1 x 115cm bag
= 56cm + 36cm + 23cm
Up to 10kgs.
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To ensure your travel is comfortable and safe, it's important that your carry-on baggage complies with our requirements of carriage.
Your carry-on baggage must:
If your baggage meets the above requirements, but we reasonably believe it's not safe to be included as carry-on baggage, we may require you to check it in.
Before you fly, be sure to revisit this page in case of any changes, and read our Conditions of carriage for further information.
For Jetstar baggage information visit Jetstar.comOpens external site in a new window.
For oneworld® member and partner airlines if you are flying on a partner airline throughout your journey, please refer to their individual websites for up to date information regarding carry-on baggage allowances.
When packing your carry-on baggage:
USA flights only: there is no limit on the number of pieces of mobility equipment allowed to be carried for customers with a disability and it doesn't count toward the carry-on baggage allowance.
During peak periods, cabin baggage storage may be limited. To help get everyone in the air on time, check in your bags if you can.
Total dimensions are measured by adding together the length, height and depth of the bag. Allowances for adults and children (except infants) on Qantas and QantasLink operated flights are as follows:
Note: In addition to your carry-on baggage allowance, you may also carry onboard one small personal item (excluding flights from India) such as a handbag, laptop computer*, overcoat, small camera, a reasonable amount of reading material or a small amount of duty free goods (where permitted).
Need to bring a bit extra? Pre-purchase an additional baggage allowance online and save on airport excess baggage rates.
To ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers, it is prohibited to use inflight travel accessories and devices which:
When in use, these devices have the potential to impede access to seats and aisles, damage aircraft seats and fixtures, and block access to emergency equipment.
Examples of prohibited inflight accessories include, but are not limited to, inflatable cubes, ‘bed boxes’, and ‘leg hammocks’. This list is not exhaustive, and the decision to permit use of any other device rests with the cabin crew.
If your flight is operated by another airline, contact them directly to confirm their policy in relation to inflight travel accessories.
All carry-on baggage is subject to security screening at airports, and dependant on the region your travelling from. Visit the region's government website to find out what you can and cannot take.
If travelling from Australia you can visit TravelSECUREOpens external site. Find more information on items you can’t take on a planeOpens external site in a new window, taking duty free items on the planeOpens external site in a new window and travelling with powders, liquids, aerosols and gelsOpens external site in a new window.
Disclaimer: * For a laptop computer to be considered a personal item it must be carried in a slim bag. Laptops carried in large laptop bags will be counted as part of your carry-on baggage allowance. Laptop computers must conform to any applicable regulatory requirements, be submitted for security screening, and must not be used during take-off or landing or interfere with the aircraft's power supply.