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EasyJet, Ryanair, Jet2, TUI and British Airways baggage price differences for airlines

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Each airline has their own prices for baggage allowance, and it's important to know these costs so that you can plan your packing.You now need to be prepared for flights more than ever.

With Covid-19 travel rules and new laws in popular European destinations, the luggage cost can be easily forgotten. In some cases the extra allowance will only cost you an extra pound, in others the free carry-on is surprisingly pricey, so you may be as well packing light.

Here are the baggage costs for different airlines so that you know where you can save and where you can splash the cash. EasyJet have some of the best prices for cabin bags, and for a small carry-on you won't have to pay anything at all.A small carry-on is a 45 x 36 x 20 cm bag according to the airline.Prices then start at £5.99 for a large cabin bag which has to be 56 x 45 x 25 cm or less.Then you get to the hold luggage, which costs as follows: Like EasyJet, Ryanair have no fees for a small carry-on, however their fees page doesn't clearly say what size a small bag would be.

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