This could set you back a whopping £50 at the boarding gate so it’s definitely worth making sure your bag fits the allowance.
Luckily easyJet does have a handy tool for checking the size of your hand luggage.
The airline’s Travel App has a bag sizing tool which checks the dimensions of your carry on item.
“Simply open the app and click on your trip itinerary to find the bag sizing tool,” explained easyJet.
“You can then use your mobile phone camera to size your cabin bag.
“If it fits inside the maximum cabin bag dimensions you’re good to go!
“If it doesn’t fit, don’t worry! You can always add hold luggage quickly and easily through the app or within Manage Bookings.”
However, the good news is there is no weight limit – although you will have to be able to lift it yourself.
easyJet warns there is only room in the cabin for 70 hand luggage bags which means overhead lockers can fill up quickly.
“All remaining cabin bags will be put into the hold and can be collected from the baggage carousel on arrival in the terminal,” explains the airline.
Of course, if you pay more and buy a Flexi, Upfront or Extra Legroom booking, you’ll be allowed to take more hand luggage onboard.
These customers can bring an additional under seat bags such as a laptop bag or handbag.
The maximum size for these bags is 45x36x20cm and they must be placed under the seat in front of you.
Another option easyJet offers customers to make life, well, easier, is Hands Free.
For this, fliers simply, drop their cabin bag off at easyJet Plus Bag Drop and then collect them first off the baggage carousel at the other end.
However, a small fee does apply which can be found in easyJet’s terms and conditions.
As for hold luggage, each customer including children and infants can buy up to three hold bags.
A standard hold bag is 23kg but you can buy extra weight in 3kgs units, up to a maximum of 32kg per bag.