
  • the bag must be completely closed
  • the items must fit comfortably in the bag
  • the bag must be x-ray screened separately from other hand baggage at airport security points.
You can purchase duty-free liquids at the airport or on board if your journey is wholly within the EU.
For other journeys and destinations, you should refer to the specific country restrictions.
We advise you not to purchase liquid items in duty-free shops until you reach an EU airport.
USA and Canada Restrictions on the quantities of liquids, gels or pastes are:
  • they must be held in individual containers not exceeding 90ml (3 US ounces)
  • the containers must be carried in a separate, clear-plastic, zip-top or re-sealable bag
  • the bag must not exceed 20cm x 20cm (8ins x 8ins) in dimensions
  • the bag must not exceed one litre capacity
  • the bag must be completely closed
  • the items must fit comfortably in the bag
  • the bag must be x-ray screened separately from other hand baggage at airport security points
  • before boarding, secondary searches may be performed if you are carrying liquids.
Duty-free goods containing liquids may be carried, provided they are purchased after the security screening point. We advise you to pack any duty-free liquids in your checked baggage where possible.
If you are departing the US or Canada, your duty-free liquids will be delivered to the boarding gate or pick-up point in the secure area in a Sealable Tamper-Evident Bag (STEB).

Australia If you are travelling from London Heathrow to Sydney and transferring through Bangkok or Singapore or if you are making direct domestic connections in Sydney:
  • you can purchase duty-free liquids at the arrivals duty-free shop
  • you can purchase duty-free liquids on board the aircraft
  • if you are transferring through Singapore, you can purchase duty-free liquids at the airport duty-free shop, which will be delivered to your gate in an Australian government-approved Sealable Tamper-Evident Bag (STEB)
  • any other duty-free goods containing liquids cannot be carried into Australia.
If you are making direct connections in Sydney to international destinations, you will not be allowed to carry duty-free goods containing liquids through any security checks. However, you will be able to make purchases at the departure duty-free shops.

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