Rules for carry-on baggage
In addition to personal items such as handbags, cameras and umbrellas, passengers are allowed one item of carry-on baggage. (Includes duty free items and other souvenirs that are purchased after the security inspection point.) Due to the strengthening of airport security checks and to ensure safety onboard, we ask for your cooperation in keeping carry-on baggage to a minimum. Any items exceeding the size and weight regulations for carry-on baggage should be checked in at the baggage counter (fee charged).
*For checked-in baggage rules please click here.
*Airport staffs will measure your baggage size, weight and number of pieces.
The size regulations of carry-on baggage are as follows:
*The size of your baggage includes the handles, pockets, and wheels, etc.
※Infants not occupying seats are not entitled to carry-on baggage.
Please pay attention to the following items when carrying into the cabin.
Besides, other countries may have additional rules and restrictions.
For details, please check the links below.
●Taiwan ●Hong Kong ● Korea ● China ● Thailand
Cigar Lighter which is a lighter with a strong blue torch flame for lighting cigars and Oil Lighters without absorbent cottons are prohibited for checked and carry-on baggage.(*1)
* Carrying of any matches or lighters onto flights departing from Mainland China (except Hong Kong) is prohibited. These items are also prohibited when carried as checked baggage.
There are restrictions on liquids to be carried on board.
Different rules apply for domestic and international flights. Please see below.
On domestic flights, you are allowed to bring beverages on board.
■Liquor･Alcoholic beverages: allowed on board
*Alcoholic beverages containing between 24% and 70% alcohol by volume are allowed up to 5 liters per person.
*Alcoholic beverages containing more than 70% alcohol by volume will not be accepted as carry-on or checked baggage.
■Toiletries/medications (non-radioactive): allowed on board
*Allowed up to 2 kg or 2 liters per person, and no more than 0.5 kg or 0.5 liters in each container.
On international flights, any liquids in containers larger than 100 ml (3.4 oz) are prohibited on board.
However, liquids are accepted as carry-on under the following conditions:
■Liquids are in containers no larger than 100 ml (3.4 oz.).
･"Liquids" include gels (such as toothpaste and hair gel) and aerosols.
■Those containers are placed in a clear plastic zip-top bag with a maximum volume of 1 liter.
･Liquids cannot be carried on board if the containers are under 100 ml (3.4 oz.) but not placed in a clear plastic bag, or if the bag cannot be sealed.
･Containers larger than 100 ml (3.4 oz.) or without a clear plastic bag will have to be either disposed of, or placed in checked baggage.
■Liquid containers are placed in a clear plastic bag no larger than 20 x 20 cm (8" x 8").
･Plastic bags with bottom gusset cannot be used, since they exceed the maximum volume of 1 liter.
■Only 1 bag per person is allowed on board.
･At security checkpoints, present it for inspection separately from other carry-on baggage.
*As checked baggage, there are no volume limitations on liquids; they can be in containers larger than 100 ml (3.4 oz).
*To prevent confusion and facilitate the screening at security checkpoints, we kindly ask you to place liquids in your checked baggage (your suitcases, etc.) as much as possible.
Passengers who need to administer medication at the airport or on board can bring their medications in their carry-on baggage.
Any medication to be brought on board must have a label providing a pharmaceutical description of it. Bring all prescribed medications in their original containers.
If your medications need to be kept cool, please discuss options with your pharmacist. We cannot refrigerate medication for you. Bring your own container with a cooling agent, such as ice or dry ice.
Please call our Contact Centre.
Baby formula/baby food
Passengers traveling with infants are allowed to carry on these items in the amount necessary for the flight without placing them in a clear plastic bag.
Alcoholic beverages purchased at duty-free shops beyond security checkpoints are allowed to be carried on board. However, if you are making a connecting flight, you need to check them after arrival.
Musical instruments carried as cabin baggage must be kept within the size regulations (Sum of the three dimensions should be less than 115cm and within the weight of 10kg.) Passengers are allowed to carry on if it can be stowed safely inside the overhead locker. The instrument is considered part of your cabin baggage allowance.
Passengers are not allowed to check in/carry-on Pets.
Some items are prohibited from being carried on or checked in.
Explosives (including fireworks), flammable liquids and solids (including matches, lighters and lighter fuels, camping and household stoves with fuel, alcoholic beverages exceeding 70% alcohol by volume), compressed gases (including butane gas cassettes and O2 bottles for sports use and Aerosols (Dust removal)) , poisonous substances (including insecticides), radioactive materials, highly magnetized materials, oxidizing substances, offensive or irritating substances, and any other articles liable to endanger and/or damage the aircraft, persons or properties aboard cannot be brought onboard and cannot be carried as either checked or carry-on baggage.
In addition to the above, there are other items that are not accepted as carry-on or checked baggage.
Please check Peach regulations(PDF). and the additional information links below for international flights.
●Taiwan ●Hong Kong ● Korea ● China ● Thailand
Please note that any items you may be carrying that are designated as dangerous goods will be disposed of at security checkpoints.
These regulations may change without prior notice.
Restricted Use of Electronic Devices
The use of electronic/electric devices may interfere with the safe operation of our aircraft and is restricted on board, including while the aircraft is on the ground with the aircraft entry doors closed.
Please check here.