Never pack this in hand luggage to beat @Ryanair & @easyJet rules

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RYANAIR and easyJet flights both have very strict hand luggage rules for plane passengers. While carry on baggage restrictions are in place on many airlines, these two popular budget airlines have recently clamped down on how much travellers can bring into the cabin for free.

PUBLISHED: 19:02, Fri, Nov 8, 2019 | UPDATED: 19:22, Fri, Nov 8, 2019

hand luggage easyjet flights ryanair cabin baggage liquids toiletriesHand luggage: Strict carry on baggage rules can prove infuriating to holidaymakers (Image: Getty Images)

Ryanair and easyJet only offer their customers a limited amount of hand luggage on flights. These strict carry on baggage rules can prove infuriating to holidaymakers. For those wanting to keep costs low and just travel with hand luggage, the restrictions can make packing tricky.

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Globetrotters need to be very careful with what they do and do not pack in their carry on bags.

Packing certain items could catch plane passengers out and result in the hand luggage allowance being exceeded.

Liquids, in particular, can be very difficult indeed as there are very strict rules for these.

Travellers can only bring liquids under 100ml and then must all fit in one small, sealed plastic bag.

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hand luggage easyjet flights ryanair cabin baggage liquids toiletriesHand luggage: Travellers can only bring liquids under 100ml and then must all fit in a plastic bag (Image: Getty Images)

Consequently, it’s important to be savvy when including liquids in carry on luggage.

Adam Ewart, founder of luggage shipping company Send My Bag, has shared his top packing tips to help passengers.

Ryanair and easyJet passengers should

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