Passengers are permitted to carry one item of hand baggage in addition to one small personal item onboard the aircraft. Your personal item (e.g. small handbag or laptop case) must fit comfortably under the seat in front of you.
The maximum dimensions for hand baggage is 55x40x23cm with a maximum weight of 10kg. When travelling to/from Dubai, your hand baggage must not exceed 8kg in total weight.
If you do not adhere to the hand baggage restrictions you will be asked to check in your baggage in accordance with our checked baggage rules.
Infants (under 2 years old)
Children under the age of two without their own seat do not have a hand baggage allowance and are only permitted to take onboard food for the journey.
In the interest of safety and security, certain items are prohibited for carriage in your hand baggage. Items which may not be permitted onboard, include, but may not be limited to; weapons and replicas of weapons, sharp items, tools, explosives, flammables and chemical substances. Such restrictions are enforced by airport security and may vary depending on where you are travelling.
The use of electric/electronic instruments (such as radios and mobile phones) is not permitted on board as this could interfere with the aircraft’s electronic instruments and navigation equipment.
Liquids in hand luggage
There are restrictions on the amount of liquids, creams and gels that can be carried in hand luggage onboard all flights. A maximum of 1 liter of liquid, creams and gels are permitted in hand luggage. Each item must not exceed 100ml. Liquids, creams and gels must be packed in a separate transparent re-sealable bag must be presented at the security checkpoint.
The following items may be accepted for carriage onboard beyond these limits. Please consult the airport’s website for more information as restrictions may vary.
- Baby food and baby milk
You may be permitted to bring baby food necessary for the flight onboard in your hand baggage. You must be prepared to taste the food if requested by security personnel.
- Essential medicines
You are permitted to bring essential medicine for your journey in your hand baggage. We recommend that you bring a supporting documentation from a qualified medical professional (e.g. prescription or medical certificate).
- Tax free
When purchasing liquids, gels and creams from tax free you must pay careful attention to the restrictions of the destination you are travelling to. Restrictions also apply when travelling on connecting flights.
You are responsible for ensuring that your hand baggage is properly packed and does not contain any restricted items. Norwegian is not responsible for any items which may be confiscated at security.