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I am travelling on Air France and my ticket is: Baggage allowance > 1 PC.

I don`t know what that means?
Just one package on the plan or one package on the plan and one in my hand?

I am travelling for work and I have my laptop bag.

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    Have you attempted to read what AirFrance writes? If there's anything unclear, edit your question with more details. – vidarlo Feb 2 at 10:34
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    1PC = 1 Piece. 1 Checked bag. – Hanky Panky Feb 2 at 11:38
  • Hand luggage or cabin baggage comes on top, usually one small case and a laptop bag, but do check your ticket or the website of the airline. – Willeke Feb 2 at 16:40
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There should be a generic answer for this as we have multiple times the same question for different airlines: Swiss, JetStar and SAS.

The meaning is the same: One single piece of checked baggage is included in the ticket.

What differs between airlines are the size and weight restrictions. For Air France:

  • Checked luggage is limited to linear 158 cm / 62.2" inches. This means that the width, height and depth of you luggage must add up to at most 158cm or 62.2".

  • The maximum weight is 23 kg / 50.7 lb in Economy or Premium Economy, or 32 kg / 70.5 lb in Business and First class.

The full text of these policies are found here.

In addition to checked baggage, you are also allowed one carry-on and one personal item. Most laptop bags fit under the personal item category which are restricted to 40 x 30 x 15 cm / 16 x 12 x 6 in and specifically state bag for a notebook computer, camera or any other electronic device. The allowed carry-on can be up to 55 x 35 x 25 cm / 21.7 x 13.8 x 9.9 in and has a generous 12kg weight limit.

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