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FIM NEWSLETTER of 25 January 2021
Instruments aboard planes: Easyjet toughens up on its rules

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On 10 February 2021, Easyjet is planning to implement new rules for transporting music instruments aboard its aircraft.

Currently, an Easyjet passenger can keep an instrument aboard as hand luggage, provided the dimensions do not exceed 30x120x38 cm. More favourable than on most other European airlines, these limits placed Easyjet up to now as one of the rare companies on the continent offering musicians acceptable conditions for transporting their instruments (North American-based companies have for several years applied even more favourable provisions).
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