For the safety of all passengers and our crew, please put your carry-on baggage in the rack above your seat or under the seat in front of you. Passengers seated near emergency exits (including those seated near wing exits and in the first row) must put their baggage in the overhead rack to ensure that the baggage will not hinder evacuation in case of emergency.
We will check your carry-on baggage when you go through check-in formalities and before boarding. You must check in your overweight carry-on baggage when going through check-in formalities. Before boarding, overweight carry-on baggage must be put in the baggage compartment. If the total weight of the carry-on baggage and the checked baggage exceeds the prescribed amount, you will need to pay excess baggage charges.
CSAir has the right to determine at our discretion whether your baggage should be treated as carry-on baggage or checked baggage to ensure your safety and comfort as well as the safety and comfort of other passengers.
The carry-on baggage allowances of all the flights and spaces of the baggage that passengers(infants excluded) may take to baggage holder or put under front seat of passenger spaces of plane are shown as below:
|Types||Travel classes||Maximum number of Pieces||Maximum Weight of Each Piece||Maximum Dimensions per Piece|
|Premium Economy Class|
|International/regional flights:||First Class||2PC|
|Premium Economy Class|
|Note： Any item in excess of carry-on baggage weight, number or size as listed above will be required to be handled as checked baggage.|
When carrying a reasonable number of spare batteries needed for the travel as well as mobile phone, laptop, camera and other equipment with lithium batteries for personal use on the fight, it should be noted that:
1、Electric equipment can be put in the checked baggage or carried with the carry-on baggage ,while spare batteries within a reasonable number can be only put into the catty-on baggage when boarding;
2、During the flight, please power off all the equipment with lithium battery to prevent them from accidental start –up. A single spare battery should be packed independently, whose electrodes must be protected properly to avoid spontaneous explosion and combustion caused by friction, collision and short circuit;
|Lithium battery specification||pieces restriction||Transportation regulation|
|Rated Energy<100wh||2||Need no declaration, can be put in the carry-on baggage.|
|100wh||2||Should be declared to the airline and approved by it before boarding.|
||Should be declared to the airline and consulted for freight service.|
|Note： Please confirm the specification marked on the lithium battery before boarding on the flight. Lithium battery specification is calculated by its rated energy (Wh), those without indicated rated energy have to be calculated bythe following formula: Rated Energy（wh）=battery Capacity（Ah）× Nominal Voltage（V） Unit conversion of battery capacity：1Ah=1000mAh|
1、All items of liquids, gels, and aerosols must be stored in containers with a maximum capacity of 100 ml. If larger than 100 ml (even if it is not full), it is not allowed to carry in cabin but in checked baggage;
2、The containers with liquids should be fitted comfortably within a re-sealable transparent plastic bag of a maximum capacity not exceeding 1 liter (L). Each passenger can only bring one transparent plastic bag at a time, and shall transport the exceeding part as checked baggage;
3、The plastic bag with liquids must be checked particularly at the security checkpoint; baby formula/milk/breast milk (with baby accompanied) and necessary liquid drug brought by diabetics or other patients should be passed through the security checkpoint, and you shall show the certification to security-checking staffs. Liquid drug should be stored in 100 ml container in a transparent plastic bag;
4、Liquids bought in the isolated area of the airport terminal are permitted to carry on board.