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One piece of hand luggage per person

Format: Maximum size permitted: Length < 56 cm width < 45 cm Height < 25 cm: the sum of these three dimensions must not exceed 115 cm . The weight must not exceed 10 kg.

The templates (dimensions: L 55 cm x 40 cm x H 20 cm) must be positioned and used for check in, boarding and at the sales counter. They serve to remind passengers of safety regulations and help them check the dimensions of their luggage.

This baggage travels at the liability of passengers. It must be placed in the luggage holds designed for this purpose or under the seat, without disturbing the use of life jackets. Under no circumstances can they be placed in front of the emergency exits or such that they might hinder a possible evacuation.

In addition, the following are accepted:
-handbag or briefcase
- laptop
- overcoat or jacket
- umbrella or a walking stick, a camera or a pair of binoculars or a small camera
- books, newspapers, magazines in reasonable quantities
- baby food
- a pair of crutches, an orthopaedic brace or prosthesis
- a fishing rod in case (maximum 1m)

The volume must be as small as possible and the maximum thickness must be 15 cm.

THE FOLLOWING ARE PROHIBITED (except duty-free in 1 single transparent plastic bag 20x20cm):
Liquids, aerosols, gels and pasty substances: mineral water, perfumes, drinks, lotions, creams, shower gels, shampoos, mascara, soups, syrups, toothpaste, liquid soaps, deodorant.

During security controls, you must present your bottles and tubes of maximum 100 ml each, separately in a closed transparent plastic bag of a format of approximately 20 cm by 20 cm, In order not to slow security procedures and not to run the risk of having your products confiscated before boarding, it is important that you read this information.

Register as many things as possible as hold baggage and only keep in your hand baggage what is absolutely essential for your trip.

What are the permitted exceptions?
Liquid medications. You can takeliquid medication (insulin, syrups...) on board provided that you present the security officers with a certificate or a prescription in your name. There are no restrictions for solid medicines (tablets and capsules).
Liquid food for infants. There is no restriction on these products. Make sure you take containers that close: you may be asked to taste the food!

In general, put all liquids in your checked baggage, except for products essential for the flight.

If you are travelling without baggage and with hand luggage only, you will have to place your liquids in a plastic freezer bag of approximately 20 cm x 20 cm.

Children information


Passengers are advised only to travel with healthy animals (aged at least 12 weeks for reasons of dehydration). The transport of female animals in heat should be avoided.
It is not recommended to give sedatives to animals (because they reduce blood pressure, a phenomenon which occurs naturally at high altitude). The combined effects of sedatives and altitude can be fatal to older or stressed animals.
Prohibited for animals (AVIH and PETC) of less than 4 months.
For animals over 4 months:

* Certificates of good health drawn up less than 5 days before departure.
* Mandatory identification (tattoo)
* a valid rabies vaccination certificate dated more than one month and less than one year before date of travel is required for animals from: French Guiana, St Martin Juliana and other countries. With the exception of Mainland France, Martinique, Guadeloupe, Reunion and St Martin, French part.