Mundbind, covid-19 certificate and maybe a reference book of various guidelines, it is necessary to follow abroad. Coronaepidemien has put forward new requirements for what air travellers need to put in the suitcase prior to departure, but the extra pakkenelliker is not synonymous with more space.
on the Contrary. A number of airlines have in the rise of the crisis, cut down on the amount of cabin baggage, each passenger may take with on the plane. It writes the Norwegian Newspaper.
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It applies, for example, SAS, which has decided to restrict cabin baggage to one piece per person in a period of time.
- This means that you no longer can take an additional personal item on board, f.ex. a laptop or a handbag, write the airline on its website.
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SAS recommends, by the same token that you place your hand baggage under the seat instead of using the hattehylderne as usual.
it is Hoped that in this way can make boardingprocessen faster and reduce the risk of situations where space is being cramped aboard the plane,' writes the SAS.
According to the Newspaper, Norwegian and Widerøe introduced similar guidelines for carry-on baggage.
At SAS introduced the measure 11. may, and it is yet uncertain when the airline will waive it.
- It depends on several factors - and many of them are out of our hands. A reduced number of trunks is just one of the many temporary measures we have introduced, and they are being continuously taken up for assessment in this exceptional situation, says press officer in the SAS, John Eckhoff, to the media.
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