When recently I was traveling on Condor I had opted for check-in at the counter since I had to drop a bag as well. The agent first weighted my hold luggage and then my carry-on together with the hold luggage, to then apply a "approved cabin baggage" tag to my carry-on.
Q: What is the standard procedure for size/weight controls of cabin luggage on Condor?
I am confused since I might as well have chosen to have a mobile or self-printed boarding pass and fly without hold luggage, in which case I never would have gotten the tag. Also neither at the gate nor when accessing the plane, did anyone seem to care about cabin luggage or the tags. Finally, the agent checking me in did check and tag my carry-on only after me asking her about it, and they recuperated my hold bag in order to do so, therefore the standard procedure seems to include weighing cabin and hold luggage together.
I am hoping for a general answer, but in case that turns out too broad, then the above happened at Naples airport (NAP). I am already aware of official luggage rules and only interested in the standard practice at the airport.