You can also bring a small, personal item on board (such as a handbag, laptop bag or airport purchase), as long as it is placed underneath the seat in front of you.
Boozing is off on Jet2 flights, too – you cannot drink any alcohol purchased at the airport (or beforehand) during the flight.
The normal hand liquid restrictions apply for airport security in Jet2 hand luggage.
All liquids, aerosols, and gels must be presented for screening in containers of 100ml or less, and within a clear, resealable plastic bag of no more than one litre in capacity.
Anything exceeding these requirements will need to be placed into your hold baggage and checked in.
All hand luggage is carried in the cabin at Jet2’s discretion, and they reserve the right to check it into the aircraft hold for operational or capacity reasons.
If this is the case, you must ensure that you remove all valuable items (including travel documents, money, medication, keys, spare lithium batteries, as well as any electronic items containing lithium batteries) and carry these with you in the cabin.
Subject to availability, you can pre-book Guaranteed Cabin Luggage for an extra charge, and if you have purchased this service, you will not be asked to put your hand baggage in the hold (unless it exceeds the weight and size requirements detailed above or operational requirements apply).
Never pack cash, valuable items, perishable goods, important documents or essential medications in your checked baggage.
Always carry any cigarettes and tobacco within your hand luggage rather than hold luggage.
When purchasing alcohol to take to your destination, don’t forget to check the current airport security restrictions on carrying liquids as hand luggage.
Glass bottles packed in hold baggage may break and plastic bottles can split causing damage to both your own and other customers’ belongings and are therefore carried entirely at your own risk.