Scandinavian (SAS) Carry On Sizes Restrictions
Guide to Scandinavian SAS Carry On Sizes Restrictions

Have questions about your Scandinavian SAS Luggage Sizes, Weight & Restrictions? YES

With all the SAS rules and regulations, it would be GREAT to the have answers about weight limits and restricted items before jumping on your SAS Flight.

Read below your more information on SAS Luggage Sizes, Weight & Restrictions:

1 FREE Hand Carry on

Height: 55 cm/22″ x Width: 40 cm/16″ x Depth: 23 cm/9″

MAX 8 KG Weight

  1 FREE personal item – purse, briefcase, laptop, etc

SAS Carry on sizes
SAS Carry on sizes

SAS Luggage Sizes, Weight & Restrictions:

    • The following is the maximum size and weight for cabin baggage onboard SAS flights:
      • Height: 55 cm/22″
      • Width: 40 cm/16″
      • Depth: 23 cm/9″
      • Weight: 8 kg/18 lbs.
    • Extra security checks on electronic devices will be carried out at departure gates for flights to the US from Stockholm & Copenhagen. Ensure that mobile telephones, tablets, laptops & other electronic devices are charged so that you can demonstrate that they operate normally. If they cannot operate normally, the case will be handed over to local police. Extra security checks on electronic devices to the US from Stockholm
        • If you are flying to the US or Asia in SAS Plus or SAS Business, you can bring two pieces of cabin baggage onboard each weighing up to 8 kg/18 lbs.
        • In addition to this allowance, all passengers are allowed to bring a handbag or small laptop bag onboard for free.
        • Liquids and gels in containers larger than 100 ml/3.38 oz. are not allowed.
        • You can bring duty-free goods purchased outside of the EU when you are transferring to another flight at an EU airport. More about the new rules here.
        • Goods purchased in duty-free areas to/from the US
          More on duty-free to/from the US
        • Some of our aircraft are small. If you fly on one, we may ask you to leave your cabin bag at the door, where it will be checked in and returned to you when you leave the aircraft.
      • There are certain things that you can’t carry on board depending on your departure country & destination. More on prohibited items

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