Apartamentos Marsol is located right on the beach, just a 10-minute stroll from the center of Santa Eulalia del Rio. It offers functional apartments with sea views.

Each simply furnished Marsol apartment and studio has a private balcony and a safe. Kitchenettes include a ceramic hob, microwave and fridge.

The ground floor of the small Marsol complex features a reception with a tour desk and a bar-restaurant with a pleasant terrace filled with plants. Free Wi-Fi is available in public areas.

Apartamentos Marsol is located in a quiet area of Santa Eulalia, 200 m from the river and 0.6 mi from the harbor. Free parking can be found nearby, and Ibiza Town is a 15-minute drive away.

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TUI Magic Life Cala Pada has a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Santa Eularia des Riu. Among the facilities at this property are a kids’ club and a concierge service.

With free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, evening entertainment and a 24-hour front desk.

At the hotel, the rooms include a closet. Complete with a private bathroom equipped with a shower and a hairdryer, all rooms at TUI Magic Life have a flat-screen TV.

Plus air conditioning, and selected rooms also feature a seating area.

The rooms will provide guests with a microwave.

A buffet breakfast is available each morning at the accommodation.

TUI Magic Life Cala Pada has a playground. You can play ping pong, minigolf and tennis at the hotel, and the area is popular for cycling.

Popular points of interest near TUI Magic Life Cala Pada include Cala Pada Beach, Niu Blau Beach and S’Argamassa Beach.

The nearest airport is Ibiza Airport, 25.7 km from the accommodation.

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Airline body IATA is calling for passengers and crew to wear facemasks on flights, but it isn’t supporting social distancing measures that would leave middle seats empty on aircraft.

IATA said mask-wearing will reduce the ‘already low risk’ of Covid-19 transmission on flights while avoiding the ‘dramatic cost increases’ to air travel that onboard social distancing measures would bring.

IATA director general and CEO Alexandre de Juniac said: “We must arrive at a solution that gives passengers the confidence to fly and keeps the cost of flying affordable. One without the other will have no lasting benefit.”

Airlines claim that leaving the middle seat empty on aircraft would reduce load factors to 62%, which is 15 percentage points below the average breakeven point for airlines. If airlines are forced to operate with such reduced loads, air fares will have to increase 33% to 58% for airlines just to break even, said IATA.

In addition to face coverings, it is proposing:

  • Temperature screening of passengers, airport workers and travellers
  • Boarding and deplaning processes that reduce contact with other passengers or crew
  • Limiting movement within the cabin during flight,
  • More frequent and deeper cabin cleaning; and
  • Simplified catering procedures that lower crew movement and interaction with passengers.

When proven and available at scale, testing for COVID-19 or immunity passports could also be included as temporary biosecurity measures, it said.

IATA claimed that the limited evidence available suggests that the risk of virus transmission onboard aircraft is low even without special measures.  It said that an informal study of 18 major airlines identified just three episodes of suspected inflight transmission of Covid-19 from January to March, all from passengers to crew, and a further four cases of pilot to pilot transmission which, claimed IATA, could have occurred before or after the flights.

It claims possible reasons why transmission appears to be low onboard aircraft include:

  • Passengers face forward with limited face-to-face interactions
  • Seats provide a barrier to transmission forward to aft in the cabin
  • Air flow from ceiling to floor further reduces the potential for transmission forward or aft in the cabin, moreover, air flow rates are high and not conducive to droplet spread in the same way as in other indoor environments
  • High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters on modern aircraft clean cabin air to operating [hospital] theatre quality, further assisted by high levels of fresh air circulation.

IATA claimed that leaving the middle seat empty on aircraft won’t provide the recommended separation for social distancing to be effective. The UK Government is recommending passengers remain two metres apart but the average seat width is less than 50 cm.

“The cabin environment naturally makes transmission of viruses difficult for a variety of reasons. That helps explain why we have seen little evidence of onboard transmission. In the immediate term, our aim is to make the cabin environment even safer with effective measures so that passengers and crew can return to travel with confidence. Screening, face coverings and masks are among the many layers of measures that we are recommending. Leaving the middle seat empty, however, is not,” said de Juniac.

