If you are going to travel with Danish Air Transport and you are one of those people who rush to the last hole in the backpack, the one you don’t plan to check in because you want to put it on the plane, and if you don’t want to be scared and have to pay extra for not confirming the weight of your luggage, pay close attention to the information shared in this guide.

DAT has its own package weight and volume policy that you need to take into account when boarding:

– In the cabin (Handbag)

Danish Air Transport accepts that each of its passengers carry with them in the cabin a baggage whose maximum weight is 8kg while its size must not exceed 115cm including 55cm in length, 35cm in width and 25cm in height.

– In the hold (Checked Baggage)

Checked baggage (the pieces that are placed in the hold of the aircraft) can be transported on board DAT flights, but only for those who have chosen to book their flights with the BETTER or FULL FLEX fare. They are authorized to check in a baggage of 23kg.

Passengers booking with the GOOD fare are not eligible for this free offer.

Pack your bags and prepare your luggage before boarding

Depending on the type of trip you are going to make, you will have to adapt your luggage to the limitations put in place by Danish Air Transport.

Be careful, and check the specific limitations on the number of packages, measures and maximum weights that apply to the transport of hand luggage.

A suitcase can usually be carried as hand luggage in the cabin of the aircraft. Danish Air Transport authorizes the possibility of adding an additional piece of luggage: a handbag, a backpack or a laptop, …

Electrical or electronic devices are allowed in hand luggage, but must be presented separately and out of their cases in the security bins.

Avoid bringing these items in your hand baggage

Passengers are not permitted to bring into the security restricted area or into the cabin of an aircraft any items which pose a risk to the health of passengers and crew or to the safety of the aircraft and goods, such as firearms and weapons in general; devices that fire projectiles; stunning or immobilizing devices; pointed or sharp objects; blunt instruments; tools that can be used to cause serious injury Substances and devices; explosives and incendiary; chemicals and toxic substances; liquids, aerosols and gels.

Certain liquids may be placed in carry-on baggage

This is possible in the following cases:

Liquids in individual containers with a capacity not exceeding 100 ml. contained in turn in a transparent plastic bag with an opening/closing system

  • The passenger is entitled to one bag of liquid in the cabin

Liquids which must be used exclusively during the trip either for medical needs or because of the need for special diets, including food for children. It is recommended that, as far as possible, the passenger carry with him the medical prescription or the justification of his particular condition.

  • Bringing medication on the plane

Liquid medicines are exempt from the restrictions that affect the carriage of liquids in hand luggage, as long as their use is necessary during the trip.

To do this, you must present the medications separately at the security check, outside of the transparent bag that is required for other liquids.

If you need to carry other medical supplies (syringes for diabetics, measuring devices, etc.), you must notify your airline in advance, who will inform you of the procedure to follow.

Regarding solid medications, they are accepted if they are accompanied by their prescription or the corresponding medical prescription. In this case, it is advisable to carry them in your hand baggage.

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