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FHR’s Top 5 European Airports

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Most of us take off on our travels arriving at one of the many touristic airports in Europe on our annual holidays, looking for some warm sunshine and relaxation. Many of these airports are ill-equipped for the onslaught of passengers they receive, especially in the summer months. Arriving at many of the small Greek Islands Continue Reading »

Aurigny Baggage Allowance

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Hand Luggage For all routes except between Alderney and Southampton; Alderney and Guernsey; Guernsey and Dinard; and, for flights between the UK and Alderney, and Dinard via Guernsey: Aurigny allows 2 items of hand luggage per passenger with a maximum weight of 10kg. One piece of hand luggage must fit into the overhead locker, with the maximum dimensions of Continue Reading »

TUI Airways Baggage Allowance

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We’ve looked at TUI Airways’ allowance for flight only bookings. For package holidays or other types of bookings, please check their website. Hand Luggage You’re entitled to 1 piece of hand luggage up to 5kg in weight for free. The maximum dimensions allowed are: 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. Duty free purchases and items such as hand Continue Reading »

Thomas Cook Baggage Allowance

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Hand Luggage All Thomas Cook passengers over the age of 2 are allowed 1 free hand luggage item weighing up to 6kg with a maximum size of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm. In addition, customers can bring an umbrella, a small handbag or a laptop into the cabin. If you have an Economy PLUS Class Continue Reading »

Loganair Baggage Allowance

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Hand Luggage All Loganair passengers are allowed 1 hand luggage bag, weighing up to 6kg, and that fits within the dimensions of 40cm x 35cm x 18cm. Fly and Fly Flex passengers can also take a laptop in addition to their cabin bag. Checked Baggage The checked baggage allowance for Loganair passengers is different depending on Continue Reading »