“We need a vaccine, an immunity passport or an effective COVID-19 test that can be administered at scale. Work on all of these is promising. But none will be realised before we will need to re-start the industry. That’s why we must be ready with a series of proven measures, the combination of which will reduce the already low risk of inflight transmission. And we must be careful not to hard-wire any solution so we can be quick in adopting more efficient measures as they will undoubtedly become available,” he added.

“Airlines are fighting for their survival. Eliminating the middle seat will raise costs. If that can be offset that with higher fares, the era of affordable travel will come to an end. On the other hand, if airlines can’t recoup the costs in higher fares, airlines will go bust. Neither is a good option when the world will need strong connectivity to help kick-start the recovery from COVID-19’s economic devastation.”


More than half of customers are rebooking, says homeworking group

 

Just over half of customers of Not Just Travel who have been affected by Covid-19 travel restrictions are rebooking their holiday, according to the homeworking group.

“We saw around 54% of customers rebooking last week and that figure has only gone up as more have done so,” said co-founder Steve Witt, who added that the re-bookings were all with the original operator.

He said customers are rebooking after Not Just Travel consultants explain what impact widespread refunds would have on the industry.

“By accepting a credit voucher or rebooking, the customer may be forfeiting their legal rights, but they are doing the right thing for themselves, other customers, travel companies and their thousands of staff. By holding the line the customer is helping the supplier to survive the crisis so they can take that holiday at a later date,” he said.

“If everyone was given a refund, it would be like a run on the banks and the operators or airline would go under very quickly. It would mean thousands of customers would not be going on their booked holiday at any time in the near or far future.

“We are finding that once we explain the situation to our customers, the large majority of them are happy to be issued a voucher or rebook as they know their money is protected and it’s the best solution for them and the industry.”

But he added that if customers are really struggling with finances, they should ask for a refund.

“It’s a tough time for everyone, but we are working round the clock to try and help both our customers and the wider travel community to get the best advice and support. ~

“For anyone who is not in a position to rebook or accept a credit note we as a company are doing everything possible to help customers obtain a refund and would encourage them to do so. We appreciate that in the current climate that this is not necessarily an easy process or as quick as it should be, which is why we have a team dedicated to helping customers do just that.”

Witt said it has taken the big players, including TUI, British Airways or Virgin Atlantic, many years to get to where they are and they can’t be replaced quickly.

“It would take years for another player to step into their role,” he said.

“These are exceptional times. Travel operators and airlines aren’t being dishonest, it’s that they are in very difficult situation and need to survive. The sheer number of people contacting the companies is overwhelming. A lot of their staff are furloughed and so with much smaller customer service teams customers aren’t getting any responses.”


Jet2 has put its full summer 2021 programme on sale to a total of 59 destinations.

Together Jet2.com and Jet2holidays will operate more than 1,400 flights a week during next summer’s peak.

The company, which attracted the most positive comments from a travel agents campaign, will offer more than 2.5 million seats to the Canaries from nine UK airports, over 2.2 million seats to the Balearics, over two million seats to 14 destinations in Greece and 1.7 million seats to Turkey next summer.

It said no destinations have been dropped for next year.

Steve Heapy, CEO of Jet2.com and Jet2holidays said: “We have put our Summer 21 programme on sale earlier than ever, giving customers and independent travel agents the chance to book early. We know there is lots of demand for some much-needed summer sunshine following recent events, and this programme of award-winning flights and ATOL protected holidays provides plenty of choice and lots for customers to look forward to.

“With more flights and holidays to the most popular sun and city destinations across Europe, we are very excited about this programme. Our continued focus on delivering our award-winning experience, alongside more choice and flexibility, means Summer 21 looks very bright indeed.”


EasyJet insists that it has enough cash to survive a ‘lengthy’ grounding of its fleet after arranging new loans worth around £400 million.

Announcing an anticipated first-half pre-tax loss of £360 million to £380 million to the end of March, easyJet estimated that keeping all its aircraft on the ground will cost it £1.2 billion, it will use around £2.2 billion if its fleet remains grounded for six months, and if it’s grounded for nine months it will use £3 billion in cash.

However, the airline said that ‘decisive’ cost-cutting, deferring the purchase of 24 new aircraft and the raising of ‘significant’ new finance has ensured it can endure a lengthy fleet grounding.

In a trading update this morning, chief executive Johan Lundgren said: Our first half trading performance was very strong prior to the impact of coronavirus, which shows the strength of easyJet’s business model.

