Carry-on baggage

One carry-on bag and one personal item

Whatever fare class you chose and whatever destination you’re flying to, you’ll always get 2 carry-on bags weighing up to 10 kg (22 lb) total combined weight. One can be a carry-on sized suitcase or roller bag, and the other a personal item such as a handbag, laptop case, small backpack, purse, or camera bag.

Make sure you check the list of restricted items on this page before packing your carry-on bags.. If your carry-on baggage exceeds weight and size limits, it will be checked into the baggage hold.

Maximum dimensions for carry-on bags are 55 cm (21 in) x 40 cm (15 in) x 25 cm (9 in) and include wheels and handles.

Carry-on baggage dimensions
Man preparing for his trip with Interjet

What items can I travel with?

Make sure you follow these rules when packing your carry-on bags:

Containers with non-flammable liquids or gels may shouldn’t exceed 100 ml (3.4 oz) and must fit in a quart-sized bag.

Liquids purchased after going through security filters at the airport (restaurants and shops located around departure gates, duty free area, etc.) can be taken on board if they don’t exceed the limits stated above.

Read about restrictions for alcoholic drinks here.

For more information about the restricted items in your carry-on baggage please visit the restricted items page.

According to TSA regulations, powder-like substances exceeding 350 ml (12 ounces) are not permitted in carry-on baggage on flights to the United States.

Baby formula, prescription drugs, and cremated remains can exceed those limitations as long as they are kept in sealed containers at all times.

Any powder-like substances purchased in duty free may be carried in safety bags which must not be tampered with. Baby formula can be taken on-board in open containers like baby bottles and milk containers only if they are no larger than 12 oz (350 ml).

If you’re unsure about restrictions on a specific item, please visit the official TSA (Transportation Security Administration) site, where you’ll find more information about carry-on restrictions.

Restricted items on carry-on baggage
Forbidden items carry-on baggage
100 ml containers examples