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Condor is a German-based airline whose parent company is Lufthansa. They fly to many destinations throughout the world and easily connect you from Europe to warmer places like the Caribbean. Their hand luggage allowances are different based on your ticket class and where you’re flying. See below for more information.

Updated October 2019

Headquarters Country: Germany


Hand Luggage Size for Condor

Number of hand luggage items allowed for geographical zones 1-2:

  • Economy Light: personal item only, carry on item may be purchased until 8 hours prior to departure
  • Economy Class and Premium Economy: 1 carry on item + 1 personal item

Number of hand luggage items allowed for geographical zones 3-5:

  • Economy Light, Economy Class, and Premium Economy: 1 carry on item + 1 personal item
  • Business Class: 2 carry on items + 1 personal item

Maximum allowed in imperial: (converted)

  • H x W x D = 21.5 x 15.5 x 8 in
  • H x W x D personal item = 15.7 x 11.8 x 3.9 in
  • Weight (economy light & economy) = 17.6 lbs total
  • Weight (premium class) = 22 lbs total
  • Weight (business class) = 35.2 lbs total

Maximum allowed in metric: (official)

  • H x W x D = 55 x 40 x 20 cm
  • H x W x D personal item = 40 x 30 x 10 cm
  • Weight (economy light & economy) = 8 kg total
  • Weight (premium class) = 10 kg total
  • Weight (business class) = 16 kg total

Geographical zones for Condor’s carry on luggage allowances

Not only does Condor have different allowances for your cabin baggage based on the class of ticket you have purchase, but they also have different restrictions based on your destination. At the time of this update, the geographical zones are as follows:

Zones 1-2: Balearics, Balkans, Bulgaria, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain & Portugal Mainland, Iceland, Canaries, Cape Verde, Madeira, Cyprus, Malta, Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Gambia, United Arab Emirates

Zones 3-5: East Africa, Asia, Mexico, Caribbean, Central & South America, Namibia, South Africa, Indian Ocean, USA, Canada, Puerto Rico

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