“Since then I have been immensely proud of our team, right across the business, and the way they have worked through these tough times to put us in the strong position we are in now.”

He said swift action taken by the airilne included:

  • A cost cutting initiative to ‘dramaticaly’ bring down cash burn
  • Deferred the delivery of 24 aircraft
  • Executed a funding programme which will add almost £2 billion in extra cash funding, strengthening its liquidity position.

EasyJet said bookings for winter are well ahead of this time last year following its decision to put seats on sale much earlier to allow customers to re-book flights that had been cancelled due to the pandemic.

It said more than half of disrupted had chosen vouchers or alternative flights rather than a refund.

However, the airline admitted that ‘there can be no certainty of the date for restarting commercial flights’.

“We will evaluate continuously based on changing regulations and customer demand and will update the market in due course. Our strategy, network and data science teams are working through different demand scenarios for re-starting flying, which could be done with as little as two weeks’ notice,” it added.

When it does resume flights, it is looking at leaving the middle seat in every row empty to maintain some social distancing and it is considering options for disinfecting aircraft.

The airline will announce its half-year results on June 30.


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EasyJet holidays has put its winter 20/21 and summer 21 programme on sale early to give customers something to look forward to.

It says the early launch also provides greater flexibility to customers with existing bookings who can now amend their holidays to later in the year or next year.

Customers can book as far ahead as October 2021 with a deposit of just £60 per person.

Paul Bixby, strategy and sourcing director at easyJet holidays, said: “We know that we are in highly uncertain times, particularly within the travel industry, and we know that lots of travel plans are currently on hold.

However, that doesn’t stop some of us thinking and dreaming about where we might want to visit once we’re able to.

“We’ve put our winter 20/21 and summer 21 holidays on sale early in the hope of also being able to inspire future trips and also support our existing customers where we can.

We have a wide variety of great value beach destinations and city breaks, from boutique to luxury, family to adults only – not forgetting that our holidays are ATOL protected and we’re members of ABTA for extra peace of mind.

We can’t wait to start taking people on holiday again and helping them to create unforgettable memories.”

Unfortunately they are not showing anything for winter 2020 to Ibiza, the last flight back on the 29th October 2020.

However flights are starting early April next year 2021.


How will your clients travel after the pandemic?

 

While it’s impossible to predict exactly when the corona virus crisis will be over, what is clear is that our lives won’t be the same.

Experts in the industry were asked to predict how travel will be different when we’re out the other side.

This is what they had to say.

 

James Thornton, CEO Intrepid Group
Travel has been so accessible to most of us for so long and it now feels like a luxury. We expect travellers will put a lot of thought into where they go next and how they travel on their post Covid-19 trips.

We predict isolated, ‘clean’ destinations will recover fast. Whilst we’ve been confined to four walls, stunning landscapes like New Zealand’s South Island feel like a world away.

Places like Norway and some of its neighbours are leading the way with their management of Covid-19.

They also offer some stunning and isolated destinations, where travellers can get away from it all. If 2020 proves to be a year we spend a lot of time indoors, then 2021 will be about getting outdoors and getting active so cycling and walking are likely to be popular.

We predict there will be lots of people looking to fulfill BIG bucket list travel experience – with Antarctica being at the top of that list – and that people will be looking for reasons to celebrate in 2021, including trips that are focused around local festivals such as the Rio Carnival trips we run.

Following the Covid-19 outbreak, we think that consumers will be much more aware of where they go and how this impacts the environment.

Because of this, it’s likely that travellers will consciously choose more under touristed destinations, such as Nicaragua or Greenland as well as opting for trips that involve low impact travel such as cycling, hiking and train trips.

There may also be a rise in demand for community-based tourism, as travellers look for authentic travel experiences and the chance to see first-hand how tourism can benefit communities at grassroots level following the outbreak.

Julia Lo Bue-Said, CEO of The Advantage Travel Partnership
As social distancing measures relax, and the country returns to a degree of normality we will learn that the experience of living through a global pandemic will have fundamentally changed us forever.

We are now beginning to realise that travel is no longer the right of the fortunate but a luxury to be protected and celebrated.

Once we begin the slow re-entry into ‘normal’ life we will be changed travellers with different priorities. Whilst there will no doubt be a desire to travel in many of us, we will, I suspect, remain cautious.

Our motivations will have profoundly changed, and our choices will be influenced by different factors.

