MAX 10 KG
MAX 10 KG
(Wheels not mandatory)
CHECKED-IN BAG X 6
MAX. 10KG, 20KG OR 32KG
When flying with WIZZ, each person can bring:
- One carry-on bag (max. size 40 x 30 x 20 cm, 10 kg), which should be placed under the seat.
- Up to six pieces of checked-in baggage, maximum three can be purchased online on wizzair.com or via call center, while the rest can be purchased at the airport.
- Duty-free items purchased at the airport following security screening.
If you purchase WIZZ Priority service (or you are entitled to WIZZ Priority with WIZZ Privilege Pass, WIZZ GO or WIZZ Plus bundles), you are entitled to bring with you a free carry-on bag (max. size 40 x 30 x 20 cm) and an extra trolley bag (max. 55 x 40 x 23 cm; no wheels necessary, but must remain w/in size, weight limits). It is guaranteed you can bring both bags with you into the cabin area, unless it is impossible due to operational restrictions.
Passengers without WIZZ Priority
Passengers are entitled to travel with one free carry-on bag (max. size 40 x 30 x 20 cm). If you do not purchase WIZZ Priority and your carry on bag exceeds these dimensions, you will be charged an oversize fee at the airport.
Additional items on board
You can take the following items on board free of charge:
- a coat or blanket
- mobile phone
- reading material for the flight
- for children younger than two: food for the duration of the flight and a foldable baby stroller or a small crib (can be taken until the aircraft door or steps)
- a pair of crutches for physically disabled passengers
Purchasing baggage allowance
Purchase extra baggage, during or after your booking, on your flight summary page!
- alternatively, purchase during the online check-in process up to three hours before departure. You can also pay at the airport when you arrive, but fees will be far higher. We recommend booking online if you can.
Size and weight
Your checked-in baggage cannot be larger than:
- Width: 149 cm
- Height: 119 cm
- Length: 171 cm
Checked-in bag types:
- 10 kg checked-in bag
- 20 kg checked-in bag
- 32 kg checked-in bag
You can check in up to 3 pieces of checked-in luggage. Wizz Air is introducing a new type of checked-in bag with a weight allowance of 10 kg, besides the available 20 and 32 kg options.You can check in a maximum 1 bag of 10 kg, 2 bags of 20 kg, or 3 bags of 32 kg. Other combination of checked-in bags is not possible to purchase online.
Turn your hand luggage into checked-in baggage!
If you need more space, you can add checked-in baggage to your booking by paying a baggage fee. You may add up to three items of checked-in baggage online and another three items at the airport.
- purchase the checked-in baggage when you book your flight
- alternatively, add a checked-in bag on your flight summary page up to three hours before departure
It is possible to travel with a lot of luggage.
- check in up to six items of luggage per flight – with baggage fees applied to each separate item
- pay for the first three items online, and if you have more, you can pay for the rest at the airport
At certain airports, the relevant baggage fee may only be paid using a credit or debit card:
- Brno (BRQ)
- Paris Beauvais (BVA)
- Cologne (CGN)
- Donetsk (DOK)
- Dortmund (DTM)
- Grenoble (GNB)
- Haugesund (HAU)
- Kharkiv (HRK)
- Kyiv Zhulyany (IEV)
- Kristiansand (KRS)
- Malmo (MMX)
- Milan Malpensa (MXP)
- Pisa (PSA)
- Stavanger (SVG)
- Trondheim (TRD)
- Oslo Sandefjord Torp (TRF)
- Moscow (VKO)
Please make sure that you do not carry any of the following items in your checked-in baggage:
- cash, securities
- jewellery, precious metal, precious and semi-precious stones
- computers, cameras, video cameras, mobile phones or other electronic appliances and their accessories
- official, business or private documents
- travel or other identity documents
- pieces of art and fine art
- perishable items
If the checked-in baggage contains any of the above listed items, WIZZ cannot be liable for any loss, damage or delay.
Some airports may have further restrictions on items that can be carried in the hand luggage and/or in the checked-in baggage. In such cases, the airport’s regulations prevail.
