As regulations change regularly it is always advisable to check your airline’s baggage requirements, even if you are a frequent traveller.
Airlines differ in their hand luggage requirements so check beforehand if they have a weight restriction and whether you are allowed one piece of hand luggage or two. Some airlines allow one piece of cabin baggage plus either a standard size Duty Free bag containing goods bought at the airport or a small under seat bag such as a hand bag.
Below is a brief summary of some of the major airlines baggage requirements in Summer 2016 who currently fly to Tenerife South Airport.
EasyJet Plus, Flexi Fare, Upfront and Extra Legroom Passengers:
There is no weight restriction for cabin baggage. As long as you are able to place the bag into the overhead locker and get it out again without assistance then the bag will be accepted into the cabin.
EasyJet state that as cabin space is limited and on many flights there is not enough room for everyone’s cabin bag on board, if the overhead lockers are full they will put your bag into the aircraft hold.
As of 15th January 2018 you can only take 1 Small Bag on board your RyanAir flight unless you purchase Priority and 2 Cabin Bags.
If you have not purchased Priority & 2 Cabin Bags, you are only permitted to bring 1 Small Bag on board. Your second 10kg bag will be tagged at the gate and put into the hold free of charge.
Your small bag (e.g. handbag, laptop etc.) must not be bigger than 35 x 20 x 20 cm and should fit easily under the seat in front of you.
Your second 10kg bag must be no bigger than 55 x 40 x 20cm in size and must fit into the sizers at the gate before being tagged and put into the hold free of charge.
Failure to comply with the above will result in a charge of £50.00 per item at the departure gate and may also lead to delays for all passengers on board.
Priority & 2 Cabin Bags
Only customers who have purchased Priority & 2 Cabin Bags, Flexi Plus, Plus or Family Plus will be permitted to bring both of their cabin bags (1 larger cabin bag and 1 small cabin bag) on board.
Your small bag (e.g. handbag, laptop etc.) must no exceed 35 x 20 x 20 cm and should easily fit under the seat in front of you.
Your second larger 10kg bag must not be bigger than 55 x 40 x 20 cm in size and must fit into the sizers at the gate.
Failure to comply will result in a charge of £50.00 per item at the departure gate and may also lead to delays for all passengers on board.
To guarantee 2 cabin bags on board you must purchase Priority & 2 Cabin Bags.
You can purchase Priority & 2 Cabin Bags on the web up to 2 hours pre-departure or on the go using the Ryanair app up to 30 minutes before your flight departs.
Jet2 – Cabin Baggage Allowance Summer 2016
All passengers have two options:
On busy flights Monarch cannot guarantee they can fit all cabin bags in the cabin. Having two smaller bags and putting one under the seat in front of you will help to avoid your bags being put in the hold.
In order to avoid any unnecessary fines imposed by your airline it is always recommended that you check their specific requirements on bags which are checked into the hold. Airlines can impose heavy fines for any bags which are heavier than the weight allowance so make sure you that you weigh your bags before checking them into the hold. Any bags which exceed the booked in weight limit will have an Excess Baggage Fee charged per kilogram.
Also make sure that any bags which you put into the hold are strong enough to go through the normal baggage handling process. Any items which are particularly fragile or of monetary value may be best kept on your person or in your cabin bag.
Business Plus Customers:
Vantage Club Silver and Gold Members: