Baggage, including overnight bags, briefcases, personal
computers, ladies' vanity cases, large size cameras etc. taken into the cabin
as cabin baggage is subject to the following conditions when travelling on
One briefcase and one small bag, each not exceeding: depth
23cm (9in), height 34cm (13in), length 48cm; (19in)
Two small bags, each not exceeding: depth 23cm (9in), height 34cm (13in), length
The small bag can be substituted for one suit pack or one garment bag,
(non-rigid frame/unfolded), not exceeding: thickness 11cm (4in), width 60cm
(24in), length 114cm (45in).
The total weight of hand/cabin baggage must not exceed 7kg for each passenger.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Passengers that are
unsure if their cabin baggage exceeds cabin baggage limits should approach Rex
Staff to get them tested BEFORE check-in closes so we are able to check in the
bags if necessary. Passengers with baggage exceeding cabin limits at the
boarding gate will have their baggage offloaded. Baggage will be treated as
checked baggage and only be uplifted on the next available flight and it would
be the passenger’s responsibility to collect these bags from the airport when
Excess baggage fees will also be levied
if total checked baggage including offloaded cabin baggage exceeds the 15Kg
checked baggage limit.
Wheelchairs and infants' carry baskets (these items will be stowed in the
Items which exceed these allowances are not permitted into the aircraft cabin.
The following articles may be carried on board the plane by a passenger, over
and above their carry on baggage allowance.
A lady's handbag, pocketbook or purse, which is appropriate
to normal travelling dress and is not being used as a container for the
transportation of articles which would otherwise be regarded as baggage;
An overcoat, wrap or blanket;
An umbrella or walking stick;
A small camera and/or a pair of binoculars;
A reasonable amount of reading matter for the flight;
Infant's food for consumption in flight;
A pair of crutches and/or other prosthetic device for the
passenger's use provided that the passenger is dependent upon them.
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