For health and safety reasons, we can't bring items on board if they are:
- likely to endanger the aircraft, persons or property
- likely to be damaged during transportation by air
- unsuitably packed items
- forbidden by any applicable laws, regulations or orders of any state to be flown from, into or over
- not suitable for carriage because of its weight, size or any other unusual characteristics
- likely to cause discomfort or disgust to those on board
- firearms, ammunition and explosives including weapons of hunting or sporting purposes
- any items or substance that looks like a firearm, ammunition or explosive
- flammable substance (except: alcoholic beverages, hair spray, perfume, cologne)
- radioactive materials
- condensed gas (except: CO2 used for moving artificial limbs; containers of inflammable gas used for self-inflating lifejackets);
- poisonous or infectious substances
- corrosives (except: mercury in thermometers, barometers and in wheelchair batteries)
- briefcases and security type attaché cases with built-in alarm devices, lithium batteries or pyrotechnical material
- items and materials that endanger safety, property, life, health and bodily integrity of those on board
- any material that is forbidden under the rules and regulations of the countries affected by the carriage
- any item that is not suitable for carriage because of its weight, size or any other characteristics
- remains of human bodies
- any glue or paint
- any items specified in the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations
If you've packed any of these items, we may not be able to check in your baggage. If you still have questions, just ask us before you pack!
It is the passenger’s responsibility to respond to all requests from security authorities if required. If a piece of baggage is not transported because the passenger failed to fulfil requests from security, Wizz Air will not be held responsible for any associated cost.
For everyone's safety, all of our flights follow these government-imposed restrictions on liquids in cabin baggage:
- the liquid is in a container with a maximum volume of 100ml
- all liquid containers meeting the maximum volume of 100ml can fit comfortably into a transparent, resealable, 1 litre plastic bag measuring 20 x 20 cm
- the plastic bag should be presented separately at security
- any liquid not meeting the requirements listed above will be disposed of at airport security, so please take care when packing your hand luggage
Transport your sporting equipment with WIZZ for an additional sporting equipment fee! The following items can be transported:
- ski, snowboard, surf equipment, golf bags packed in a pouch
- jumping poles can only be accepted for carriage if packed in textile sacks
- bicycles packed in a bicycle travel case with the wheels and pedals removed and handlebars turned parallel or packed in cardboard, provided that the tyres are deflated
- diving equipment with empty diving cylinders, removed power source or bulb switches secured in the "OFF" position
- antlers and trophies with a valid veterinary certificate
Please note that we cannot provide packaging material. Make sure you pack your sporting equipment in accordance with the above-mentioned requirements. If it is not properly packaged, we won’t be able to transport it.
Pets are not permitted on board, except for guide dogs. Don’t forget to pack your guide dog’s required travel documents: these will need to comply with the regulations of the countries you’re visiting.
Emotional Support Animals are not accepted on Wizz Air flights.
You can bring a musical instrument case on board which has a maximum length of 80 cm. Other dimensions of the case must not exceed 40 x 23 cm.
- the musical instrument can be taken on board only if you
have Wizz Priority purchased to your booking, which will allow you to take the
musical instrument instead of the trolley bag
- examples of such instruments are violins, violas, flutes, clarinets, trumpets, ukuleles
- the musical instrument case should be placed in the hand luggage sizer: width & depth must fit and height should be less than approximately 1.5 times the allowed height
small musical instrument is your cabin baggage and no other piece can be
carried on board
- the musical instrument must be placed in the overhead compartment
- musical instruments that do not fit the above dimensions and cannot be transported as checked-in baggage can be carried on an aircraft seat after purchasing the seat
- a reservation can also be made online: enter “EXST” in the First Name field and the passenger’s surname in the Last Name field
- for safety reasons instruments carried on extra seat in the cabin cannot be placed in emergency exit rows and first row, and they must be placed on a window seat
- instruments larger than a cello (e.g. double bass, harp, etc.) must be checked in with a “Limited Release” tag.
Limited Release tags
Damaged, fragile, bulky, inadequately packed, late check-in and oversized baggage will only be accepted for carriage with a Limited Release baggage tag. Wizz Air cannot accept liability for such items.
Diplomatic baggage or any type of baggage with a sealed lock must be accompanied by a diplomatic courier during the whole journey and must be declared as diplomatic baggage. The diplomatic baggage must always be carried as non-checked-in baggage irrespective of its size, special characteristics and the required special handling procedure.