Our economic circumstances may have significantly altered so understanding how the pipeline of monies are protected will be front of mind as well as the importance the role of a local, human travel agent plays – someone they can talk to and engage with; someone who cares, will be more important than ever before.

Someone the post pandemic traveller can count on will be a critical factor as the experience they have faced during the crisis and how their booking agent dealt with them will without question place the human travel agent in the best possible position to service future bookings.

The post-pandemic traveller will want more reassurance, more personal recommendations and we will weigh up the risk to our health and safety with more gravity than ever before.

Travel agents are working so hard for their customers right now whether that’s helping them with repatriation or trying to provide them with refunds. Their role to inspire us with holiday choices in the future will be even more important.

Chris Webber, head of marketplace at icelolly.com
The travel industry is well versed in dealing with challenges, ranging from terrorism and ash clouds to ‘no deal’ Brexit uncertainty – but we are living in unprecedented times.

It is therefore reassuring that the Government is supporting the major airlines and cruise companies with funding.

They are critical to the growth of the industry. While summer 2020 is optimistic, we believe that the nature and timing of holidays will change.

Given the current school closures, it is probable that the school summer term may be extended. October half term, Winter Sun and Easter 2021 will all be significant.

The timing and strength of the rebound will be based on how freely we can travel around the world. The UK may exit lockdown, but other countries may be on a different trajectory.

Global Economic Forecasts from McKinsey, Moody’s, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley all predict an economic recovery within 2-3 quarters and a rebound in 2021.

Most cruise companies and Tour Operators expect a recovery by Sept/Oct 2020, suggesting that, when lockdown restrictions ease and the UK is through the peak, consumers will start to think about their travel plans again.

We imagine that domestic travel will be the first sector to return. The scale of outbound travel will be dictated by the opening of other countries and how they deal with the virus.

Lynn Narraway, managing director UK and Ireland, Holland America Line
There is no doubt that recent events have hit the cruise industry particularly hard and we have been headline news for all the wrong reasons.

However, throughout the past few weeks we have also been inundated with supportive comments from passengers who have recently sailed with us and who are looking forward to sailing with us again.

We have been complimented on the unfailing service and care given to those on board during recent sailings and these are the things that help set the cruise industry apart and will continue to do so in the future.

Our clients have told us they are really looking forward to travelling far and wide later this year and in 2021; booking iconic experiences that they can look forward and plan for – such as Alaska’s glaciers and wildlife; the fascinating cultures of Canada & New England; the Caribbean’s warm winter sun and beaches.

Tom Jenkins, CEO of ETOA
The natural reaction is to assume that the future will be a product of the current situation. It won’t.

We are facing a unique crisis produced by government reaction to the threat posed to their health services. This will pass.

Mass gathering will return. Theatres, cinemas and football matches will become crowded.

Tourism will start again. We will be then be facing clients whose basic impulses will not have changed.

They will still want to travel, to see the sights they have heard about, appreciate accommodation and enjoy the culture of a different location.

Some will still want to increase their chances of melanoma by lying on a beach.

So, what the industry provides will not change. How it does so will be the product of the transition period. It is possible that consumers may develop a taste for under-visited domestic tourism locations. We may see a fashion for wearing face masks. Queues may look longer. There will be resistance to destinations and types of tourism that were associated with Covid-19. Some companies, crippled by the current crisis, will struggle to survive. We will undoubtedly see some spectacularly eye-catching prices to kick-start demand. It will be a golden period for the fast-moving entrepreneur.

Debbie Hindle, chief executive travel Four Communications
After any crisis people initially look to the reassurance of the familiar and the known. So once people can start travelling again, we expect strong domestic and regional travel to neighbouring countries.

But we’re also expected a strong surge of repeat travel to longer-haul destinations as people look to go back to places that have good memories, friends or family.  So past guests will be a very important target audience for all travel organisations.

In the short-term we know that holiday search interest was 40% down in March and we expect those deferred travel searches will be pushed into summer.

We’re also seeing a clear current rise in 2021 related travel searches as people look to escape next year, so long-term advance planning could become much more important for brands and destinations in the future.

Carrie Kwik, executive director Europe for the Singapore Tourism Board
We expect that the initial travel sentiment after Covid-19 will be one of caution.

However, there will also be pent-up demand for travel and a keenness to explore the world again once things settle down and travellers feel safe.

