Budget airlines are a great way to travel “light”. However the restrictions are very tight with regards to the luggage they allow you to take into the aircraft cabin. Be warned – if you go over the limits stipulated at the time of booking the airlines will make charges or place your bags in the hold.
So before booking your budget flight have in mind how much luggage you are going to take. This will determine the best fare option for you (which may not necessarily be the cheapest option!)
Here is a quick overview of current baggage restrictions for those passengers travelling on the lowest (basic) fare levels. Please note these do change so always double check at time of booking.
One bag measuring a maximum of 56cm x 45cm x 25cm with no weight limit.
One bag measuring a maximum of 55cm x 35cm x 20cm with a weight limit of 10kg. You are also permitted to take one additional small handbag/laptop with you but the total weight of both your bags must not exceed 10kg.
One bag measuring a maximum of 55cm x 40cm x 23cm and weighing no more than 10kg (8kg to/from Dubai) plus a smaller bag measuring a maximum of 25cm x 22cm x 20cm. Total weight of all bags must not exceed 10kg (8kg to/from Dubai).
No suitcase allowed in the cabin on the basic fare level. You are allowed to take a small hand bag in the cabin providing the overall size is no bigger than 35cm x 20cm x 20cm. There is currently no weight limit for this bag.
One bag measuring a maximum of 55cm x 40cm x 20cm with a maximum weight of 5kg. TUI package customer’s maximum weight is 7kg.
One bag measuring a maximum of 56cm x 45cm x 25cm plus a small bag or laptop or duty free item.
One bag measuring a maximum of 40cm x 30cm x 18cm.
One bag measuring a maximum of 42cm x 32cm x 25cm and weighing a maximum 10kg. You can purchase an additional bag that can be taken into the cabin with maximum dimensions of 56cm x 45cm x 25cm and weighing no more than 12kg. (Cost depends on the route).
We hope you find this guide handy and don’t forget we at Avocet Travel Management are able to book budget Airlines as well as first class round the world trips.
Kids are out of school and the sun is shining. We hear the cry of “I’m Bored” all too often. Why not take them to the RAF Museum in Hendon, North London.
Newly revamped this interactive museum offers three new immersive galleries, test their flying skills, sit inside a cockpit and learn about 100 years of the Royal Air Force. The cost…NOTHING!!
Why not make it a few days and visit Central London, or if that’s just too hot take them down to Brighton for the day (just 1 hour from London on air conditioned trains) Sit on the beach and a paddle in the sea is a real must!
Ask us for rail tickets, hotel accommodation and attraction passes, UK and Worldwide.
Did you know that just 5% on British people have been horse racing. So that’s a staggering 95% of the population that have not!
Horse racing is not just about the gambling, its actually a social day out and believe it or not it need not be an expensive one. Bring your own picnic and sit on the lawns is the most economic way. But of course should you want something special then we would suggest going for an hospitality package.
Ascots premium products include The On 5 restaurant. You own private restaurant with unparalleled views of the whole course. You will be introduced to some jockeys, are invited to the weigh room, get to stand on the winners podium and have a 3 course fine dinning experience.
Avocet Travel Management association with Ascot has enabled us to negotiate some special rates at this prestigious venue so why not contact us for more information
Its been a hectic summer at Avocet Travel Management. Three substantial groups have gone out all within days of each other keeping us all busy.
The first was a small bespoke group wishing to see George Stephenson’s locomotive the “Rocket” plus other bits and pieces of railway interest. So beginning of August it was off to York and the National Railway Museum, followed by a trip on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway to Whitby.
Then we had a group of 30 Singaporeans visiting the UK. All they wanted to do was to go around Britain and see as much as they can so we embarked on a tour taking in Guernsey, Cork, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Orkney Islands, Inverness, Edinburgh, Le Havre (I know its not the UK!) and London before returning to the office for a day. It was then off to Swindon for a meeting we had set up for 12 business people including an afternoon of sailing and pottery!
All in all a great August so thank you everyone for booking your groups through Avocet Travel Management.
This Wednesday (25th January 2017) sees the final major changes to the terminals at Gatwick.
British Airways are moving all their operations to the South Terminal with Virgin Atlantic moving to the North. Leaving Easyjet (which currently operates from both terminals) to consolidate its operation around the North terminal.