If the size or characteristics of the diplomatic baggage does not allow its carriage in the cabin, it can be carried in the baggage hold, but it will be considered as unchecked baggage, because we cannot take responsibility for it. In this case the courier should be present during the entire loading and unloading process of the diplomatic bag, as he/she is held responsible.
Whether or not a lithium battery can be carried by air depends on its Watt-hour (Wh) rating (for lithium-ion, chargeable batteries) or its lithium content in grams (for lithium-metal, non-chargeable batteries).
When carrying consumer electronic devices (watches, calculating machines, cameras, mobile phones, laptop computers, camcorders, etc.) containing lithium or lithium ion cells or batteries, spare batteries must be individually protected to prevent short circuits (by placement in original retail packaging or by otherwise insulating terminals, e.g. by taping over exposed terminals or placing each battery in a separate plastic bag or protective pouch) and carried in cabin baggage only.
Don’t put spare batteries in your checked-in baggage!
In addition, each installed or spare battery must not exceed the following:
- Lithium metal or lithium alloy batteries cannot contain more than 2 grams of lithium.
- Lithium ion batteries cannot have a watt-hour rating of more than 100 Wh.
Lithium ion batteries exceeding a watt-hour rating of 100 Wh but not exceeding 160 Wh may be carried as spare batteries or in equipment in cabin baggage only, after the approval of Wizz Air.
No more than two (2) individually protected spare batteries with watt-hour rating between 100 and 160Wh may be carried per person.
Checked (hold) Baggage
On One's Person
Airline approval required
Portable electronic devices containing lithium ion batteries
Should be carried as carry-on baggage. Measures must be taken
Large portable electronic devices such as laptops and tablets
Portable electronic devices
powered by fuel cells such as cameras,
Fuel cells containing fuel are permitted in carry-on baggage only.
cell cartridges may only contain flammable liquids,
Portable electronic devices such
as watches, calculating
Each installed or spare battery must not exceed the following:
Should be carried in carry-on
baggage. If a device is carried in
electronic devices (including medical devices) containing
electronic equipment containing a non-spillable battery
The battery must not have a
voltage greater than 12 volts and
equipment either must be protected from inadvertent activation,
Carried by passengers or crew for personal use.
Content of Lithium metal
batteries must not exceed
of the devices and / or batteries on board the aircraft is
Ashes can be carried on board as long as they are safely packed in a suitable container. The death certificate and the cremation certificate must be presented at the airport. Ashes can only be carried as cabin baggage.
In the unlikely event that your baggage is missing, damaged or delayed, you can file a report upon arrival at your destination.
- visit the “Baggage Claim” or “Lost Luggage” desk in the transit area, where we can help you fill out a Property Irregularity Report (PIR) straight away
- if no report is filed at the destination airport, we can't accept responsibility
- if the baggage is not found within 21 days of reporting it at the destination airport, Wizz Air will be liable for loss
- we cannot be liable for baggage misidentified by another passenger – all cost is the liability of the passenger involved
To return mishandled baggage to its owner as soon as possible, all baggage items must be marked with the passenger's name, initials and address before check-in.
Checked-in baggage will, whenever possible, be carried on the same aircraft as its owner. For safety or operational reasons, the checked-in baggage might be carried on an alternative flight. In these cases, Wizz Air cannot be liable for the delay of the baggage.
We take liability for damage in the following ways:
- if it was impossible to recognise the damage or pilferage of your baggage upon arrival, you can report it at the airport within seven days of your arrival
- if the baggage does not arrive with your flight and it is delivered damaged or pilfered, you can make a report in writing within 21 days after the delivery of the baggage
- if the baggage was unsuitably packed, liability will be reduced
- report damage to your cabin baggage (including clothing) on board or before leaving the transit area
Submitting claims and complaints
Claims can be submitted in writing to the Wizz Air Claims Division or to your insurance company if you are claiming directly.
To help us process your claim quickly, please enclose a copy of the Cabin Report or Property Irregularity Report provided to you on board or at the airport when you made your report for delay, damage or pilferage. Please also provide your contact and bank account details where indemnity (if any) can be transferred to.
Complaints can be sent to Wizz Air Customer Relations by submitting a complaints form.