Air France

Air France is the national airline of France, and they are a member of the Sky Team Alliance. You can book flights on Air France to destinations throughout the world. They have different weight restrictions on carry-on luggage based on what class of ticket you have. Read below for more information about cabin baggage allowances on Air France.

Updated October 2019

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Headquarters Country: France

Website: https://www.airfrance.us/US/en/common/guidevoyageur/pratique/bagages-cabine-airfrance.htm

Cabin baggage size for Air France

Number of items allowed:

  • Economy: 1 hand baggage item plus an accessory/personal item
  • Premium Economy, Business or La Première cabins: 2 hand baggage items plus an accessory/personal item

Note: a suit bag is considered a standard cabin bag, not a personal item

Maximum allowed in imperial: (official)

  • H x W x D = 21.7 x 13.8 x 9.9 in
  • H x W x D (personal item) = 16 x 12 x 6 in
  • Maximum total weight for economy (standard baggage + accessory): 26 lbs
  • Maximum total weight for business (2 standard baggage + accessory): 40 lbs

Maximum allowed in metric: (official)

  • H x W x D = 55 x 35 x 25 cm
  • H x W x D (personal item) = 40 x 30 x 15 cm
  • Maximum total weight for economy (standard baggage + accessory): 12 kg
  • Maximum total weight for business (2 standard baggage + accessory): 18 kg

The Air France website also lists a handful of other items that are permitted on board in addition to your carry on item and personal item. Some examples include a coat or jacket, an umbrella, duty free items you purchased at the airport or in flight, accessories for children such as a diaper bag (be sure to read the family and children section of their site), and medical equipment.

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