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I am looking for Easyjet hand luggage weight limit. As far as I remember they don't have one. I found a few blogs stating the same. I also checked their website and I didn't find any reference. Is there a limit?

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There is a mention that there is no weight restriction on the Cabin baggage unless they impose it separately per flight.

20.3.1 passengers are permitted one piece of Cabin Baggage which must comply with the following criteria:

• the maximum dimensions of the Cabin Baggage may not be any larger than 56x45x25cm (including wheels, pockets and handles). However, due to restrictions on available space in the aircraft cabin on many busy Flights, We reserve the right to place any Cabin Baggage in the hold which is bigger than 50x40x20cm (including handles, pockets and wheels), (See Cabin Baggage FAQ)

• all Cabin Baggage must easily fit within the size dimensions of the Baggage size gauges provided at our Bag Drop desks at the airport and at the departure gates.

• no weight restriction applies to the one item of Cabin Baggage within reasonable limits - i.e. a passenger must be able to place and retrieve the one item of Cabin Baggage safely in the overhead storage lockers without assistance. On occasion it may be necessary to impose a weight limit for operational reasons. In this instance Your Cabin Baggage will be placed in the aircraft hold at no additional charge provided You have complied with all applicable Baggage requirements and limitations contained in Our Terms and Conditions.

• any handbag, briefcase and/or laptop bag must be carried within the allowance of one permitted piece of Cabin Baggage.

• an overcoat, shawl, umbrella or walking stick and one bag of goods purchased after You have cleared the security screening point at the departure airport may also be carried in addition to the allowance of one item of Cabin Baggage.

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