- Aug 13, 2014
- Honolulu, HI
- Real Name
On the carry-on chart website I linked earlier, they say that Easyjet allows personal items only on certain fare types and lists the max dimension of a personal item (under the seat) in the last column. This is similar to what other airlines have posted.
EasyJet Airline All 56 x 45 x 25 cm
22 x 17.7 x 9.8 in
Undisclosed Only with certain fare types.
45 x 36 x 20 cm
17.7 x 14.2 x 7.8 in
BTW, if you're going to use a "personal item" bag for your gear, please note that the max dimensions they give do not account for the contortions you have to make to get the bag to go under the seat. On some planes, there is so little room between the front of your seat and the seat back ahead, that getting a bag to go in and then to angle it to slide under the seat takes some doing. It's probably best not to use a bag that's close to the max size limits, to give yourself a little leeway to maneuver it to where it needs to go. Of course, if there is overhead space available, that's not an issue. Before the pandemic, it was sometimes very difficult to find enough overhead space to even put my roller carry-on bag because everybody else was stuffing those bins with oversize bags. On some flights, I had to gate check my roller bag, because some planes had really small overhead bins. I had to make sure my personal item bag would actually fit under the seat. Maybe nowadays, planes aren't so crowded. Wish you luck.