Hence, destinations like Singapore, which can show how we are keeping our community and visitors safe will help to instil confidence in travelling amongst our future visitors.

In Singapore, we have always valued our reputation as a safe destination with a high level of cleanliness.

We recently launched SG Clean, a certification programme to rally business establishments across Singapore – including our tourism and lifestyle establishments – to take all the necessary precautions to get certified as ‘SG Clean’.

This will also be a signal to future visitors that our attractions, hotels, restaurants and bars are providing a safe environment for all to enjoy.

The urge to reconnect with friends and loved ones after a long separation is also a strong motivator for travel. We will continue to welcome both new and repeat visitors to ignite their passion for exploration and come together to celebrate life’s important moments in Singapore.

Amanda Hills, president MMGY Hills Balfour Europe and Middle East
Given the unique nature of COVID-19, it is an interesting process to predict the longer term future impact on consumer behaviour and sentiment towards travel.

What we do know from previous crisis experience is that the UK and Europe house some of the world’s most resilient markets, with consumers who both bounce-back quickly, and are long accustomed to travelling overseas for both leisure and business travel.

We see opportunities across the sector for brands and destinations that are brave now and continue the conversation with their customers in this important planning and inspiration phase of the consumer booking process.

We see further growth potential for the wellness sector and nature breaks as a result of consumers both needing a holiday after a period of intense stress, but also as a result of pausing and resetting, reconsidering and recalibrating as to what is important in their lives.

Consumers will emerge from this having redefined their comfort zones, and this could lead to a surge for off the beaten track, final frontier travel and ‘YOLO’ type adventures, as travellers seek braver, life affirming trips.

The industry needs to be ready with value added offers and packages that can launch as soon as the travel pause is safely lifted.

Avi Meir, TravelPerk co-founder & CEO

Even when lockdowns in Europe are over and we start to travel again, countries will test [for Covid-19] at the border. Some countries will not even take the chance of testing at the border. Especially if you’re coming from an outbreak hotspot.

Entrance will be refused unless you have a certificate of immunity due to the fact that you’ve recovered from an infection or because you’ve been vaccinated (once there’s vaccines available).

Wristbands with barcodes like those in the movie Contagion are a very real prospect.

“Certainly, in the short-term, travel will become more defined by purpose. Any business travel will need to be strictly validated as an economic activity, with companies tightening the numbers of employees who travel for them.

This may mean temporary visas and more documentation that you’ll need to take with you when travelling.

A very influential paper from Imperial College London speculates that governments will need to turn lockdown measures on and off in order to keep demands on healthcare systems at a manageable level.

This means there will be windows of opportunity to travel that last only weeks or even days.

Even with airlines desperate to get airborne again, seats will be limited and we could see dramatic increases in pricing during those windows.

Along with hand sanitizer travel packs, it’s a pretty easy prediction to make that a lot more people will travel with masks.

In the same way that companies like Away have made luxury, fashionable travel baggage, we will most likely see ‘desirable’ travel masks worn by Instagram influencers.

Even those who have recovered from Covid-19, and have built up immunity (if the virus doesn’t mutate too much) won’t want to travel with a cold.

The current situation and the conviction with which the world is adopting social distancing will make it socially unacceptable to travel with a cold or any symptoms.

The looks you will get if you cough or sneeze at an airport or on a plane will be scathing. I predict that social stigma will put a lot of people off, resulting in the potential for more no-shows on travel days.

Domestic travel will recover first (there’s no border control) and for most countries that means taking a train. Not only will we be able to get back on tracks (ha, a pun) first, we’ll also be more secure about it.

Trains are less crowded, have windows that open, and also are much more environmentally friendly. Once the lockdowns we see in Europe now are lifted, I predict people will rush to take a train, just because they can.

Once we’re flying again, airlines will start boasting about their filtration systems. Some have already started emailing customers about their current systems in a bid to stop people cancelling.

By the end of the year, it’ll be a question many people will be asking—how safe is the air onboard?


One in four Brits has already booked a flight or holiday for when the coronavirus crisis is over.

According to a Holiday Extras poll of 1,000 people, carried out earlier this week, 75% of respondents believe they will take a holiday this year.

More than one in five who have travelled within the last three months said they’d be on the first plane the government deems safe.

The poll comes as airlines, including Jet2.com and easyJet, launch their flight scheduled for winter 2020/21.

