“Carry-on baggage” is the baggage carried and looked after by the passengers during the entire travel period including the stopover time. “Free Carry-on baggage” must be regulated of type and amount by the carriers.
The "baggage ticket" is a part of ticket involving checked baggage.
The "baggage tag identification voucher" is specifically issued by the carrier to the passengers for identifying their checked baggage.
The size of carry-on baggage shall fit with the space of baggage rack or space under seats. For safety reasons and to guarantee normal activities inside the cabin, our staff are authorised to prevent oversize baggage being brought into the aircraft.
First class passengers can take two pieces of baggage onboard, while passengers of other classes can take one piece only. However, each piece of baggage must be no more than 5kg in weight, and must be no more than 20*40*55cm in size.Carry-on items that exceed the limits to weight or volume should be transported as checked baggage. Please check your baggage at the check-in counter or self-service baggage checking equipment in advance. China Southern Airlines may inspect your baggage at check-in counter, security check counter, boarding gate and cabin. Your baggage exceeding the free baggage allowance will be charged as per excess baggage rate. According to the Regulation on the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Order No. 42 of the Ministry of Transport of the People's Republic of China, 2016), if your carry-on excess baggage doesn’t comply with relevant regulations, you must re-check the baggage at check-in counter or self-service baggage checking equipment, and such baggage may not arrive at the destination on the same flight with you.
In addition to the prohibited items listed by carry-on and checked baggage rules, other household blades such as kitchen knives, shears, large fruit knives and razors; specialized tools such as surgical blades, butcher's knives, and carving tools; broadswords, spears, swords, and halberds used in performances; and other sharp or blunt instruments such as axes, hammers, awls, canes with increased weight or sharp point, and alpenstocks that may threaten flight safety.
Infant baggage allowance is 10kg plus a baby stroller (pram). Rigid strollers can only be transported as checked baggage. Collapsible strollers can be stored in cabin. However, if cabin space is insufficient, collapsible strollers must be transported as checked baggage. The infant food and items for daily use can be brought into the cabin after they are shown and explained to security staff.