Cabin Baggage Rules & Allowances – French Airlines
Here is our updated guide to carry-on and hand baggage allowances for the major airlines based in France.
These allowances cover cabin baggage only, and apply to the the individual airline.
Air France Cabin Baggage Allowances
Like most major carriers, those travelling with Air France will have a cabin/hand luggage allowance dependant on their class of travel.
In both Premium Economy and Voyageur cabin, you have 1 hand item (55x35x25 cm) plus an accessory such as a laptop/notebook, handbag or briefcase, the total weight for all must not exceed of 12 kg.
Travelling in La Première, Affaires, Premium Voyageur and Premium Affaires cabins, you are allowed 1 more carry-on item (45x20x35 cm) with a total of weight allowance of 18 kg.
Corsairfly Cabin Baggage Allowances
All passengers with Corsairfly are allowed 1 item of hand luggage plus 1 further accessory item such as a laptop, handbag, coat or briefcase.
The weight allowance will depend on your class of ticket: Horizon ticket holders have a 5 kg allowance, and for Grand Large it is 10 kg.
The maximum dimensions of all your hand luggage may not exceed 115 cm when put together; so height+width+length must equal 115 cm.
XL Airways France Cabin Baggage Allowances
Flying with XL Airways France your entitlement is one article of cabin baggage to include your duty free items, which must be a maximum weight of 5 kg, and not exceed 55 x 35 x 25.
In addition you are also allowed to carry on-board one further item eg. a laptop, handbag, briefcase or coat.
Please remember to check with your airline before you travel as rules, allowances and regulations change, sometimes with little or no notice.
By comparison, for other UK and European airline cabin baggage allowances see our quick guides to KLM – Arkefly – Transavia – KLM Cityhopper –Ryanair – easyJet – BMI – Flybe – Aer Lingus –Air Berlin – Germanwings – Lufthansa