“What people get from booking a holiday isn’t just the holiday itself – it’s planning it and looking forward to it – and now more than ever people have time to make plans and need something to look forward to as soon as this is all over,” said Seamus McCauley, head of communications at Holiday Extras.

“Airlines bringing their winter schedules forward so that people can book now is sensible for those looking ahead to the end of the current crisis. It also gives everyone something to look forward to. I expect the first thing people will want to do when all of this is over, is hop on a plane and get right back to seeing the world.”

Holiday Extras is offering free cancellations for all bookings and has launched a new special offer where customers can buy airport parking or airport lounge access and get £10 of free holiday spending money on a Caxton currency card, to use in one of 14 currencies.


The Hotel Tres Torres faces the Santa Eulalia del Río Sporting Marina, 14.5 km from the city of Ibiza. There is an outdoor pool, and all of the rooms have a private balcony.

The Tres Torres offers spacious, air conditioned rooms with modern private bathrooms and TVs. Some rooms have sea views.

There is a free internet point and the front desk is open 24 hours a day.

The hotel is close to the center of Santa Eulalia, within a 10 minute walk of a range of restaurants and bars.


Santa Eulalia Ferry provide a regular ferry service, an alternative option to urban transport with departures every hour between the quays of Ibiza, Santa Eulalia, Es Canar and Cala Llonga.

There are also various daily departures from Cala Pada and Es Figueral.

Panoramic views of the coast of Ibiza, traffic-free and stress-free, surrounded by nature and pure fresh air. At Santa Eulalia Ferry we connect these 6 points of the Ibiza coast by sea, with a wide range of single and return trips.

The departures leave Ibiza in the morning and Formentera in the afternoon. We have been doing this for more than 45 years for tourists to visit Formentera in the most convenient and simple way.

If you are spending your holidays in Ibiza and your hotel or residence is in this area, you can probably walk to the departure point.

Check out their Website HERE


Luggage guide below, shows a list of airlines in alphabetical order to make it easier for you.

Simply scroll down to see the airlines you regularly travel with and their hand baggage allowances (both size, weight and number of bags available).

Aegean Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Aegean Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Air Serbia Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air Serbia Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Algerie Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Algerie Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

“Avianca
Avianca Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

“Azul
Azerbaijan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 24cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Aer Lingus Hand Baggage Restrictions
Aer Lingus Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 24cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Aeroflot Hand Baggage Restrictions
Aeroflot Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

AeroMexico Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
AeroMexico Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

“Air
Air Armenia Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

AirAsia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
AirAsia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Air Astana Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air Astana Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Air Baltic Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air Baltic Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Air Canada Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air Canada Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Air China Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air China Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Air Europa Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air Europa Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Air France Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air France Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 12kgs

Malta Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Malta Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Mauritius Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Mauritius Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Air New Zealand Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air New Zealand Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Air Nostrum Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air Nostrum Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Air Seychelles Hand Baggage Restrictions
Air Seychelles Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Transat Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Transat Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
51cm x 40cm x 23cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Alaska Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Alaska Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
61cm x 43cm x 25cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

Alitalia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Alitalia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

American Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
American Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

American Eagle Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
American Eagle Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

ANA Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
ANA Airlines Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Arik Air Hand Baggage Restrictions
Arik Air Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 12kgs

Asiana Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Asiana Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Atlasjet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Atlasjet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Aurigny Air Hand Baggage Restrictions
Aurigny Air Hand Baggage Restrictions:
48cm x 36cm x 20cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Austrian Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Austrian Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Bangkok Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Bangkok Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 5kgs

Bangladesh Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Bangladesh Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

“Belavia
Belavia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
50cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Blue Air Hand Baggage Restrictions
Blue Air Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

“Bluebird
Bluebird Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
51cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Blue Islands Hand Baggage Restrictions
Blue Islands Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

British Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
British Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 23kgs

Brussels Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Brussels Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 12kgs

Bulgaria Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Bulgaria Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Cathay Pacific Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Cathay Pacific Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Cebu Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Cebu Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

China Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
China Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

China Eastern Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
China Eastern Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

China Southern Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
China Southern Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

“Condor
Condor Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Copa Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Copa Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Croatia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Croatia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Czech Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Czech Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 12kgs

Delta Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Delta Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 35cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

DragonAir Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
DragonAir Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 35cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 5kgs

easyJet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
easyJet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: No weight restriction

ELAL Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
ELAL Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Emirates Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Emirates Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Endeavour Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Endeavour Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

Ethiopian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Ethiopian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bags & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 12kgs

