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Airline Luggage Allowances

LOW COST FLIGHTS – LUGGAGE & OPTIONAL EXTRAS

Below is a general guide to each airlines baggage policy.  However, please double check with us as prices do change if you would like to add a seat or a suitcase to a booking.

If you are travelling to Ibiza please double check your boarding pass for your luggage allowance.  The information below should help.

Ryanair show this in very small writing underneath where it states the gate closing time.  If there is nothing written there ie, 15kg or 20kg then you only have carry-on luggage (the dimensions are show below and also on your boarding pass)

Easyjet indicate luggage has been added by the symbol of a suitcase underneath the bar code and flight reference.  They don’t make it as clear as Ryanair / Jet2 so if you’re taking more than one suitcase per person please double check with us.

Jet2 show the number of bags added below the flight information on the top right quarter of the boarding pass. (weight allowances are below)
Jet2
Cabin Bags (included)
10kgs of carry on luggage measuring no more than 56cmx45cmx25cm
Hold Bags
From £28 each way for a case weighing up to 22kgs
Other Extras per seat
From: Pre-Booked seats £9 each way
From: Extra Leg Room seats £18 each way
Standard Legroom pitch 71cm

Musical Instruments
A charge of £30 per flight is charged for a musical instrument. If the instrument is only slightly larger than hand luggage (56cm x 34 x25cm) it may be allowed in the cabin, at the airlines discretion and depending on the occupancy of the aircraft (the £30 per flight charge still applies).

If your musical instrument is within the permitted hand baggage dimensions of 56x45x25cm and weighs less than 10kg, it can be carried onto the aircraft with you.

Ryanair

Cabin Bags (included)
You can carry one cabin bag weighing up to 10 kg with maximum dimensions of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm, plus 1 small bag up to 35 x 20 x 20 onboard the aircraft.
Due to cabin space limitations only 90 large cabin bags (55 x 40 x 20 cms) can be carried in the cabin, any bags remaining will be carried free of charge in the aircraft hold.

Passengers who have purchased Priority Boarding will not be asked to place their cabin bag in the aircraft hold, unless necessary due to operational reasons.

Hold Bags (Optional)
From £20 (currently £25) each way for a case weighing up to 15kgs
From £30  (currently £35) each way for a case weighing up to 20kgs
(Please note: Ryanair does not have a static pricing policy and these prices could change, we will only charge you what Ryanair charges us!)

Other Extras per seat (optional)
Pre-Booked seats from £6.99 each way
Extra Leg Room Seats:  £20.00 – priority boarding comes as standard with these premium seats.
(Please note: Ryanair does not have a static pricing policy and these prices could change, we Will only charge you what Ryanair charges us!)
Standard Legroom pitch 76cm

Musical instrument

€50 / £50 – pre booked

€60 / £60 –  booked at airport

Fee charged per Item/ Per one way flight. A maximum weight of 20kg per item

or a seat must be purchased if it can’t be checked in.

Easyjet

Cabin Bags (included)
You may carry one cabin bag – maximum size of 56 x 45 x 25cm including handles and wheels – no weight restriction

Hold Bags (Optional)
F
rom £47 per 20kg bag (Total price not each way)

Other Extras per seat (optional)
Pre-Booked seats From £.4.49 each way
Easy Jet Plus Seats: (Row 2-6) £9.00 – (Rows 12 & 13 Emergency Exits) £9.00 + one extra small carry on bag (eg, handbag / laptop case) & Speedy Boarding
Standard Legroom pitch 74cm
(Please note: Prices are guideline prices and may vary slightly when booking)

Muscial Instruments
If an instrument is smaller than 120cm x 30cm x 38cm it may be allowed in the overhead cabin, if there is space. This is classed as the 1 piece of hand luggage. If it is larger and needs to be checked in, a bag is £36 + a charge per kilo. If it is larger but can’t be checked in, an extra seat can be purchased.

Monarch

Cabin Bags (included)

(a) One piece of hand baggage no bigger than 56 x 40 x 25cm (including wheels and handles. There’ll be a size gauge at the airport to check this) and no heavier than 10 kilos, plus a small duty free bag from the departure airport.
Or
(b) Two separate pieces of hand baggage, as long as the combined size is no bigger than 56 x 40 x 25cm (including wheels and handles.) and the combined weight no heavier than 10 kilos, plus a small duty free bag from the departure airport.

This means there’s no need to choose between your bag and your laptop. And you won’t have to cram everything into one bag at the departure gate

Hold Bags (Optional)
From £22 per 20kg bag each way

Other Extras per seat (optional)
Pre-Booked seats from £7.00 each way
Extra Leg Room Seats: from £12.00 each way
Standard Legroom Pitch 71cm

Priority Boarding – from £5.00 per person
Priority Check-In – from £3.00 per person

Muscial Instruments

  • As part of your Hand Baggage allowance – Should you wish to carry your musical instrument as part of your hand baggage allowance, you must ensure that this does not exceed the stipulated weight and size restrictions. This will also count as your one item only. This will then be stored in the overhead locker.
  • As part of your Hold Baggage allowance – Should you wish to carry the musical instrument as part of your hold baggage allowance, Baggage fees will apply. Remember that regardless to how many bags you purchase, the weight allowance is of 20kgs only. Excess fees may also apply if your hold baggage is over the stipulated allowance. Read more about our Hold Baggage policies.