Special Cabin Baggage


Cabin baggage is the items that the passenger carries in the cabin but does not fit in the free hand luggage, requiring the locking of additional places for transportation. Cabin baggage may refer to bulky or fragile luggage, such as works of art, musical instruments or electronic equipment.

Your acceptance is subject to the following conditions:

  • The pressure / weight of cabin luggage on the seat cannot exceed 75kg 
  • For larger weights or large volumes, more than one (1) place may be required. This number shall be defined by the carrier.
  • 120 x 40x 20 cm for the items may be placed in between passenger seat rows
    75 x 50 x 45 cm for the items may be placed on the seat


The free baggage allowance carried in the hold may be established on the basis of the weight or number of pieces to be carried. In accordance with international standards for Occupational Safety and Health conditions, Air Anka do not carry suitcases over 32 kg. Packages weighing more than 32 kg must be transported as cargo. Check the baggage allowance for your flight below.

Parts Concept

The concept of pieces (piece concept) is based on the number of pieces that a passenger can carry.

Registered luggage

It is the baggage awarded to Air Anka and for which a luggage tag is issued.

This baggage is carried in the hold and, for safety reasons, on the same plane as the passenger.

The luggage must be marked with the name and address of the passenger and properly closed to ensure safe transportation.

Checked baggage may not contain:

  • Fragile and perishable objects;
  • Essential medicines;
  • Keys;
  • Professional or academic documents;
  • Samples;
  • Passports or other identification documents;
  • Valuable objects (such as money, jewelry, precious metals, glasses, contact lenses, prosthetics, and all kinds of orthopedic devices, personal computers or other related equipment, mobile phones and other personal electronic devices, negotiable securities, securities, or other valuable documents ).

Air transport of dangerous goods, such as:

  • Explosives, including detonators, fuses, grenades and mines;
  • Gases, including propane gas and butane gas;
  • Flammable liquids, including gasoline and methanol;
  • Flammable solids and reactive substances, including magnesium, lighters, fireworks and torches;
  • Organic peroxides and peroxides, including paint thinners and car refinishing kits;
  • Toxic or infectious substances, including rodenticides and infected blood;
  • Radioactive material, including medicinal isotopes or other isotopes on the market;
  • Corrosive substances, including mercury, and vehicle batteries;
  • Fuel system components of vehicles that have already contained fuel.

The MSC (Most Significant Carrier) rule came into effect on April 1, 2011

If the longest or most significant route is not operated by Air Anka but rather by another airline, the latter’s rules and rates may also apply to Air Anka flights and flights.
If Air Anka operate the longest or most significant route of travel, the rules and rates currently in force shall apply.

– Consult our offices for more information.
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For safety reasons, it is prohibited to carry certain items of luggage as hand luggage:

  • Pistols, firearms, and other devices that fire projectiles: devices that may or appear to be used to cause serious injury by firing a projectile;
  • Neutralizing devices: devices specifically designed to stun or immobilize;
  • Pointed or sharp objects: objects that, because of their sharp point or sharp edges, can be used to cause serious injury;
  • Work tools: tools that can be used to cause serious injury or threaten the safety of the aircraft;
  • Blunt instruments: objects that can cause serious injury if used to physically assault someone;
  • Explosives, incendiary substances and devices: explosive and incendiary materials and devices which may or appear to be capable of being used to cause serious injury or to threaten the safety of the aircraft;
  • Liquids, Aerosols and Gels.

Note: Carriage of liquids on board is only permitted in containers with a capacity of up to 100 milliliters and not exceeding in total 1 liter per passenger. These should be packed in a transparent plastic bag with a locking system and easy opening, measuring 19cm x 20cm.


An electronic cigarette or e-cigarette is an electronic device that tries to simulate the act of smoking. It can resemble a normal cigarette, both in shape and function, and may even simulate smoke, although it is vapor.

It has, in general, 3 common elements:

  • Mouthpiece (cartridge)
  • Heating device (atomizing chamber)
  • Battery (usually a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and an electronic system of colored light).

Although electronic cigarettes are not prohibited by law, their use on board may cause problems and their consumption is not allowed on board aircraft of Air Anka However, they may be carried in hand luggage.