RelatedTravel Light: how to pack with hand luggage (carry-on) onlyWhy travel light? The pros of taking hand luggage only.Monarch luggage rules explained and how to maximise your cabin baggage allowanceMonarch has been placed into administration and all Monarch search results have been removed from Skyscanner. You can find more information and advice here.easyJet cabin luggage explained and how to maximise your hand baggage allowanceDon’t get caught out by easyJet hand luggage allowances; here are the latest baggage restrictions, plus a few tips on how to avoid paying cabin bag fees: Don’t turn up to the airport dragging a suitcase the size of a small car; learn the art of travelling light.Remember most things can be bought at your destination if forgotten, so as long as you have your passport, wallet and the clothes on your back, the chances are, everything will be ok.Why travel light? Because it’s:Cheaper – at the moment, airlines don’t charge for hand luggage, but with the cost of checking in baggage as much £40 per return flight, careful packing can save you a packet. Faster – if you check-in online, there’s no need to stand in lengthy check-in queues – just head straight through to security. Plus, there’s no need to wait for your bags to be spat out on the carousel at the other end, just get off the plane and walk straight out of the airport.Easier – one bag means less luggage to lug around and less chance of your luggage getting lost, damaged or stolen.Want to know more? Read Skyscanner’s advice articles:The One Bag Challenge: packing with hand luggage onlyLight Packing for LadiesSee more Travel TipsReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map Do you really need that extra pair of shoes, the hair dryer and that second jacket? Probably not.