Etihad Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Etihad Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
50cm x 40cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Eurowings Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Eurowings Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
57cm x 54cm x 15cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

EVA Air Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
EVA Air Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Fiji Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Fiji Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Finnair Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Finnair Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

First Choice Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
First Choice Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Frontier Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Frontier Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
60cm x 40cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 15kgs

FlyBe Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
FlyBe Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm x 20cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Garuda Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Garuda Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

German Wings Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
German Wings Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Gol Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Gol Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 23kgs

Hainan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Hainan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Hawaiian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Hawaiian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Hong Kong Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Hong Kong Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Iberia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Iberia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Iceland Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Iceland Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Indigo Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Indigo Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

InterJet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
InterJet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

“Iran
Iran Air Hand Baggage Restrictions:
50cm x 35cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 5kgs

Jet2 Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Jet2 Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Jet Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Jet Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Jetblue Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Jetblue Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Jetstar Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Jetstar Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Kenya Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Kenya Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Kingfisher Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Kingfisher Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Juneyao Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Juneyao Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

KLM Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
KLM Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 12kgs

Korean Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Korean Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Kulula Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Kulula Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

LAN Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
LAN Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Latam Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Latam Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 35cm 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Lion Air Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Lion Air Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
23 x 34 x 48 cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

LOT Polish Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
LOT Polish Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Lufthansa Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Lufthansa Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Luxair Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Luxair Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Mango Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Mango Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

“Middle
Middle East Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 40cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Norwegian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Norwegian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Oman Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Oman Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
51cm x 41cm x 23cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Open Skies Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Open Skies Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
51cm x 41cm x 23cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 23kgs

Pakistan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Pakistan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 38cm x 22cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 20kgs

Peach Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Peach Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Philippine Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Philippine Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Porter Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Porter Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 9kgs

Qatar Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Qatar Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
50cm x 40cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Quantas Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Quantas Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Royal Brunei Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Royal Brunei Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Royal Jordanian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Royal Jordanian Hand Baggage Restrictions:
51cm x 41cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Royal Maroc Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Royal Maroc Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

RyanAir Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
RyanAir Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
Allowance: 1 Bag + 1 Personal Item (Priority Boarding only)
Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

SAS Scandinavian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Scandinavian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Saudi Arabian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Saudi Arabian Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Scoot Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Scoot Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
54cm x 38cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Shenzhen Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Shenzhen Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 5kgs

Singapore Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Singapore Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

>Skywest Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Skywest Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 35cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

South African Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
South African Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Southwest Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Southwest Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
60cm x 40cm x 25cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

SpiceJet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
SpiceJet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Spirit Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Spirit Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 46cm x 25cm
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

Sri Lankan Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Sri Lankan Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 38cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Sun Express Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Sun Express Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 6kgs

Swiss Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Swiss Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

TAAG Angola Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
TAAG Angola Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

TAP Portugal Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
TAP Portugal Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Tarom Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Tarom Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Thai Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Thai Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Thomas Cook Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Thomas Cook Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 6kgs

Thomson Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Thomson Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

TianJin Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
TianJin Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 5kgs

Tiger Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Tiger Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
54cm x 38cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Titan Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions
Titan Airways Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 5kgs

TUI Fly Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
TUI Fly Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 6kgs

Tunisair Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Tunisair Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Turkish Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Turkish Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Turkmenistan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Turkmenistan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
50cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Ukraine Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Ukraine Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

United Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
United Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 35cm x 22cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

Uzbekistan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Uzbekistan Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: No weight restriction

Vanilla Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Vanilla Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 8kgs

Vietnam Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Vietnam Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Virgin America Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Virgin America Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
61cm x 41cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

Virgin Atlantic Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Virgin Atlantic Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 36cm x 23cm  
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Virgin Australia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Virgin Australia Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
48cm x 34cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Virgin Blue Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Virgin Blue Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
48cm x 34cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 7kgs

Vuelin Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Vuelin Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 20cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

Westjet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Westjet Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
53cm x 38cm x 23cm
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: None

Wizz Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
Wizz Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
55cm x 40cm x 23cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Bag
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 10kgs

WOW Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions
WOW Airlines Hand Baggage Restrictions:
56cm x 45cm x 25cm 
No. of Cabin Bags Allowed: 1 Cabin Bag & 1 Personal Item
Hand Luggage Weight Limit: 23kgs


Old Santa Eulalia photos captures what it was like before we invaded the island and made it what it is today.

See if you can recognize any of the places.

The photos below were found on websites and social media, anyone claiming copyright to any please contact us HERE

Please note: We are updating this post with more photos, please call back.

Road to Siesta

The Puig de Missa from The 4 Pinos

Hotel La Cala

The River - No, Mariners Bar

What Hotel?

