At City Airport Bremen, baggage receives just as much attention as the passengers. We have compiled all the relevant information for you here in compact form.
Lockers can be found in the entrance area of the P1 car park. Depending on size, baggage items can be stored for between € 1 and € 2 per 24-hour period commenced.
The following EU security rules apply to your cabin baggage:
At the security check-in points, passengers and their
cabin baggage are checked for any prohibited items and also for
liquids. This does not apply to liquids that are purchased in shops behind the security check-in points or on board an aircraft operated by an EU airline.
Only a limited amount of fluid is permitted in your cabin baggage. No individual container may have a larger capacity than 100 ml. All containers must be placed in a transparent recloseable plastic bag with a volume not exceeding 1 litre. Only one bag per passenger is permitted. You can buy the sealable plastic bags at the check-in counter in Terminal 1 or from Ryanair in Terminal E.
To help speed up air security checks:
- show all liquids at the security control.
- take off coats and jackets – these are subjected to separate X-ray checks.
- remove any laptops and similar electrical devices from your cabin baggage – these are likewise subjected to separate X-ray checks.
Good to know:
- Pack any liquids in your checked baggage – the rules above apply only to cabin baggage.
- Medicines and special nutrition (e.g. baby food) required during the flight may be carried in your cabin baggage, and do not have to be sealed in the plastic bag required for liquids. However, such articles must be shown to the security personnel.
- These rules do not apply to liquids (beverages, perfumes, etc.) bought in Travel Value and duty-free shops behind the security control in an EU airport, or on board aircraft of an EU airline.
In case of doubt, enquiries should be made with the airline or the travel agency before you travel.
You are requested to cooperate with airline staff and
air security personnel.
The above is a summary of essential information in EC Regulation
1546/2006. Only the text of the Regulation is authoritative.
If you intend to fly with oversize baggage, please contact your travel agency or the AHS baggage handling company (see below) before you travel.
Day-before baggage check-in
The following airlines offer baggage check-in on the evening before the flight: Lufthansa, Air Berlin, XL Airways and Sun-Express.
For details, please refer to Day-before check-in
Lost Luggage / Lost & Found
If your luggage or any other items are lost or damaged in transit, please contact a staff member at the relevant airline as soon as you arrive.
Address your enquiries to:
Lufthansa Baggage Callcenter: 01805 747 402
or via E-Mail: brellahs-de.com
AHS (for all other airlines): +49 (0) 421 5595 848
or via E-Mail: brellahs-de.com
KLM/AIRFRANCE: +49 180 6150 990
Hazardous items in cabin baggage
As a basic rule, you are not allowed to carry in your hand luggage any dangerous objects that might cause injury to other persons. These include sharp or pointed items such as scissors, nail files, knives or fireworks. A detailed list of prohibited items on flights has been published by the German Transport Ministry under bmvbs.
Limits on the number and weight of baggage items are defined individually by all airlines. In many cases, the dimensions of the cabin baggage item must not exceed 56 x 45 x 25 cm (smaller dimensions may apply in some cases).
When purchasing your ticket, obtain information from the airline about your baggage allowance. Please note any details on your ticket about permitted weights.
At Ryanair the current limits are: baggage 15 kg or 20kg, cabin baggage 10 kg.
Please direct any telephone enquires to:
KLM: Tel. +49 (0) 1805 214 201
Lufthansa: Tel. 01805 747 402
AHS (baggage handling service): Tel. +49 421 552 035