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Yes, the regulations did change both in the US and in Europe. There is an older question about using a Kindle on flights, where I recently added an answer explaining the change of rules of both the FAA and the EASA. For your specific case with Swiss, the change by the EASA is responsible. Their press release states: The EU's Aviation Safety Agency ...
Airlines tickets usually report the amount of allowed checked baggages. Hand luggages are usually taken for granted. However, in this particular case, the Swissair website says: When you travel with SWISS, we will transport a certain amount of your baggage free of charge for you. The quantity and weight of this free baggage is clearly defined, and vary ...
It means that you are allowed to check in one piece of luggage free of charge (as long as it isn't over the maximum allowed weight and size). Carry-on luggage is separate. For most airlines you are allowed two pieces of carry on. One that will fit in the overhead compartment and another that will fit under the seat in front of you.
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