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Baggage information

Checked baggage
Your baggage must not exceed 158 cm/62 in. (height + length + width) and 23 kg.

- For baggage that weighs between 23 and 32 kg/70 lb. or measures more than 158 cm/62 in., you must purchase an additional baggage allowance.
- For baggage weighing more than 32 kg/70 lb., prior approval is required.
- Visibly indicate your name, permanent address, destination address, mobile telephone number and e-mail address on the inside and the outside of your baggage. Suitable labels are available at Air France check-in desks.

Calculate your baggage allowance

When you travel with a child under 2 years of age on your lap, your infant’s baggage allowance is 1 bag weighing up to 10 kg/22 lb. and 1 fold-up stroller.

Handed baggage
Items you can take in the cabin:
- valuable items: keys, mobile telephones (turned off), ID papers, important documents, money, valuable objects, jewelry, etc.,
- necessities: medicine, for example,
- fragile items: cameras, IT material (turned off), artwork, dishes, etc.
- liquids in the cabin: small quantities (100 ml max. per product), placed in a resealable, clear plastic bag (freezer bag) of a maximum volume of 1 liter. You must seal the bag and all items must fit easily inside. A single plastic bag is permitted per passenger.
- medical substances necessary for your health – please note: airport security agents may ask you to verify the substance (possibly by tasting),
- specific nutritional substances without which you cannot travel (for lactose intolerance, gluten allergies, etc.),
- baby food,
- medicines prescribed by a doctor, accompanied by an official document proving their necessity (prescription, medical certificate in your name, etc.).

Duty-free liquids
- If you are traveling within the European Union, you can purchase duty-free liquids at the airport or on board. They must remain in a sealed plastic bag and are accompanied by the receipt.
- Are you departing from a non-European country but connecting in a European airport? Do not purchase duty-free liquids outside of the European Union or on board, as they will be confiscated by security during your connection.

Prohibited goods
For your security, some items are strictly prohibited on board. They will be confiscated at baggage control.

* Knives and any similar items.
* Firearms.
* Hunting weapon cartridges and other ammunition
* Perfumes and aerosols.
* Cigarette lighters and lighter fluid are prohibited on flights to and from the United States.
* Electrolyte batteries.
* Fireworks, firecrackers, signal flares, cap or toy guns, firelighters, tear gas.
* Camp stoves, gas canisters, SCUBA tanks.
* Paints, varnishes, lacquers.
* Toxic, infectious, and radioactive materials.
* Chemical products, fertilizers, weed killers, pesticides, insecticides.
* Strippers, bleach, chlorine, cleaning products.
* Inflammable liquids like fuel, thinners, solvents, and acetones.
* Mercury thermometers and barometers.

Articles prohibited on board (cabin and checked baggage):
* Fireworks.
* Gas.
* Corrosive and toxic liquids.
* Poison.
* Flammable articles.

Children information

If traveling on an adult’s lap, infants under 2 years of age fly free of charge on domestic flights within France. On international flights, infants receive a 90% fare reduction. You also have the option of booking a seat for your infant (child fare) where you may place a car seat that conforms to official regulations.
Please remember to let us know that you will be traveling with an infant when you book your trip.

Who may travel with an infant
- On all flights, an infant must be accompanied by a passenger over the age of 18.
- Exception: a passenger under 18 years of age can accompany an infant if he or she is the child´s father, mother, or legal guardian.
- Each passenger may accompany only one infant. To travel with 2 infants, a 2nd passenger is necessary.

An infant traveling on a parent's lap receives a baggage allowance of 10 kg. In addition, a folding stroller is allowed in the cabin, regardless of the destination.

Meals and services
On flights of 2 ½ hours or more, a special meal, including cookies and jars of baby food, is available for your infant. You may also request a cradle on medium-haul flights (in the Affaires cabin) and long-haul flights (in the Affaires, Alizé, Premium Voyageur, and Voyageur cabins).*
Please note: these cradles are designed for infants who weigh less than 10 kg and measure less than 70 cm. Changing tables are also available on long-haul flights.

Remember to request these items when booking your trip or purchasing your ticket, or at least 24 hours before your departure time.

* Cradles are not available in the La Première class.

Fun gifts
Infants will receive a set of gifts (brightly colored stuffed animals and toys) to liven up the trip and entertain them.

Traveling with children ages 2 to 11
In certain cases, children accompanied by an adult can receive fare reductions of up to:
- 50% on domestic flights,
- 33% on medium and long-haul flights

Pre-flight preparation
Most likely, your child will wish to bring along a small bag containing belongings. Prior to departure, consider helping pack familiar items that your child would like to have during flight, such as favorite books, stuffed animals, blanket, etc.
In addition, remember to bring a piece of candy or chewing gum to help reduce possible earaches during take-off and landing.

Unaccompanied children
* Children from 4 to 11 years of age
For flights within Metropolitan France, and to French overseas departments and territories*, children ages 4 to 11 who are flying alone are required to travel as Unaccompanied Minors (UM), and will be taken care of by Air France staff.

* Adolescents from 12 to 17 years of age who are traveling alone can also receive an Air France guardian upon request. This service is optional and a fee will be charged. Depending on the duration of the flight, the guardian fee can vary between €30 and €90 for each flight.


Only cats and dogs under 6 kg/13.2 lb (including container) are accepted to travel in the cabin and considered as a baggage item.
The animal must travel in a specific container which must be sufficiently ventilated and allow the animal to stand up and turn around. During the flight, pets are not allowed to leave their container.
Dogs and cats weighing more than 6 kg/13.2 lb (maximum 75 kg/165.3 lb) must be transported in the hold.

Before traveling with your pet be sure to find out whether there are requirements (vaccinations, quarantine, etc.) at the destination country.

For any further information, please contact our booking department.

Rates for transporting animals in the cabin or hold
The transport of animals is not included in your baggage allowance. You must pay a fixed-rate fee that varies according to your destination.

* Flights in metropolitan France: €20*
* Flights in Europe and to the Caribbean or Indian Ocean: €70
* Other flights: €200**

If you have a stopover in Amsterdam of more than 2 hours when transporting an animal in the hold, you must pay an additional tax of €150 (200 USD, 200 CAD).

Dog  beeds: Staffordshire terrier (pitbulls), Mastiff (Boerbulls), Tosa, American Staffordshire terrier, Rottweiler, Tosa and dogs with physical characteristics similar to the Rottweiler breed are not permitted to travel