Old Town Hall

Living up the Puig de Missa

Old Town Hall & Fountain

Sunday Best

Estaques Beach

Buenavista Hotel

Before the Port

The River

Aerial View

The First Marina & Ferry Port

The old Cannon Square from the 'Top Hat' bar.

Es Canar Beach (Before Hotel Miami) ?

The old Town Hall Fountain

The Old Foot Bridge

The Ses Estaques


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Click Cocktail Bar

Take a stroll down the Restaurant street, you will come across one of the most popular cocktail bars in Santa Eulalia Town.

It’s difficult to miss it with the tall tables outside and cosy little bar inside, which is a regular haunt for the locals in the winter.

In the summer season this bar is very popular with tourists, when you have a bar in the very capable hands of hosts Tamsyn and Alain who are always around to make your visit not only interesting but very enjoyable.

Here you will find a huge selection of delicious cocktails to choose from all made from top branded products, or you can just enjoy your usual favorite cool drink.

For anyone needing a bite to eat while out drinking there are really tasty snacks on offer from Click’s all night snacks menu.

Situated in the famous restaurant street it’s the perfect place to meet and people watch while having a nice chill-out drink in a superb atmospheric destination where you can mix with locals and other tourist who have been frequenting Bar Click for many years.

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Mirage Bar & Restaurant

We are situated on the port of Santa Eulalia del Rio, serving quality food and drinks all day from 08.30.hrs in the morning starting with a super English breakfast.

Mirage is quite simply put, ‘the place’ to go in Santa Eulalia for an array of excellent & tasty food dishes.

The best live entertainment, and a fantastic selection of both classic & unique cocktails exclusively made by us!

When the sun starts to go down in the evening its cabaret time, when everything comes alive and you know a fantastic time awaits you.

Seven nights of the week at 22.00.hrs the shows begin with lots of cabaret acts.

Only the best live performers & vocalists from around the island are on the Mirage entertainment schedule.

Mirage even fly in Europe’s finest tribute artistes twice a week – every Tuesday & Thursday!

Be warned these nights are busy!

Get there early for a seat.

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Can Xarc Restaurant

We have one of the best locations in Ibiza with a beautiful beach on one side and the river of Santa Eulalia on the other.

The area outside make it a very nice dining out experience for everyone including families and large groups with children.

Great choice of different dishes are available but specialising in Grilled Fish and Meat all cooked in and on a wood fired oven or grill.

This is very pleasant destination for people who just want to sit and chill-out with a nice cool drink and take in all the views across the bay of Santa Eulalia Town.

This venue is very popular for large groups, functions and wedding parties and certain night of the week in summer season there is Live Music!

Quality food is served from midday till midnight.

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Royalty

This famous bar is situated in the centre of the Santa Eulalia del Rio with a fantastic terrace covered by comfortable seating where you can see everything that’s going on in town.

One of the best and most used meeting places where everybody can see the hustle & bustle while people watching.

Also known as a real poser’s paradise and possible one of the most famous Cafeteria’s in the town.

A real sun spot from mid-morning till the sun goes down which makes the royalty a perfect place to Chill-Out.

When the suns gone down this hotspot comes alive with atmosphere, there is traditional decor and classy lighting and on certain days of the week, live music.

When in Ibiza it’s a must visit, they are open all years round.

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San Martino Restaurant

We give everyone a special dining out experience and provide a top quality authentic Italian food at sensible prices.

We only use fresh produce sourced locally, using only the finest ingredients and traditional recipes from Naples ensuring you will be able to taste the difference here.

Traditional Neapolitan Pizza, delicious pastas, colourful salads, gorgeous desserts.

There is going to be something here that represents our promise of quality and it’s got your name on it!

To reserve your table please telephone: + 34 971 332271.

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Kalissol Bar & Restaurant

Our restaurant has been serving super quality Mediterranean cuisine in our spectacular location next to the fountain on the promenade of Santa Eulalia del Rio.

Run by expert caterers Rod & Sophie Ellington and their team who have built up a fantastic reputation for quality food and service.

Clients frequent us on a regular basis to take advantage of the excellent choice of dishes and quality in the service and the sensible prices.

Take a seat in one of our comfortable chairs and watch the World go by, take in the views across beach and sea people watch while you enjoy our delicious food and fancy drinks.

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